Terrific Tulu Textiles



Are you ready to blitz your bedroom with some bohemian textiles?

 I certainly am.


I am crazy about this line of textiles and linens.  The tribal, ethic and color appeals to my aesthetic.  

elizabeth hewitt, tulu’s designer and owner, began her work as an antique textile dealer and collector. a constant traveller – to india, central asia, indonesia, burma, morocco, spain – elizabeth is constantly collecting – fabrics, objects, sights, sounds, colors, stories – and incorporating them into her work:

i take photos of tin cans and funny walls and worn down marble, then I do a painting and that becomes a design. i cut up paper and photos and words. i paint and sketch ideas that come from hearing live music, reading a good book, hearing a story. i am just following what i am feeling or loving. i love 20th-century design and art. and i love crusty old textiles and antiques. i especially love crusty old textiles that look like they were designed in 1950 but were actually made in some weird place 200 years ago.

(from cover magazine, spring 2011)

See much more of the line HERE










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