OLMSTEAD is an octagonal trellis aptly named for Frederick Law Olmstead, the landscape architect responsible for the inception of Central Park. This double-width fil-coupé trellis is first fully woven before being individually piece dyed. Woven on a mixed warp, each fibre takes colour differently, making the melange effect in the base more apparent. Shown railroaded, OLMSTEAD has a soft finishing and is offered in a crisp white, creamy ivory, soft sky blue and dove grey.
The inset picture show a part of the full width of: 298 cm
The colours shown are not binding.
|Collection:||CENTRAL PARK | OUT OF AFRICA|
|Composition:||75%Polyester 15%Flax (Linen) 8%Viscose 2%Lyocell|
|Horizontal repeat:||14 cm|
|Vertical repeat:||23 cm|