"Life is serious and hard, and you need to have some unexpected wonder around you to keep it interesting."
-- Kelly Wearstler, Modern Glamour: The Art of Unexpected Style
Above, decorating duo Woodson and Rummerfield designed chic napkins using KWID's reversible "Emerald Cut" fabric in lotus/ivory, and mixed a laser-cut table with Frances Elkins-style chairs, in a breakfast room/kitchen photographed for House Beautiful, May 2006.
I'd love to see the reversible "Emerald Cut," in mandarin, made-up into napkins. But then I suppose the pattern could become "last Tuesday" if seen everywhere. Still, it's a very classic geometric.
Above are more of Woodson and Rummerfield's napkins and placemats made from KWID's "Emerald Cut" in lotus/ivory, as seen in California Style Magazine.