5 Labyrinth Inspired Fabrics & Trims

5 Labyrinth Inspired Fabrics & Trims

August 03, 2016

1. Labyrinth fabric [above] by Clarence House.

Clarence House was founded in 1961 by New York interior designer Robin Roberts on the premise that design integrity was a goal that could be achieved

through uncompromising artistry and technical quality. [Courtesy of Clarence House]

 

Add a "Bohemian" style to your bedroom with a pillow from the Tahiti fabric [below] by Cowtan & Tout. One beautifully tailored bespoke pillow, in a gorgeous fabric on 

fresh white sheets with a complimentary trim will create an extrodinary new look.

The Labyrinth fabric, at top, is in the color "Antique" and "Green" below, has a 100% Silk Pile with a Cotton Ground. The two colors would pair beautifully with the fabric Tahiti

by Cowtan & Tout

Cowtan & Tout offers tradition in fabrics and trimmings that are reinterpreted modern classics for an American point of view.

The Labyrinth fabric is offered in eleven colorways by Clarence House.

Labyrinth by Clarence House
2. Labyrinth [above] by Clarence House in Green.

Tahiti by Cowtan & Tout  

 

3. Schumacher offers a beautiful Appliqué [above] in Linen for custom pillows, drapery or a sofa skirt. Linen Pillow above in Bone with Bleu Marine Appliqué and piping are available in 22" square and 14" x 20" with feather down inserts. Inquire for pricing & purchase.

4. Labyrinth Tape in "Ruby" [above] by Schumacher.

5. During my last trip to New York, I visited Samuel & Sons flagship showroom next to the D&D building. I was greeted by their recent collection: The Labyrinth Border [above] - available in 19 colors.

"Samuel & Sons Passementerie has long been a coveted source for the finest quality trimmings such as tassels, borders, braids, gimp and fringes by interior designers and architects throughout the world."  [courtesy of Samuel & Son's Heritage] 

The sheets featured above are from Legacy Linens and are available in several colors and trims. 

 Change up your space with a new fabric or trim inspired by this ancient Greek pattern.

 



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