One of the very best parts of my annual trip to Los Angeles for LCDQ Legends is getting to know other designers and meeting new friends. This year was no exception.  I had the pleasure of making many new friends and acquaintances of various design talents. One up my main objectives other than going to all.. read more →

F. Schumacher has created a faithful reproduction of a never-before-seen design by acclaimed midcentury architect Josef Frank, this pattern bears his signature modernity mixed with whimsy and warmth. I have long been a fan of Josef Frank fabrics and this is no exception. I am needing to use Exotic Butterfly for some lucky client soon. .. read more →

I came across the most gorgeous fabric the other day in the showroom and I cannot stop thinking about it. The name is even dreamy… Aurora in Spectrum.  The bohemian hand dyed effect combined with the linen / poly combo makes the most extraordinary crunchy hand of the fabric like a Thai silk taffeta. I.. read more →

I am newly obsessed with a line I have long known but, was reintroduced today to Christopher Farr Cloth.   Grizzel and Mann was in town showing and I am taken with some new beauties and old alike.  My favorite standout is Kit Kemp’s Traveling Light Wallpaper.  J’adore!  Traveling Light Fabric is a fav too… read more →

I am an admitted wallpaper textile and fabric junkie. Everyday I come across more and more new collections. I see so much new product it becomes hard to impress me. That being said,  the new Pierre Frey collections have knocked my socks off! They are superb and perfectly timed for Spring i the air. The colors, patterns and.. read more →

I am always a sucker for a painterly fabric.  This collection is no exception.  Konstantin Kakanias for Templeton is a new collection of fine fabrics and wall coverings designed by acclaimed Greek painter and illustrator Konstantin Kakanias in collaboration with Michael S. Smith. The line features a broad array of strikingly colored prints on cotton, linen,.. read more →

I have a HUGE crush on an older Schumacher print in a new color way, Pearl River in Blush. Pearl River was originally produced by Schumacher in 1918, the captivating pattern was ahead of its time, and still feels startlingly sophisticated and fresh today. In original and dramatic new colorways. Suitable for all applications. See.. read more →