Surface Trend: Chevron and On
Making a bold geometric statement across upholstery and textiles, the classic chevron continues to grow in popularity.
British designer Tori Murphy's two-tone Chevy throws and pillows are made from 100% Merino Lambswool woven in Lancashire, washed in the Yorkshire Dales and made in Nottingham, England.
Hand-dyed and hand-woven from premium New Zealand wool, Jonathan Adler's Stepped Chevron Kilim Rug is vertically interwoven with lightweight cotton yarn.
The Getty Chevron upholstery is inspired by a custom-woven boucle that was designed by Joseph Noble for the auditorium at the Getty Villa in Malibu, California. Engineered for subtle dimensionality, the design has an Aero finish that relaxes the hand while allowing the rayon yarns to blossom to maximum effect without exaggeration.
Fifty years after its introduction, the classic Missoni chevron is still wildly popular today. This vibrant chevron effect pillow by Missoni Home is woven in jacquard fabric, cotton, polyester and silk.
Part of Tai Ping's Epoch Collection, the intricate Omission rug's monotone design is inspired by abstract textiles and Bauhaus weavings.
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