Sina Pearson's Scandanavian Modern Collection of Upholstry

meatballs, fish—and fab new fabrics

In addition to ABBA—and its annoyingly memorable “Dancing Queen” —and those addictive fish-shaped gummy candies, Sweden is known for its timeless, clean-lined, mid-century home design. Enter the new Scandanavian Modern collection of upholstery fabrics by Sina Pearson.   

An homage to the eponymous textile designer’s own Swedish heritage, the line offers a trio of patterns in various color palettes that celebrate the iconic mid-century style. These include Villa, a textured, tone-on-tone pattern inspired by the period’s hand-woven fabrics; Cut Circle, a bold geometric pattern whose half-moons were developed by slicing paper dots in half; and the solid Eureka, an elegant, leather-like polyurethane. The collection’s color scheme, designed to flatter natural wood furniture, is both lively and earthy.

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Pearson drew inspiration from the modern Scandinavian furnishings in her Pacific Northwest childhood home. Bought during a 1963 visit to Sweden, the bookcases, dining buffet, teak chairs, and upholstery fabrics still look timeless today, she says. Her new fabrics are similarly designed to last. Priced at $78 to $104 per yard, the collection are available through design professionals and to consumers through select showrooms, including Fabu Fabric in Bedford Hoills. For more info:

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