Warp & Weft has introduced a trio of new designs that are eyecatching. Stonehenge, Creeks II and Glaciers are each different designs, but they all express a mysterious quality.

Stonehenge – This design offers a touch of zen mixed. Hovering elliptical shapes cast a dark shadow over a grey and ivory ground. The design is made of Himalayan wool with the exception of the burgundy ellipse that boasts a silk and wool tweeding. Handwoven in Nepal at 100 knots per sq. inch.

Creeks II - Slate: This design concept employs the company’s signature tone-on-tone wool and silk execution. Half circles, and small curves in various sizes and shades of grays
peek out from all four sides. Creeks II is made from Himalayan wool and Indian mulberry silk, hand-woven in Nepal at 100 knots per sq. inch.

Glaciers – An abstract design with a strong linear effect, this pattern is resembles ice on a window. Horizontal lines in various shades of gray wool cross with flowing vertical shapes in glimmering silk. Hand-woven in Nepal at 100 knots per sq. inch.

These introductions are available in 9’x12’, and can be made to custom sizes and colors.