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Small Dot Charcoal by Charles & Ray Eames

Product ID: cha0019
Small Dot Charcoal by Charles & Ray Eames

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Width: 54 inches
Content: 70% Cotton, 30% Polyester
Background: Charcoal
Repeat: 7 5/8"V, 12 7/8"H
Price: $112.00
Transit Time: Please allow 2-5 Business days to leave warehouse

“The details are not the details. They make the design.”

"No, Ray is not my brother." - Charles Eames

If you love the look of modern decor, the pioneering modernist industrial designs of Charles and Ray Eames will appeal to you. The Eames's iconic textile designs translated abstract art into useful, everyday objects.

Small Dot Charcoal is a quintessentially "Eames" decorator fabric from a golden age in industrial design. The Small Dot design originated as the Eames's entry into a textile competition held by the Museum of Modern Art in 1947. Four designs were submitted - the other three being Dot, Crosspatch and Circles - but only Crosspatch went into production at the time. The remaining three designs - Small Dot included - were recently reproduced from archived drawings with the assistance of Lucia Eames, daughter of Charles and Ray.

This fantastic retro fabric has an irresistible design of small dots connected by lines. The small dots measure about 1/4" in diameter. The streamlined colors in Small Dot Charcoal are black dots and lines over a charcoal gray background.

Small Dot Charcoal by Charles and Ray Eames can be used to make pillows, wall-hangings, seat cushions, slipcovers, table covers, draperies, curtains, handbags, garments and more.

  • Abrasion: 42,000 double rubs

  • Lightfastness: Exceeds 40 hours

  • Finish: Teflon, acrylic

  • Meets all appropriate flammability requirements, including California Bulletin #117.

This product is made by Maharam.