Natural motifs, embellishments on tap

Andrews, Susan M.
October 2006
Furniture/Today;10/9/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 6, p74
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the textile designs and furniture to be displayed at the 2006 High Point Market in High Point, North Carolina. Organic elements such as silk, cotton and wool looks, as well as nature-inspired motifs like birds, feathers, leaves and wood grain are among the textile designs emphasized in the displays. Popular themes inlude jewel tones and farm houses.


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