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Fabric Linens: Bed products: weave, color for Interior Design- JenniferHein

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Fabric Linens: Bed, weave, color for Home Product Design

Fabric Linens: Bed, weave, color for Home Product Design

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  • 1. English Chippendale Bed & Drapery Bedding 1750’s  http://www.mallettantiques.co m/begin.asp  Mahogany wood Bouquet and ribbon motif Acanthus motif Shell motifs Foliate scrolls    
  • 2. 1750’s Bed chamber at MET/ Metropolitan Museum, NYC Tapestry Wall Hangings with Red Cut Pile / Velvet
  • 3. 5 ROOM INTERIOR END USES / TEXTILE PRODUCTS that we study include: carpeting draperies / casements upholstery/ furniture covering household linens (Bed / Bath) wall coverings
  • 4. Contemporary Bed with bed curtains, historic reference
  • 5. SCHUMACHER SAMPLE GLOSSARY of COMPLEX WEAVES BASIC WEAVES- Biaxial, Triaxial & Pile Weaving / UPHOLSTERY FABRIC BROCATELLE (Contemporary designs) Embossed, twilled figures tightly woven on plain or satin ground design in smooth, high relief -similar in appearance to damask -origin: imitation of Italian tooled leather FIGURED VELVET / Cut Pile A velvet with pattern formed by contrast in cut and uncut loops partially cut pile with plain or figured background. MATELASSE/ Double cloth Two fabrics woven simultaneously and joined to produce quilted look on surfaceorigin: French meaning mattress.
  • 6. BB&B Velour Plush & historic embroidery
  • 7. Royal Red Contemporary Down Comfort Set
  • 8. Contemporary Quilted Patchwork Comfort, historic reference
  • 9. FABRIC SAMPLE SPECIFICS:     TRADE NAMES / BRAND names for Marketing, Ex. given, Merino Wool, Dynel, COLORWAY/ Color card (Examples- 3-8 colors with same fabric pattern & weave)  SWATCHBOOKS (Those in swatch room)  MEMO / LOAN SAMPLES (Limited samples of nicer piece goods with limited access & sales
  • 10. BB&B Tied Comfort, less expensive since its easier to construct than a quilt
  • 11. 1750’s American Rococo Style Tester Bed Frame   http://www.p4a.com/itemsum mary/226489.html Mahogany  Scrolled latticework on headboard and alcove  Finials  Rounded bracket feet
  • 12. Ca. 1700 French Louis XV Bed without traditional bed hangings http://www.french-warehouse.com/FWPage2.htm Walnut Cabriole legs with scrolled foot forms resting on drums (or shoes) Cartouche style headboard and footboard Floral motifs, acanthus motif, Serpentine curves
  • 13. Blue Rust Orange Color Compliment Sateen Sheets
  • 14. Fabric Finish Longevity Permanent Finish b) Durable (40-50 launderings) c) Semi-durable Finish a) a) 5-10 wash (Ex. static Control) Semi-temporary reapplied by dry cleaners e) Temporary, d) a) Clothing that is marked X, Do not wash or dry clean
  • 15. 1880s Victorian beddings in room with fireplace at Culbertson H.S., New Albany, IN Simplified Bedding after screening S i m
  • 16. FUNCTIONAL FINISHES         Soil & Stain Resistant Finishes Soil Repellent, shields fabric Soil Release Minimum Care Finishes Wrinkle Recovery Wash N’ Wear Permanent Press
  • 17. Embroidered Contemporary
  • 18. American late colonial style bed curtains in 1836 Merchant House NY, NY Practical mosquito net
  • 19. American Empire Print Bed Hangings in 1836 Merchant House NY, NY
  • 20. 1840s fabrics Burgundy sateen & multi- floral prints for Empire style bedhangings, NY, NY Period fabric P e r i
  • 21. Close up of 1840s floral medallion & repeat motif prints 3 Historic Floral Prints 3 Historic Floral Prints
  • 22. Room design is controlled by the largest object
  • 23. BB&B Contemporary comfort with welt design pillows & matelasse comfort
  • 24. Upholstery Cushion & Pillow Types 1) Knife edge 1) 2) Welting 1) 3) plain seam with no detailing covered cord in the seam Boxing welting with a zipper
  • 25. BB&B Striped Chenille Bed cover
  • 26. Tapestry Design jacquard Coverlet/ Bed Cover
  • 27. Plush / Cut Pile polyester fauve fur
  • 28. Pile Fabrics include: velour, velvet,  plush,  corduroy,  velveteen,  terrycloth  Pile is an extra set of yarns added to the ground to create a 3D effect 
  • 29. Modern commercial hotel with double gold drapery, fabric headrest & white cotton plain weave sheeting / linens
  • 30. FABRIC TERMINOLOGY  GROS THREADS - larger thicker threads  DURABILITY & ELASTICITY Ex. jeans = plain weave / twill If they get baggy knees probably cotton, plain.   ELONGATION & RECOVERY Pull fabric diagonally and watch the fabric stretch and recovery. Best Ex.= Crepe  EPI / Ends Per Inch / Thread Count / Yarn Count Ex. = 200 e.p.i. bed sheets
  • 31. Thread count numbers are doubled from 15 years ago - 200 is now 400 epi
  • 32. Thread Count or Ends Per Inch / E.P.I.

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