Designers use Fishman's Fabrics Mohair to reference foliage

Fishman's Fabric's mohair was mentioned in an article in Michigan Avenue Magazine True Colors chosen to replicate foliage for chairs in a master suite. 

For Bridgeman’s home office and the master suite she shares with Randy, Lozano-Ziol partnered with designer Michelle Jolas; the two women had merged their design firms earlier that year. With double the creative brain power, they took the two spaces to new creative heights. In the master suite, Gracie handpainted scenic wallpaper the duo showed April was inspirational; the designers used it as panels and edged them in gold-leaf bamboo frames to turn them into works of fine art. To heighten their impact, the team used its colors to inform the rest of the room. Peacock blue Phillip Jeffries velvet wallpaper and Benjamin Moore Polo Blue paint pay homage to the river, midcentury Zanuso-style lounge chairs from Chairish were re-covered in leaf green mohair they found at Fishman’s Fabrics to reference foliage, and sandy rolling hills are evoked by a wool pile leopard rug. To add majesty to the bed, the designers framed it with nail heads in an epic installation that took three tries to get right.