Ethereal drapery collection: Daybreak by Fil Doux Textiles

Introducing Daybreak, the first drapery collection released by Fil Doux Textiles. The mill-direct fabric supplier focused on matted metallics for the collection of 13 patterns in 12 colorways, which is accented by the addition of a mid-century modern-inspired merino wool option. Daybreak’s textural elements reference artworks such as the Venus De Milo or Christo and Jeanne-Claude's installations. This combination of bold and dramatic patterns with soft color tones creates a contrast that can frame any space.

The collection includes: Sensation, which has a geometric design; Indelible, whose pattern reflects the details of Christo and Jeanne Claude's archways, layered to create an etched look; Solace, which resembles that moment when flower petals blossom and expand outward; Intrinsic, a colorful variation in the striped design with hints of gold and silver; Finesse, which has a weathered appearance that replicates the friezes created by artisans of the past; and Slumber, which helps to control room temperature, thanks to its 100-percent merino wool construction.

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