Its layered pattern moves the eye along a gentle rhythm of curves and swells that mimic ripples from a pebble tossed in the water.
Uniform yet organic. The rectangular elements of Decked Out hint at a Bauhaus-influenced design, yet the geometry is purposely unstructured.
Inspired by the Bauhaus masters and their approach to weaving. Explore the craft of weaving through color, structure and box motion.
Popcorn is bursting with bright saturated colors and flavored with supporting neutrals, adding a pop of color to traditional spaces.
Rogue is a bold free-spirited pattern that offers adventurous color and simplicity. Suitable for upholstery or wrapped panel applications.
Dense, compact dots create an overall pattern reminiscent of chagrin. When viewed from afar, you can see a shadow of a square pattern.
Tatami explores the geometric subtleties of Asian architectural elements from traditional tatami matted floors to shoji partitions.
Reminiscent of geometric designs from 60s fashion, this circular pattern plays off the signature Op Art style made famous by Bridget Riley.