Ikat, the ancient, universal weaving style found in many cultures, is the hot interior design trend that has dominated the Spring lines this year. Pronounced ‘ee-kaht’ it is likely the world’s oldest form of textile decorations and has recently been embraced by all the major fabric houses as a major design theme.
A stylish Ikat interpretation by Thom Filicia for Kravet Fabric
The tribal patterns vary but all share the distinctive blurred appearance and are colored in every imaginable hue
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Robert Allen creates a vibrant color scheme for their Pigment collection
Shades of blue in classic Ikat patterns
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Mr. H says: When the fabric of the universe becomes unknown, it is our duty to create weavers-Enjoy!
The Fall 2012 fabrics selections are on our shelves and color is the recurring theme in all the major collections.
Kravet teamed up with the ever optimistic designer Jonathan Adler to create a brightly colored collection of modern fabrics.
The ethnically inspired Milika collection from Lee Jofa features exotic patterns with a spicy color palette.
Confident, sumptuous and colorful are just a few words to describe Highland Courts fashion forward line by designer Laura Kirar.
Luxe glamour reigns within Maxwell Fabrics’ Studio Collections featuring a streamlined modern look with a blast of color
The Studio-Paris collection is effortlessly stylish with contemporary chenille patterns in lemon, fuchsia, lilac and orange mixed with neutrals
Developed for a retro feel, Studio-New York fabrics are saturated in deep shades of teal, magenta, plum and chocolate.
Of course, Mr. H is wild for this new look from Clarke & Clarke: cozy chenille labs!
Mr H. says: Fiction and invention are the fabric of life-Enjoy!