The newest addition to Kravet Fabric is this earthy and vibrant collection of bohemian and morocco inspired textiles. Gathering from local and off shore locations, this unique curation of prints can find a soft spot in anybody’s home. Some strong focal points of the collection include clay tones such as brick, bronze, and touches of sand stone. The patterns and motifs all fall within a similar umbrella of trends and styles that make for excellent pairing and matching of fabrics. We’re going to dive into the different textiles of this collection regarding their style and use.
Patterns within the Andrew Martin collection:
Bolo is a boho inspired neutral fabric featuring faded and washed colorways that depict elephants and other structural ornate motifs.
Bomore, Cuchillas, Delphini
Bomore, Cuchillas, and Delphini use highly textured weaves in a Moroccan inspired color scheme, these multipurpose fabrics are excellent for many uses.
Friendly Folk is a fabric that portrays lightly etched trees and woodland animals between miniature blooms. In a wide variety of colors from neutrals, warms, and cools this inspired print keeps you interested.
Hedgerow uses separated motifs in a checker like formation with small motifs featuring a mixture of wild and plant life. Also available in a neutral plain for textural detail.
Using architectural motifs mixed with elephants and tapestries this bohemian fabric uses its faded details for minimal expression. For those looking for a quiet stated print with personality, Jumbo works perfectly.
In a parallel color scheme to Jumbo, Kravet Fabric’s Kongo uses minimal geometric repetition of lines in an organized pattern to add interest to this simple fabric.
Markham & Mossop
Markham is a 100% silk fabric from Kravet available in a wide variety of colors, with added new vibrant jewel tones. For those looking for an alternative, Mossop shares the majority of the same colors as Markham, but in 100% viscose with a high luster and shine.
Pelican uses highly traditional inspiration in its formations, flame stitch stripes breaking up Moroccan inspired geometric patterns. The eccentric colorways give this pattern a breathe of modern life.
This dainty and delicate pattern uses winding and twisting stems with ornate blooms and décor. The formation of the spinning looms imitates curvy stripes in a minimal way to give structure and purpose to the motifs. Available in the cooler more neutral tropical blue, or the vibrant and stated tropical yellow.
This concludes our coverage of this Kravet Couture collection. If you’d like any more information or pricing about each pattern simply click on the specified swatch. We carry all the top designer fabric brands in the industry. If you need any help with an order or fabric selection feel free to give us a call! We’re all about customer service. Alternatively, if you’re looking for something to spruce up the walls check out our Kravet Wallpaper collection. It is brimming with modern and traditional styles, a bit of something for everyone. Until next time!
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