The patterns express the diversity of the locales they are named for and include Irving, which references the tailored men’s suits of London; Marin, reflecting the coastal colours and sunset views seen in the coastal Northern California region; and Woodstock, combining ancient Japanese Shibori techniques and American tie-dye. Many of the patterns are also offered as drapery panels.
Comprised of 12 patterns in over 50 colourways, the Coast to Coast textiles collection of upholstery fabrics by Fil Doux takes inspiration from popular travel destinations across the globe. Made from the textile mill’s proprietary Experience Blend, each pattern features 20 per cent cotton wrapped around an 80 per cent polyester core.
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