• Fashionable Geometrics Meets Durability in Thibaut's Woven Resource Volume 6

Fashionable Geometrics Meets Durability in Thibaut's Woven Resource Volume 6

Feb 2014

Thibaut introduces Woven Resource Volume 6: Geometrics 2, a trendy and stylish collection of clean geometrics in durable constructions intended for upholstery. Full of textural and easy-to-use designs in a range of scales, this is a collection of woven fabrics that echo the Thibaut palette in
color and pattern.

In traditional Japanese architecture, a shoji is a screen consisting of translucent paper over a lattice of wood or bamboo. Shoji is a light dramatic and graphic element, with its colored basketweave ground.

Maximillian is a small-scale pattern that packs a big three-color punch. The fabric is ultra-soft and the small geometric is the perfect choice for any accent upholstery piece like a side chair or an ottoman.

The marbled pattern Miura is softer than the typical chevron but the seven yarn colors in this woven fabric make it extremely usable. The name comes from the tool or "comb" used to make marbled paper.

Named after the desirable destination, Mykonos Key is a signature Greek Key pattern.

Malabar Ikat is a large-scale pattern that represents itself as diamond shapes. The ornate stitching detail can be seen in its three colorways: blue and white, lemon and smoke, and charcoal and sand.

Evocative of a horsehair weave, Jelena adds depth and dimension that will beautifully hug the fine curves of any upholstered piece.

The peaks of Pele Ikat will heighten any sense of style. Colorways include aqua, green apple, navy, light neutrals, and smoke.

Mayan Diamond was inspired by the angular forms and materials of early Mayan weaves.