As part of our rich tradition, we regularly reintroduce patterns from our archive. Our selection of Archival Drapery includes:
A winning design from a 1972 international student exhibition, Cyclone has a hand-woven quality that is light, refined and elegant.
Created by painter and industrial designer Ross Littell in 1958, Mira makes a strong graphic and color statement in a printed sheer drapery.
German designer Wolf Bauer created Nova in 1969, as part of a group of drapery fabrics that married organic patterns with classic modernism. For drapery use.
Designed by Suzanne Huguenin in 1963, Quartet is printed in repeats of four one-foot wide horizontal bands of color. For drapery use. Images and samples shown Railroaded.
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