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

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

  1. 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. 2. 1750’s Bed chamber at MET/ Metropolitan Museum, NYC Tapestry Wall Hangings with Red Cut Pile / Velvet
  3. 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. 4. Contemporary Bed with bed curtains, historic reference
  5. 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. 6. BB&B Velour Plush & historic embroidery
  7. 7. Royal Red Contemporary Down Comfort Set
  8. 8. Contemporary Quilted Patchwork Comfort, historic reference
  9. 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. 10. BB&B Tied Comfort, less expensive since its easier to construct than a quilt
  11. 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. 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. 13. Blue Rust Orange Color Compliment Sateen Sheets
  14. 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. 15. 1880s Victorian beddings in room with fireplace at Culbertson H.S., New Albany, IN Simplified Bedding after screening S i m
  16. 16. FUNCTIONAL FINISHES         Soil & Stain Resistant Finishes Soil Repellent, shields fabric Soil Release Minimum Care Finishes Wrinkle Recovery Wash N’ Wear Permanent Press
  17. 17. Embroidered Contemporary
  18. 18. American late colonial style bed curtains in 1836 Merchant House NY, NY Practical mosquito net
  19. 19. American Empire Print Bed Hangings in 1836 Merchant House NY, NY
  20. 20. 1840s fabrics Burgundy sateen & multi- floral prints for Empire style bedhangings, NY, NY Period fabric P e r i
  21. 21. Close up of 1840s floral medallion & repeat motif prints 3 Historic Floral Prints 3 Historic Floral Prints
  22. 22. Room design is controlled by the largest object
  23. 23. BB&B Contemporary comfort with welt design pillows & matelasse comfort
  24. 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. 25. BB&B Striped Chenille Bed cover
  26. 26. Tapestry Design jacquard Coverlet/ Bed Cover
  27. 27. Plush / Cut Pile polyester fauve fur
  28. 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. 29. Modern commercial hotel with double gold drapery, fabric headrest & white cotton plain weave sheeting / linens
  30. 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. 31. Thread count numbers are doubled from 15 years ago - 200 is now 400 epi
  32. 32. Thread Count or Ends Per Inch / E.P.I.

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