Sources Spotlight: Textiles

The Hamptons Collection by Architex
“Architex continues to create fresh and current textile patterns, all the while keeping in mind durability concerns for the high traffic needs of public institutions. I can depend on high quality and beautiful product for my projects, as well as friendly, dependable, prompt customer service.”
—Brenda Katz, FFA Architecture and Interiors Inc.

1. The Crossover Group from Designtex is designed to be your workhorse. A variety of constructions and yarn blends make for great durability and powerful aesthetics that stay true to their namesake—layered or stand alone, they can be applied to a variety of settings.

2. The Segreto Designs for Coleman Taylor Textiles are owner and designer Leslie Sinclair’s fresh takes on classic European designs. Each motif features metallic paints that are hand-applied to a variety of grounds.

3. Angulo by Suzanne Tick for Teknion Textiles also kicks it back to tradition with an epingle pile. But the real star is the movement and energy created thanks to the interaction of two gradations—a strong geometric pattern that stretches and compacts vertically with an ombre stripe of tonal color that runs in the opposite direction.