Habitus loves…Textiles

Symbols of status for centuries, textiles are the flavour of a home representing the personality of the owner.

16 Dec 2011

 

Delhi to Donghia

Designed by: South Pacific Fabrics

Why we love it: You cannot deny this fabric of its traditional Indian block-print feel, the colours may be a modern adaptation but it is the repeat pattern that we love.

Where you can get it:

www.southpacificfabrics.com

 

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The Girl from Ipanema


Designed by: Warwick Fabrics, Ipanema Range

Why we love it: Palm fans, bronzed bodies, OTT gold jewelry and exposing swimwear. Just a few images that come to mind when we see this amazing Cotton/Linen blend fabric.

Where you can get it:

www.warwick.com.au

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Steeling Beauty

Designed by: Woven Image, Global in Steel

Why we love it: Raw, textured, natural fabric is the look this summer. Pair it back with soft drapes, cane furniture and numerous candles for instant beach-side atmosphere.

Where you can get it:

www.wovenimage.com

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Flocking to die for

Designed by: South Pacific Fabrics, Donghia Range

Why we love it: Handcrafted from the finest materials this opulent flock rewards the consumer with instant indulgence.

Where you can get it:

www.southpacificfabrics.com

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Maverick in Hybrid


Designed by: Instyle

Why we love it: This fabric exudes luxury, the weave is durable perfect for upholstery and the colour is so rich.

Where you can get it:

www.instyle.com.au

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Sheer indulgence

Designed by: Mokum Fabrics, Nami in Silt

Why we love it: The effortless, whimsy fall of this fabric makes it ideal for beach-shack chic.

Where you can get it:

www.mokumtextiles.com

 

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Kanga Paw

Designed by: Cloth Fabric

Why we love it: One of our most beautiful Native floras, Kangaroo Paw, inspired Julie Paterson’s screen print that was transferred from original sketches on to sheer linen.

Where you can get it:

www.clothfabric.com

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Beauty in Stains

Designed by: Elvis Robertson

Why we love it: Along with guests, red wine, food and fun come tablecloth stains and memories of what was once there. Instead of hours of soaking and scrubbing why not embrace like Elvis Robertson’s delicate embroidery.

Where you can get it:

www.elvisrobertson.com

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