new: mokum moderne fabrics


i’m a fabric girl, so i can rarely pass up a new fabric collection. this new series from mokum textiles in australia called ‘moderne‘ has a great mix of patterns inspired by the 20s. i’m really partial to the brown colorways in the collection, but you can click here to view the full collection (and read more about its inspiration) right here. thanks, rebecca!



Kristopher K

Wonderful post – lovely collection of fabrics and photos – adore the fabric on the chair (and the wooden doors :) in the last pic :)

Katy

The fabric in that last chair is TDF. And, for some reason, the girl there looks like a very irritated, brunette Carrie Underwood to me. Love the dress though.

Michelle

That last chair is gorgeous andI’ve been looking for chairs just like it! Does anyone know what that style is called or a good place to find some reasonably priced ones?

ali

To Die For :)

How do we get this if we are not working with a designer?

grace

ali

you can normally buy to-the-trade fabrics through a local design center (in nyc we use the d&d building). but you can hire a designer for a flat fee to buy you fabric a lot of the time- so i’d recommend that. sadly there’s no getting around working with some sort of trade group because you need their trade # to get the fabric

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Gilly

These textiles, the ones via the link, and the inspiring and fascinating Studio98 site (via Mokum blog) have made my week, if not my year so far – thanks so much. Quite Rennie Macintosh sometimes

corinne

superbe ! espeially the last “fauteil” = seat, I like the 2 different fabrics, it’s a great effect !

Rebecca

The girl in the ads is actually a designer at Mokum! I really appreciate the brand because they start with a concept first and then build off of inspirational elements from a time, place, etc. It’s the good, old-fashioned design process at its finest!

Kate

Wow – those fabrics are everything that’s right with the world! ::drool::

Taryn

I’m an interior designer in Melbourne, Aus and Mokum have been one of my favourite fabric houses for years, and their in-house fabrics are consistently great. i missed going to the launch night for this last week because i was unwell, and boy am i sorry! it’s wonderful to see them featured on D*S.

MelD

Love that rose print and the sofa with all the different ones – very Wiener Werkst√§tte vibe!! When I was in Vienna I brought back some Josef Hofmann designs that are very like this, just 100 years older… (company named Backhausen do them)

Charlotte

I love thesefabrics – and the photographs! The contrast with the rough woods and chair rame really give extra depth to the images

Lauren

Love love love this collection. We represent this line in our showroom, and it’s even better in person! De Rosine is my absolute fave in the Topaz. Gorgeous. If you live in Seattle, come check it out at the Seattle Design Center.

bonny

question: where does the chair in the last picture come from?

i’ve been on the lookout for 2 wingback chairs but don’t like the sides sticking out too much. that chair is perfect.

thanks :)

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