Frank Lloyd Wright was an American architect, interior designer, writer, and educator, who designed more than 1,000 structures, 532 of which were completed. Wright believed in designing structures that were in harmony with humanity and its environment, a philosophy he called organic architecture. In his great years of work Frank also designed a fabric collection in the 1950s in collaboration with fabric brand Schumacher.
On the 150th birthday, home design company Schumacher, in collaboration with the Wright Foundation, has revived a collection of geometric-print textiles that the world-famous architect designed in 1955.
Room Decor Ideas will give you some of the exquisite fabrics so you can revive and remember again this vintage collection.
While the original linens and hybrid fabrics have been brought back in the relaunch, new color palettes and schemes also make their debut. The designs include simple line patterns, as well as diamonds, pyramids, and other graphic configurations produced in colorways. Warm reds, greens, and browns of were replaced with a subtle color palette full of dark Blacks, Browns, and blues. Contemporary, but still aligned with Wright’s vision. They used colors that still speak to the Frank Lloyd Wright aesthetic, but are more clear in tone. The grounds are cleaner and whiter, which immediately freshened the look.
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