Schumacher has a dynamite Spring 2014 collection but, my favorites this season happen to be the bests of the past, The Classic Prints. New color ways have me swooning for more of some of my old favorites.
Chiang Mai Dragon
Chiang Mai Dragon is one of Schumacher’s best-loved designs–since its introduction in 2006, the fabric has become iconic among our patterns. The modern Chinoiserie motif, which is screened onto rich linen and is also available as a wallcovering, originally came from an exuberant Art Deco block print that was created in the 1920s.
An exuberant and vibrant update of a traditional flame stitch, Zenyatta Mondatta is a textured chevron pattern that alternates stripes of boucle, chenille, and tightly woven cotton ground yarns–a winning combination of texture and color in one graphic geometric. A bold palette gets an update with two new offerings: Azure, which combines blue shades with soft grays, and Grenadine, which matches pinks and reds to creamy beiges.
Do you love these terrific textiles?