Veranda Magazine Features Damask Fabric!

In the September issue of Veranda, a display of wonderful damask fabrics are gathered to show the new colors and textures. Spectacular fabrics in luscious colors and weaves!  Enjoy!

Clockwise from left to right:  Kravet's Masira Silk Damask; Decortex's Deva; Scalamandre's Ypres; Janet Yonaty's Paris Classique; Peter Fasano's Sandhurst; Christopher Hyland's Anne Marie Damask; Rubelli's Cherubino (middle).

Here are a description of these wonderful fabrics:

Kravet - Pattern above: Masira Silk Damask in Seafoam - Lush taupe flowers on a soft teal background. This all silk damask is 54" wide and originates from India. It comes in four colorways: Seafoam, Garnet, Latte and Rye. Below is the Latte.

Decortex -Pattern above: Deva -  A "green" fabric that is monochromatic with dark forest hues.

Scalamandre - Pattern above: Ypres - Stylized vines cover an olive background.

Janet Yonaty - Pattern above: Paris Classique - A swirled Rococo matte green design against a shiny embossed silk ground.

Christopher Hyland - Pattern above: Anne Marie Damask - Deep shades of cobalt blue and antique gold proves classic and timeless.

Rubelli - Pattern above: Cherubino in Bleu - Opulent golden leaves and robust flowers adorn this woven sapphire toned silk. This beautiful fabric is meant for an elegant setting in 6 wonderful colorways. Bleu, Avorio, Beige, Radica, Rosso and Verde.

Peter Fasano - Pattern above: Sandhurst in Easton Blue - A print with a faded watercolor effect in a light aqua blue. We love this wonderful cotton fabric that comes in ten luscious colorways. See two more below, Cielo (blue) and Pesca (orange). Other colorways: Crema, Oro, Slate Gray, Crema/Pewter, Verde, Giallo and Azzuro. 

All photos courtesy of Peter Fasano and Veranda Magazine. Fabrics are to the trade and can be ordered through your designer or through The Designer Insider.

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