My latest Emma J. Shipley fabric crush has captured my attention for Textile Tuesday.  The Lost World Velvet Fabric is part of our magical Wilderie collaboration with interior experts Clarke & Clarke. This design features an enchanting scene of curious peacock-tailed zebras, winding foliage, towering mountains, and mighty dinosaurs in the distance. I nspired by Jules Verne novels and.. read more →

Décors Barbares is the textile design studio of Nathalie Farman-Farma. Her fabrics are inspired by the mix of colors and patterns found in traditional Persian, Central Asian and Russian costumes, as well as in Ballets Russes designs. All the designs are screen printed in France at the highest level of craftsmanship. The result is a.. read more →

I am too hyped up watching the election to focus. I just want to look at pretty things and dream of India and future adventures, Peter Dunham has just the textiles to transport you to prettier places… Isfahan in Raspberry – Big, bold paisleys filled with flowers create a striking textile that is perfect for window.. read more →

Vaughan has exquisite embroidered nd printed textiles. These tribal based beauties are cartable in my current interior projects.  Selendi Embroidered Linen – Based on a Turkish Ottoman textile, this embroidered linen has a bold design. The pattern is produced in a single colour to create a striking visual effect. Sivas Printed Linen – Based on.. read more →

Happy Textile Tuesday and I have found another favorite. I cant resist a printed velvet.   I am smitten with this new ethnic inspired print from Lee Jofa.  Lee Jofa Rio in Jewel velvet Lee Jofa Petropolis in Jewel velvet Daily Desires with the Net-A-Porter Friends and Family sale and the Forward by Elyse Walker.. read more →

I am a lover of nostalgia and Crewel Garden by F. Schumacher certainly nods to that.   I could swear my grandmother, Boo, had this in an upstairs bedroom where I used to stay.  It was on valances with roller shades below and headboards. Based on a document from our archives, this cheery, chain stitched.. read more →

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 →