Dana Butterfly Floor Cloth

Dana Butterfly Floor Cloth

Printed vinyl with a cushioned back. Made in the USA.
2′ x 5′

Dana-Thomas House, 1902, Springfield, IL. The Dana-Thomas House was built for Susan Lawrence Dana, a forward-thinking socialite. The home was later owned by Charles and Nanette Thomas. Because of the unlimited budget of the patron, Frank Lloyd Wright created some of his finest and most detailed art glass compositions for Dana’s elaborate home. The art glass designs from nature have been interpreted, reduced to their basic geometry, and used on more than two hundred windows, doors, skylight panels, and light fixtures throughout the home. This design is an adaptation from the abstract butterfly motif on the fan-shaped art glass at the entrance of Dana House.

About the Frank Lloyd Wright Collection

Classic Rug Collection was selected by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation to design and market several series of rugs based on Wright’s designs. The company was chosen in part based on my Klimt Collection, which illustrates beautifully how I can work with an artist’s designs to interpret them and translate them into rugs. The most important part of the collection is the Signature Series, a group of hand-knotted and hand-tufted rugs made at the highest quality level. The initial collection has five rugs and two runners.

Custom sizes and designs are available. Please call or  email for more information. storesales@FrankLloydWright.org / (480)-627-5398

Please Note: This is a drop ship item and will ship directly to you from the manufacturer. Please allow 3-6 weeks for delivery. Shipping included only within the Continental U.S. 

  • Drop ship items are final sales and non-returnable

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A portion of this purchase price supports the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation’s work to inspire people to discover and embrace an architecture for better living through meaningful connections to nature, the arts, and each other. Your purchase also supports the preservation of Frank Lloyd Wright’s buildings for future generations to enjoy.