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Captivating Cubo Fabric

As stated in Elle Decor’s January 2016 Issue, it is “not since David Hicks’s heyday in the 1960s have bold geometric patterns been so captivating”.

Elle Decor January 2016


Elle Decor‘s January 2016 Issue.


We could not agree more! Sharp angles and fearless colours are the ideal contrast against softer colours and forms.  Our Cubo pattern is right on trend and invariably stands out when placed amid other patterns.

It is very interesting to see that our forecasting skills are so sharp! When we designed the cubo pattern, I was craving a little bit of 70’s nostalgia.  Growing up, I always admired a painting at my Aunt’s house by Vasarely. Over the years I have continued to have a fascination with the artist’s work and I got  inspired by his geometric forms when creating the one print in the collection that can be used as a colour palette launching point, with unique combinations of three colours each. Cubo is definitely a nod to the 70’s the decade I was born.

If you are in the need to inject a pattern that actually works with any other patterns, this is the fabric that you may be looking for.


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CUBO - Rosa:Paloma:Crema

Iván Meade – A personal narrative in Fabrics

Cubo Fabric – Rosa/Paloma/Crema


Ivan-Meade-Cubo-Pattern-Rosa-Carbon

CUBO - Carbon:Paloma:Crema

Iván Meade – A personal narrative in Fabrics

Cubo Fabric – Carbon/Paloma/Crema


CUBO - Marino:Paloma:Crema

Iván Meade – A personal narrative in Fabrics

Cubo Fabric – Marino/Paloma/Crema


CUBO - Cenote:Miel:Crema

Iván Meade – A personal narrative in Fabrics

Cubo Fabric – Cenote/Miel/Crema


CUBO - Miel:Paloma:Crema

Iván Meade – A personal narrative in Fabrics

Cubo Fabric – Cenote/Miel/Crema


Ivan Meade fabric line


A sampling of Ivan Meade’s pillow collection.