The Mokum Collection by James Dunlop Textiles
With aesthetic underpinnings in the Southern hemisphere and the flora and fauna of New Zealand and Australia, Mokum, a James Dunlop Textiles brand, offers a casual look in a quality product, focused on sustainability while reflecting an international aesthetic.
Peonia (above) from the La Primavera (collection) is a willowy pattern conveying visual optimism: "whereby joy is cultivated in the colour, form and function of our visual environment." Much the same can be said of Papillon (below), a bright and intricate depiction of dangling, delicate floral forms.
Samurai takes a different tack. In the bold, expressive colors of bright orange and ink, this pattern embraces a strict geometry that's defined yet creative.
A recent addition to the collection, Leopardo is designer Catherine Martin's take on the classic leopard print.
The realism and detail is manifest, even in this unorthodox interpretation: "a glamorous Italian jacquard with a sateen weave ground, allowing the iconic leopard spot to sit proudly in luminous viscose chenille."
Lastly, here's a look at the pastoral romance of cranes. Inspired by Japanese water color paintings, Oasis is a Mizu Garden fabric depicting these majestic birds amid waterlillies, lotus, peonies, and wisteria, all of which are captured solo on other Mokum fabrics. Oasis unifies them beautifully on a soft 100% linen base cloth.
Read more about James Dunlop Textiles and the Mokum brand at James Dunlop.
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