9 Textile Designs We Love
From a geometric trivet to Spanish-inspired throw pillows, these nine textile design products will add a little pop to any addition to your space.
This wool carpet typifies craft in the digital age: It’s hand-tufted into a pattern inspired by pixelated kaleidoscope images.
A reversible perky polka-dot pattern in jacquard weave graces this jaunty merino wool blanket by Copenhagen textile designer Anne Rosenberg.
A mixture of neutrally toned felt "pebbles" comprises this plush rug that comes in two sizes: 3' x 5' and 5' x 8'.
Inigo Elizalde’s woven dhurries are hand-knotted in Nepal, but he’s deconstructed a few of his boldest patterns into a collection of pillows, all printed in North Carolina and sewn in New York City.
Weinrib’s reversible flatweave carpets, like this one inspired by African prints, are hand-woven in India from natural cotton.
Black and white buildings nestled between the grayscale trees bring the beauty of urban nature to this hemp and organic-cotton fabric from the Finnish design team at Fokus Fabrik. The repeating monochromatic pattern would be perfect as an accent pillow or window covering; Contact the Finnish Design Shop for prices, and shipping to the US.
This 100-percent wool felt trivet is an attractive array of interlocking triangles. In addition to protecting your prized pieces of furniture from hot kettles or casseroles, it also champions a noble cause: The Hexmat is handmade as part of a job-creation program for homeless women in Portland, Oregon.
Color us glad to have come across the lovely textiles from Autralia-based designer Rachel Castle. Her collection of bright-but-simple bedlinens, throws, cushions, and embroidered artwork is beyond swoon-worthy, and would add a crisp and clean, but also über-comfy look to your home decor.
Wool felt takes on a new dimension, literally. The fluted patterns have been used for cushions, but could clad a whole room.