Tribal prints have been gaining popularity in fashion and interior design and for good reason! These prints are diverse, bring in a natural element, and provide a beautiful texture. “Tribal” encompasses numerous ethnic groups across the world from African to Asian to Native American. Each print seems to be one-of-a-kind and connects to the people who originally made them.
Neutral tribal prints have been more commonly seen the past few years, but vibrant colored prints are now stepping into the limelight. These tribal prints consist of vivid and rich reds, oranges, yellows, blues, greens and browns. Adding a simple tribal print piece to a room can instantly liven a neutral or lacking space.
If you are looking to bring this trend alive in one of your projects, the following are books that epitomize this trend and can be found at Design Alliance.
Avant Garde Bobino
Clarke & Clarke Artiste, Mirador and Navajo
Thibaut Trade Routes
Kravet & J. Banks Tanzania
To learn more about these fabrics in this trending print, visit us in the showroom or click the books’ names above.