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Furnishing Fabrics: An International Sourcebook

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Furnishing Fabrics: An International Sourcebook

by Larsen, Jack Lenor

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Thames & Hudson, London & new York, 1989. 29.0 x 23.5cms, 240pp, 300 colour illusts, very good hardcover and dustwrapper Larsen looks at developments in furnishing fabric design and the sorts of fabrics that we can use for windows, furniture, walls and bed & bath linens. He discusses Marimekko and Junicho Arai fabrics and explains how to order fabrics, how to test fro durability and colourfastness, how to manage your fabrics budget.

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Bookseller's Inventory #
105375
Title
Furnishing Fabrics: An International Sourcebook
Author
Larsen, Jack Lenor
Book Condition
Used
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
Thames & Hudson, London & new York, 1989
Keywords
textiles fabrics, fire codes,

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