Go Back To School With Luxe’s Anthology On All Things Textiles


Luxe‘s modern fabric encylcopedia explores tried-and-true patterns, materials and techniques that continue to stun in today’s interiors. 

 A is for Animal: Thaiger in Ochre / jimthompsonfabrics.com. 

B is for Bouclé: K2 in Paprika / scalamandre.com. 

C is for Chintz: Upton in Java/Moss by Oscar de la Renta for Lee Jofa / kravet.com. 

D is for Damask: Venetian Damask in Tombacco by Patrick Kinmonth / chelseatextiles.com. 

E is for Embroidery: Passage in Goldensage / pindler.com.

F is for Flamestitch: Fanfare in Sorbet / pierrefrey.com. 

G is for Gingham: Petite Gingham in Ochre / serenaandlily.com. 

H is for Houndstooth: Dandy in Toffee / pollackassociates.com. 

I is for Ikat: Presidio Ikat in Orange / fschumacher.com. 

J is for Jacquard: Milo in Ruban Enlacé / elitis.fr/en.

K is for Kuba Cloth: Amber Stripe / stfrank.com.

L is for Lace: Tilda in Lace / weitznerlimited.com.

M is for Moiré: Iris in Bleu Clair by Manuel Canovas / cowtan.com. 

N is for Needlepoint: Paige Sampler in Chestnut by Scot Meacham Wood / somerselle.com. 

O is for Ombre: Bellavista in Blossom / designersguild.com. 

P is for Paisley: Kashmir in Red/Blue / peterdunhamtextiles.com. 

Q is for Quilted: Phoenix in Olivine / kettlewellcollection.com. 

R is for Raffia: Raphia Abaca Noir / cmoparis.com. 

S is for Surrealism: Matisse in Tempera by S. Harris / fabricut.com.

T is for Tree of Life: Fusang Tree in Cinnabar Red by Sanderson / sandersondesigngroup.com.

U is for Upcycle: Nexus in Pesco / rubelli.com. 

V is for Velvet: Striéd Velvet in Amber / jimthompsonfabrics.com. 

W is for Watercolor: Blooms in Blushing Taupe / rebeccaatwood.com.

X is for X Marks the Spot: Felix in Wheat on Oyster / greigetextiles.com. 

Y is for Yarn: Coral in Blush / boleroadtextiles.com. 

Z is for Zigzag: Gravitas in No. 05 / zakandfox.com.