Monday, August 23, 2010

Tafelbloemkleed by Jurgen Bey

This great tablecloth named Tafelbloemkleed by Jurgen Bey woven in the Dutch Textile museum was already a familair item in our Wannekes assortment. But for some reason we photographed an incorrect version of the tablecloth. Now we photographed new pictures where the fairytailes are more visible.
The tablecloth was used a cut of such this pattern and then flipped several times. Sun rise completely new, surprising and unexpected designs. The design is built two layers: first layer of flowers and fairy tale figures like bottom layer. The figures are obscured but come gradually, the longer you looks, and up to life. The field acts as a floral landscape. The figurines dancing there like a forest where they wander by. It is like 'sprookjesbos' true one. The canvas material, a sort of shiny yarn, gives the dress with the floral design a rich look. Included 6 napkins and on both sides to use.
Soon there will be more great tablecloths, napkins and tea towels available. Fabulous never seen design textiles woven in the Dutch Textile museum by famous Dutch designers like Hella Jongerius, Scholten & Baijings, Christien Meindersma, Wieki Somers and more. Follow us on Twitter and you are the first one to know....

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