Abstract Attraction – Textile Faves

Happy Tuesday from LA Design Concepts! We’re continuing our textile favorite highlights with a bit of a twist.

Today’s category is ‘Abstract Attraction’ showcasing some of our on the rise textiles and fabrics from the top designer brands.

Rustic Gold Legacy – Gorgeous golden textiles with character:

opuzen fabric new wave elektra bronze
Opuzen Fabric – New Wave Elektra
robert allen even out night sky
Robert Allen – Even Out
fabricut hoopla textile rootbeer
Fabricut – Hoopla
fabricut fabrics nandy nile
Fabricut – Nandy

Aged golden highlights among burnt amber tones give these four textiles depth and reason to be displayed.

A touch of gold and brown can do a space wonders, understated luxurious textures and prints give any project the feel of undiscovered treasure.

If understated luxury isn’t quite your style, our next category is lighthearted and free.

Summer Splash – color rich and vibrant textiles for the season:

lulu dk fabric shine yellow
Lulu DK – Shine
clarke and clarke fabric merengue sunset
Clarke & Clarke Fabric – Merengue
duralee fabric multi squares patterned textile rainbow
Duralee Fabric – DP42638-215
highland court fabric primavera textile fabric print
Highland Court Fabric – Primavera

From zany and eccentric chevron inspired prints, to soft water color brush strokes, these bright and vivid textiles let the color flow through your project.

You can click on any of these textiles to be taken to their respective product page with more information about fabric content, other color-ways, and pricing.

Or you can simply call us and let us do the work for you, we’ll get your order started quickly and easy.

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Black and White Done Right

Black is the darkest color, the result of the absence or complete absorption of visible light, while white is the opposite of black, it is a collection of all colors of light, resulting in what we know as white. The power of these two colors presented together is an extremely high contrast combination. However, due to the high contrast, the colors provide balance to each other.

We’ve seen through out time many applications such as the yin-yang symbol representing the balance of light and dark. It’s said that “opposites attract.” To put it another way: contrast creates completion. The convergence of black and white (more so than many other color combinations) is an example of how two divergent colors communicate more powerfully together than they do on their own.

Which is exactly why we’ve compiled some extraordinary black and white textiles from our collections that will help your design moments be distinct.

ROBERT ALLEN - Phantom Manor
ROBERT ALLEN – Phantom Manor

The first of our four fabrics we’ll be discussing is the Robert Allen textile: Phantom Manor. This pattern depicts some wild flowers scattered through out the print, leaving small white areas of negative space in between to relieve the eye. The majority of the flower’s form is also white, to ensure this print isn’t too dark. The black tipped petals overlapping each other on the flowers creates some nice geometric eye-candy. We love this textile for an outdoor upholstery moment, or a fun way to add some outdoor accent to a traditional indoors space such as the living room or foyer.