1980s Jay Yang Floral Upholstery Linen
A grandmillennial dream, this 1980s floral linen upholstery fabric by Jay Yang delivers sumptuousness in a 1940s feeling decorator fabric in bright, airy colors.
A medium to medium-heavy weight linen with rich detailing and loads of floral variety. Perfect for a Florida Room, breakfast nook, cozy bedroom, or other places for gracious enjoyment. Enough fabric available for recovering a living room chair or small settee, making curtains, covering a headboard, making a gorgeous duvet cover, and more!
8 in stock
COLORS: The background is a delightful buttercream on which are cranberry, baby pink, mauve, periwinkle, white, ultimate gray, illuminating yellow, mustard, sage, celadon, deep plum, dusty rose, sky blue, and French blue.
SIZE: 54″ wide + .5″ left hand selvedge and 1.5″ right hand selvage x 1 yard increments with up to 8 yards available. Three yards available (click your shopping cart to add more yardage). Flowers range from .75″ buds & starflowers to 2″- 3″ Alstroemerias, to 3″ pansy heads, to 3″-4″ lilies and Irises, and foliage ranging from 3″ leaves to broad and lush 12″ x 15″ palm leaves.
MAKER: Here’s a great New York Times article from 1979 about how Yang took the fabric design world by storm: https://www.nytimes.com/1979/02/15/archives/young-innovator-in-fabric-world-an-innovator-in-the-fabric-world.html