All the 1970s feels come across in this reimagined Indienne done up in essential 70s Early American trend colors. This 1970s Cohama Fabrics piece titled “Savoy” brightens the corners with its vivid colors and expressive flowers. Some might call this a Jacobean — I call it Indienne since it is not actual crewel work, but it does have that Jacobean floral shaping, easily passing as a Jacobean if you want.
Great as vintage throwback for your decor and especially nice for 18th- and 19th-century inspired interiors, including its reinterpretation in Grandmillennial style and Granny Chic.
Absolutely stunning colors and big, bold design with an amazing amount of rich detail.
Would make utterly fabulous pillows, or cover dining room chair seats, craft a bold Roman shade, make fabulous bags, and more!
COLORS: Harvest gold, cornsilk, sage, mint, chartreuse, burnt orange, Marigold orange, salmon, dark chocolate brown, mocha, and creamy off-white.
SIZE: 48″ wide + .75 left hand selvage and .25″ right hand selvage by 1 yard increments with up to three yards available.
MAKER: Cohama made textiles early in the 20th century and the fabrics were used by such design luminaries as Diane Von Furstenburg. Read more about Cohama fabric here: https://thevintagetraveler.wordpress.com/tag/cohama/