Textile Tuesday: Peter Dunham

I am too hyped up watching the election to focus.

I just want to look at pretty things and dream of India and future adventures,

Peter Dunham has just the textiles to transport you to prettier places…

Isfahan in Raspberry – Big, bold paisleys filled with flowers create a striking textile that is perfect for window treatments, bedding, or other large applications. A companion fabric, Isfahan Stripe, is also available.

Cosima in Blue/Pink – Small stars work together to create a large chevron motif, punctuated by border-inspired stripes.

Cosima – Indian Pink

Kashmir Paisley in White/Pink – The pattern was inspired by a block print that Peter discovered as a teenager backpacking in India. He held on to it for years and eventually used it as inspiration for one of his first prints in the collection, Kashmir Paisley.It remains one of our best-sellers and is also available as a grasscloth wallcovering and outdoor print. 

Isfahan Stripe in Raspberry – A decorative stripe with Indian flair, the design is a riff on the border of its companion fabric, Isfahan. 

Oona in Blue/Pink  – A tribal motif with a great rhythm and fashion-forward colorways. It works well in both large and small applications. Oona includes a 2.5” border on the left side.

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