Textiles Update: Amazing Linen Designs

 Japanese Sparrows by Tania Vartan

Japanese Sparrows by Tania Vartan

 Pineapples by Tania Vartan

Pineapples by Tania Vartan

Irwin Weiner ASID - Helpful design showrooms make all the difference when it comes to a great interior design experience for both the designer and client. In a recent trip to the Savel showroom at NY's Decoration and Design Building, we spoke with Andrea Elish, and she showed us some of the amazing new linens Savel is carrying. It opened our eyes!

 Basket Weave by Tania Vartan

Basket Weave by Tania Vartan

 Wicker Screen by Tania Vartan

Wicker Screen by Tania Vartan

Linens are ready palettes for expressing color and pattern in home textiles, and the handprinted work of fashion designer and artist Tania Vartan show a bold, colorful attitude that walks the line of modern and classic. 

 Ribbons by Tania Vartan

Ribbons by Tania Vartan

 Alabastro by Tania Vartan

Alabastro by Tania Vartan

We also admired the daring, stark modernity of a textile line Savel is carrying from Brooklyn's Fabric and Steel. Founded to provide fabrics that bridge the divide between soft goods and hard architectural elements, the line is edgy and fun. The Belgium-woven linens are handprinted in the U.S. 

 Pillows by Fabric and Steel (l to r): Salvage, Transparency, Gravel, Cross-section, Pavement

Pillows by Fabric and Steel (l to r): Salvage, Transparency, Gravel, Cross-section, Pavement

 Shadow by Fabric and Steel

Shadow by Fabric and Steel

 Transparency by Fabric and Steel

Transparency by Fabric and Steel

 Pavement by Fabric and Steel

Pavement by Fabric and Steel

We encourage you to check out Savel's own line of exceptional fabrics, their distinguished line from designer great John Saladino, and their collection of Sunbrella outdoor fabrics - and contact Savel for more information on the Tina Vartan and Fabric and Steel lines.