Fabric finds fashion in patterns with The Mill Fabrics’ latest instalment of their Fashion for Furnishings campaign.
This range brings a more authentic touch to their fabric collection with two brand new standout patterns designed to steal the show. The Mill Fabrics‘ soft launch of their “Tribal Chic” range offers a new upholstery and throw quality. The first – Suri Echo (Upholstered) and Sheko Tide (Throw) – sees a pattern resembling finger painting woven throughout the roll with an ombre effect. This is also the feature fabric in their latest photographic photoshoot.
The second design – Tribal Ivory (Upholstered) and Kelemi Flint (Throw)– is a consistent pattern resembling a brushstroke style with a steady repeat.
Both designs are reminiscent of a classic African Mud cloth in terms of design. As a pair, the two patterns connect through their contrasting styles to create the Mill’s newest addition to their artisanal Tribal Chic range.
View the Tribal Chic range here.