Fans of Colorado’s high country will recognize familiar names in Breckenridge, Lee Jofa’s new collection of prints, weaves, embroideries, velvets and wallpapers for Kravet. While the appellations and earthy colorways feel close to home, the patterns celebrate traditional resist printing and artisanal weaving techniques from around the world.
The Eldora print’s stylized floral motif was inspired by a 19th-century Russian document, while the graphic Yampa motif takes cues from artwork adapted from a batik design. Avon and Bowen celebrate intricate embroidery, and Bailey layers a modern velvet chevron atop a classic ticking stripe for an eye-catching jacquard.
Four upholstery fabric patterns round out the collection, including Meeker Stripe, a wool blend woven in Belgium. Brought to life in neutral tones of sand, flax and honey—accented with cool navies, slates and smokes, as well as warm hues of paprika and sienna—the collection is poised to put a modern lodge spin on homes on and off the slopes.