Deeply inspired by the charm of the American south, Lee Jofa’s latest collection Avondale offers an assortment of fresh fabric and wallcoverings ranging from small-scale motifs, go-with coordinates and large scale prints.
The new in-house collection features many patterns based off archival information from around the globe. Wimberly Print, inspired by the 1920s archives, features a floral motif that has been updated to fit a myriad of interiors. Also offered in a coordinating wallcovering, Wimberly Print comes in five colorways to bring a hopeful feeling of spring and renewal. Another archival pattern in this collection, Drayton Print, originated in 19th century Russia and is printed on a cotton/linen blend in four colorways.
Avondale Print, the collection’s namesake pattern, is the final pattern that is based on an archival document. Inspired by an English hand block from the 19th century, this fabric is printed exclusively in Italy, and its coordinating wallcovering is printed on grass cloth in the UK.
Two other stand-out patterns, Whitaker Print and Bayview Print, ground the collection with their bold designs. Whitaker Print is a striking graphic rick rack design, bringing an element of adventure to the collection and is offered in a coordinating wallcovering. Bayview Print features a medallion motif, almost like a modern-day doily, and is printed exclusively in Italy. Offering a naive charm, this pattern is also offered in a coordinating wallcovering.
The Avondale Collection is now on display in the Kravet Workspace showroom at 200 Lex. Click here to learn more or make an appointment to view.