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Fabrics Inspired by Nature
Wildflowers The elements found in nature are profoundly beautiful and have been inspiring artists throughout the ages. The art of textile design for fabrics, used for upholstery and window treatments, enables us to move the outdoors into our interior environment and celebrate all the subtleties of nature's beauty. Whether it's simply repeating a biomorphic sea scene or capturing the pattern of amazing wildlife, we can enjoy our commitment to the environment through an exotic yet meaningful expression.
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Thomas Paul 2
Thomas Paul 2
from Duralee
Wavelength
Wavelength
from Oliveira Textiles
Isabella
Isabella
from Jane Churchill
Chestnut Branches
Chestnut Branches
from Joel Dewberry
China Lilly
China Lilly
from Jim Thompson
Calypso
Calypso
from Manuel Canovas
Sunbrella Hop
Sunbrella Hop
from Alaxi
Hydrangea
Hydrangea
from Barbara Beckmann
Polly
Polly
from Clarence House
Kimono
Kimono
from Monkwell
Central Park
Central Park
from Designers Guild
Lilypad
Lilypad
from Hable Construction
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