This intriguing print seen on the sofa and the wall behind it was a tie-dyed design that was introduced by the old Henredon furniture company back in 1979.
The blue and white tie-dyed fabric was one of an exclusive series of hand-crafted patterns from Maya Romanoff, a Chicago textile designer, who was known for creating one-of-a-kind patterns on canvas. The effect was sophisticated, much like an impressionist painting.
As one retailer selling this sofa said at the time, “The bolts of blue lighting in this unusual and dramatic resist-dyed fabric will knock you out.”
This cosmopolitan contemporary setting was created by pairing the white and blue tie-dyed sofa with two fully-upholstered chairs that were covered entirely in the blue-purple shade from the fabric decor.
Tiny green accents in the material beautifully matched the large potted plant that added height to the room.
A tamboured mirrored coffee table added sparkling accents to this space, reflecting the colors and patterns from the other furnishings.