A collection of textiles that are reminiscent of nature in its true habitat: animal skins, floral, botanicals, and textures.
See the entire collection of these nature-inspired fabrics and trimmings and adventure with us to new, unexplored possibilities.
Inspired by the retro feel of Havana, this linen brings the playful, tropical feel of the Cuban rainforest with exotic flowers and monkeys in palm trees.
Pictured in Citrus Mint and also available in White Sierra.
A lightweight printed linen: a palm leaf native to the rainforest in Queensland and New South Wales in Australia, and grows in area that receive heavy rain.
Available in Diamond.
A printed botanical velvet, Borneo is named after the third largest island on earth, and home to one of the oldest rainforests in the world.
Pictured in Berry Lush and also available in these additional colors: Aqualine and Jewel Blue.
Blooming water lilies contrasting vibrant pink flamingos printed on linen. The name "flamingo" comes from the Portuguese flamengo - meaning flame colored.
Available in Flama.
A bouclé jacquard emulating vines via its stripe-like pattern.
Pictured in Ebony and also available in these additional colors: Birch, Denim, Light Aqua, and Oatmeal.
This silk jacquard offers a rich contrast of shades, complimenting a large floral design.
Pictured in Bluejade and also available in Ice and Gold Citrine.
A kaleidoscope inspired skin in cool, updated colors.
Pictured in Mint and also available in these additional colors: Onyx and Blue.
This beautifully painted print is inspired by the expansive formal gardens of the Philbrook Mansion, the home of Wade Phillips an oil tycoon who built his business in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Available in Garden.
Meaning white lands, El Yunque is located in north-eastern Puerto Rico and is the only tropical rainforest in the US National Forest System.
Inspired by tropical rainforest, this vibrant print is reflective of Puerto Rico's biological diversity and flourishing ecosystem.
Available in Verdant.
An animal dot skin printed on a luxurious silk.
Pictured in Onyx Dot and also available in these additional colors: Mink Burgundy and White Truffle.
The parallel lines of this full-coverage embroidery, ranging in thickness, evokes glimpses of haphazardly plowed fields of earth viewed from an airplane window high above the ground.
Each of the five colorways possess a lovely depth of color nuanced by the shapes and shadows created by the embroidered construction.
Pictured in Ash and also available in these additional colors: Cloud, Eucalyptus, Fog, and Storm.
Intriguing in its rawness, String Theory delights with its snaking coarse rope of jute that is stitched down by a zigzag of white that clumps over the tight turns of the cord’s movement and meanders loosely along the straightaways – all this atop a natural linen tape.
Available in Linen.
Thousands of hand-painted and textured paillettes (sequins) have been lined up and knotted onto a 2 3/4" linen tape.
The knots made of yellow and green combine with the subtle multi-color, painted paillettes, creating an overall alluring trim that works with so many more fabrics than might initially be imagined.
Available in Kaleidoscope.