The legendary designs of Alexander Girard demonstrated that
textile design can be inspiring as well as functional. The designs of Alexander
Henry are quintessential examples of the Mid-Century style of textile design.
Quatrefoil Crimson is one of the many inspired designs
executed by Alexander Girard during his tenure (1952-1973) as founding director
of the Herman Miller Textile Division. The design consists of a four leaf
clover-like pattern over a chalk white background. The clovers come in various
colors including emerald, crimson, ultramarine, turquoise, pink and amber.
Quatrefoil Crimson by Alexander Girard is durable as well as
versatile. It can be used to upholster seat cushions with or to make such items
as slipcovers, table covers, pillows and draperies.
This product is made by Maharam.