The timeless Indienne is here turned fresh and modern in a 1980s Cohama Fabrics piece titled “Geisha.” Some might call this a Jacobean — I call it Indienne since it is not actual crewel work.
Absolutely stunning colors and big, bold design with an amazing amount of rich detail. I especially love the geometric fretwork in between the floral columns. Perfect for your 18 th or early 19th century interior design look.
Would make utterly fabulous pillows, or cover a couple of dining room chair seats, craft a bold Roman shade, and more!
COLORS: Dark chocolate, mocha, khaki, ultimate gray, peach, mauve, white, and black.
SIZE: 53.5″ wide + 1″ selvage each side by 1 yard increments with up to 4 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/
PURCHASING: On desktop computer add a yard to your cart and then click on your cart to add more yardage. Discount of $46 when buying the entire 4-yard piece. Convo me to set up a special order for that (cannot be combined with a coupon).