New Discovery | Zak + Fox Textiles


I recently saw Zak + Fox fabric on One Kings Lane {a capsule collection} and then I saw them again in Domino Magazine and I had to look it up. Besides the fact that I love the majority of the designs, I can’t help but get excited that so much of the aesthetic is inspired by the founder’s global travels. And it’s pretty apparent in his designs!

Each textile has a unique name and has a description of how the design was inspired and derived from. I’ve picked a few of my favorites!

byzantine 800

Basilica | Inspired by the aqueducts that lie beneath Istanbul and the famous Medusa head from Greek mythology

khotan 800

Ichotan | Inspired by the vintage design of the rug that inspired it. Comes in two other amazing colors!

pazuru 800

Pazuru | Translates from the Japanese word “puzzle” and was inspired by old-kimono patterns and architectural details. This fabric would amazing pillows- almost reminds me of a boho look that Amber Interiors would use.

postage 800

Postage | A classic windowpane design that pays homage to men’s suiting with a relaxed vibe.

tibetano 800

Tibetano | A paisley-type of motif that is inspired by ancient garb. Comes in a variety of colors.

tulu 800


Tulu | Inspired by the Turkish heavy-pile rug, that is known for their minimalistic and tribal design.


uroku 800

Uroko | Is the Japanese word for “scale” like that in a fish or a snake.

I think I enjoy the fabric even more because of the story and concept behind the design. It makes you look at the pillow or arm chair in a whole new light. Not to mention, the designs would be a great way to add a global touch to a space.