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 →

It seems to be all artist are making textiles and wallpaper with the current ease of digital printing.   Many seem to look similar but Windy O’Connor is the exception.   Her works from canvas to paper are textile are DIVINE! Here are a few of my very favorites, Keep your eyes peeled for a.. read more →

This Textile Tuesday I am mesmerized by Anna French.  Inspired by Japanese design ethos and culture, the Nara collections are a modern interpretation of the natural world around us. An ethereal aesthetic emanates from the antique documents which inspire many of the designs. Patterns are influenced by Japanese architecture, woodcuts and watercolor techniques, and feature traditional.. read more →

This Textile Tuesday is an introduction to a creative great that rocked the design work with his groundbreaking designs. Enjoy getting to know Josef Frank…. AT SVENSKT TENN, Josef Frank received both a unique stage and invaluable help from Estrid Ericson, who was an exceptionally artistically inclined producer. He awarded her by being extremely productive:.. read more →

This Textile Tuesday is an introduction to a creative guru that is already a household name. SERENA DUGAN is an artist and textile designer based in Sausalito, California. With an education in both Psychology and Fine Art, Serena has spent the past 20 years developing her imprint as a painter and designer — first as.. read more →

New textiles make me happy.  I am a busy bee putting together lots of projects. The new William Yeoward Collection of FLORIAN FABRICS is a beauty to behold! Statement batik style and damask prints, embroideries and robust weaves A very personal collection by William Yeoward reflecting on a patchwork of memories. From batik style prints to more.. read more →

I little pretty to pass the time… I was introduced to Boeme Design years ago at Decorex in London. I was immediatly drawn to their loose watercolor prints on velvet. I love anything velvet (sorry Kane). These are three of my favorite magical prints on velvet that are divine on any upholstery.. Ocampo Punch Paon.. read more →