Ocho Rios Cotton Print is a variation on the large leaf motif that Fischer first created for the 1994 Kips Bay Decorator Showhouse. Inspired by French eighteenth-century sepia wallpapers, the design features huge tropical fronds floating above a pale tone-on-tone field. The stony pattern again defines the ground behind a composite of neutral panels. The rendering throughout is painterly, defined by gestural brushstroke textures and layered washes of color. Like Kalaheo Botanica, Ocho Rios has a well-concealed repeat that gives the design a seamless rhythm. The overscale patterns make these fabrics ideal for lofty window treatments, while the lush botanical themes would work well in sun-filled vacation homes or interiors that draw upon exotic landscapes. Brunschwig & Fils, Inc. | Available as fabric only © Copyright 2004-2010. CHUCK FISCHER STUDIO, INC. All rights reserved.

© Copyright 2004-2010. CHUCK FISCHER STUDIO, INC. All rights reserved.