Richly detailed and spectacularly colored vintage chinoiserie “Regal Kyoto” is an upholstery weight brocade that’s perfect for covering dining room chair sets/backs, making pillows, crafting totes or small bags, for use as a message board back, the top of a tuffet, and more…
We have several scraps available for your small-to medium sized projects. The last pic of a chair has a piece of Piece B folded over to give you an idea of how it would look on a chair. Plenty of fabric in Piece B for such a project (there would be scraps left over).
FIBER: 75% Viscose & 25% Polyester.
COLORS: On a mint green background are classic red, salmon, mocha, taupe, butternut, sage, olive, forest, and gold. The overall effect is luminescent and slightly gilded.
Piece A: Small Rectangle 13″ wide x 18.5″ long. Features a large pagoda-roofed minka or Japanese temple along with a bridge, several boats, and a fisherman.
Piece B: Medium Square 27″ wide x 279″ long. Features people on an island in the center flanked on either side by the bridge motif with one full temple and three partial temples.
Piece C: Large Triangle, 55″ widest x 45″ longest (13″ at top, 60″ length of the side angle). Features multiple iterations of the motifs.
NOTE: There are a total of four each of the three different styles with discounts for purchasing all four of a style, or all 12 of the three styles. Save $17 by buying all four of Piece A. Save $27. by buying all four of Piece B. Save $37. by buying all four of Piece C. Save an additional $27 on top of those discounts when purchasing all 12 pieces.
MAKERS: Kravet is the heavy hitter in that it owns some of the most influential and long-standing and high end interior fabrics brands such as English firm G. P. & J Baker, French/American firm Brunschwig & Fils, Lee Jofa (founded by Arthur H. Lee), and Groundwork. They’re a fifth generation fabric house and worldwide brand that was established in 1918 as S. Kravet & Sons.