Fabric, Plain & Simple (or not): Cotton

Cotton is a natural white vegetable fiber that is grown in Texas and other warm climates. It has been used to produce fabric for hundreds of years. This fabric is loved by many for its versatility and ease of care. It feels good against the skin regardless of the temperature or humidity, making it a great choice for clothing and, for interiors, bedding. They are popular in shabby chic and french country design, and are great for children’s rooms as well.

This cotton is about as straight forward as you can get. It is in its most natural state and has had no dye applied to it.

Kravet Cotton Natural

This beautiful floral may look like a delicate small print, but sometimes digital fabric images can be deceiving. In person, this is actually a large scale print with a 25″ repeat that would have great impact in a space. This cotton and linen combination that would be great for a client who is looking for natural fibers.

Kravet Cotton Floral

Embroideries are popular in all types of fabrics, including this linen cotton blend with a scattered dimensional polka dot pattern.

Kravet Cotton Embroidered

This geometric and floral print combination is very complimentary and would look great in a French Country home.

Kravet Cotton Geometric and Floral

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