Boasting the two hottest colors of the season — illuminating yellow and ultimate gray — this abstract 1960s David and Dash linen fabric provides color punch and design appeal that’s perfect for pillow fronts, a glamping camper update, yardage for a Roman shade or small curtains, or enough fabric for dining chair seats or even to do a small chair or twin sized fabric-covered headboard.
The flowers in this design have a block printed look where negative space plays a crucial role with positive space. Flowers combine with clusters of fragmented geometric and abstracted shapes to make the vibrant design of this piece.
100% luscious vintage linen.
COLORS: Ultimate gray background, illuminating yellow, butterscotch, tawny tiger, white.
SIZE: 53.75″ wide + .5″ selvedge each side x 78″ long
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Maker: David and Dash of Miami were a mid century textile firm whose label says, “Converters, Importers, and Handprinters 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.