My latest Textile Tuesday find is Ottoline. Ottoline is a London based Dutch design house founded by Ottoline de Vries. Ottoline is known for her playful use of colour and composition. A profound love for nature and art and an appreciation for fine product inform Ottoline’s endless inspiration for unique, refreshing and contemporary patterns. I love that these prints have a nod to tradition.. read more →

I am always a fan of the talented designers at Lacefield Designs. I am crazy for this new modern hand painted damask, Fleur. It is vibrant and happy just like the collection I designed with them.  Nordstrom Sale goes live tomorrow to the public. Shop my picks HERE! Daily Desires: (email subscribers open in a.. read more →

I have been in a fabulously floral mood as of late.   I cannot get enough of pretty linen prints.   This Katie Ridder chair inspired me with my recent favorite. It is Rabarber by Jobs of Sweden. “Jobs Handtryck manufactures timelessly classic fabrics, without trying to satisfy fashion or interior trends. Here the focus.. read more →

Covid quarantine has created a resurgence for the love of tie dye. I have never lost my love for this craft but is back for fashion, home and much more. I am crushing on Arlo by Clarence House. She would make a killer sofa or daybed.    Daily Desires: (email subscribers open in a browser.. read more →

Hermès prints are the very best.   From scarves to textiles their designs are aways mesmerizing and full of hidden surprises like this recent favorite ANIMAUX CAMOUFLÉS. I would love to do a family room or den around this beauty.  In this eclectic fantasy jungle, Jan Bajtlik has composed a tropical camouflage where fauna and flora.. read more →

  I am loving Lisa Fine Textiles. They transport me to India with the beautiful block prints. Enjoy a few of my favorites on Textile Tuesday.    Daily Desires: (email subscribers open in a browser to view content) Be sure to subscribe to THE ENGLISH ROOM for extra news, giveaways and discounts. See & shop my Lacefield Designs.. read more →

Do I have a Textile Tuesday treat for you! Aloka’s soft goods are made from a repurposed material constructed of layers of vintage saris stitched into durable quilts. These quilts, most 60-80 years old, have been carefully selected then prepared for production with rigorous shampooing and softening. Aloka’s creative team then reimagines some of them in.. read more →