Perhaps if Rothko was a fabric designer we’d get this great 1960s piece, likely by David and Dash.
Bursting with vivid and intense color that blurs into the next vivid and intense color, this piece is great for decorating in a modernist aesthetic or, alternatively, can compliment a psychedelic look, or just whenever a striking punch of color will do. Almost like a color map from electronic equipment.
FIBER: 100% linen, upholstery weight.
COLORS: White, mango, fuschia, bubble gum pink, deep purple, cranberry, burnt orange, salmon, dark chocolate, taupe, gray, cherry, and peach.
SIZE: 52″ wide + .5″ selvedge each side x 1 yard increments with up to 6 yards available.
USES: With up to 6 yards available, there’s plenty for a full chair reupholstery, to do an entire dining set of seats and backs, for home pillows or a pillow collection for resale, cover a screen, do curtains, lots of options!
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PURCHASING: Add to cart and then go to cart to add more yardage. Discount of $91 when buying the entire 10-yard piece. Convo me to set up a special order for that (cannot be combined with a coupon).
MAKER: We believe this may be a David and Dash piece but can’t be positive. David and Dash of Miami were a mid century textile firm whose label says, “Converters, Importers, and Hand printers of Interior Textiles; Residential, Contract.” I’m currently reaching out to textile curators and others who may be able to provide me more insight on this obviously important mid century design and textile production firm.