...not the fabric but the restaurant!
There is a new locally owned restaurant in mid-town Phoenix located right on Central Avenue. It's called Corduroy and it's in a building that was formerly a Schlotzky's sandwich shop. The menu feature a large number of shared plates or tapas along with entrees, salads and sandwiches all with a just a bit of a Spanish touch. That's Spanish as in Spain, not Mexico.
The inside is warm and casual with exposed brick walls and stylish wicker furniture. You can't see it in this photo but, the ceiling is covered with patterned tin tiles adding to the polished look. I've been twice now and have enjoyed everything that I've tried. I love the empanadas and the "Cuban Cigars" are quite tasty. Those are like egg rolls with meats and cheese inside.
One of my favorite parts of the decor were these great Mission style lamps. I'd love to take one home with me.
If you live in Phoenix, give Corduroy a try. I think you'll find lots of tasty things await you.