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Explore - Textile Design
This wool-polyester blanket has a pixelated graphic rendered in muted greens, plums, and blues, and a cozy taupe underside.
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...
Inspired by vernacular traditions, Providence-based Meg Callahan used a very contemporary production technique, digital printing, to make this seemingly quilted blanket for Matter’s in-house...
The Classic Line from Brooklyn-based Eskayel consists of traditional clay-coated paper made from responsibly sourced fibers. We love the gently faded, watercolor-esque look of the Akimbo 8 design,...
Sculptural walls for your space, available in 44 different designs.
The pattern and eco-ethic of this silk pillow are on point. The material is hand-loomed by a sustainably minded cooperative and the playful dots will accent sofas, armchairs, and beds in need of a...
Bedlinen maven Coyuchi has released an organic wool herringbone blanket crafted in Maine by Brahms Mount, packaged in an eco-friendly wood box.
A mixture of neutrally toned felt "pebbles" comprises this plush rug that comes in two sizes: 3' x 5' and 5' x 8'.
A reversible perky polka-dot pattern in jacquard weave graces this jaunty merino wool blanket by Copenhagen textile designer Anne Rosenberg.
This wool carpet typifies craft in the digital age: It’s hand-tufted into a pattern inspired by pixelated kaleidoscope images.
100 percent linen
100 percent acrylic
These cashmere-and-merino wool blankets are woven at a 250-year-old mill in Scotland; cleverly, the pattern spells out the word “love” in Morse code.
Quinn’s bespoke sound-absorbing wall panels combine natural wool felt with three-dimensional patterning, which engenders greater surface area and flow resistance to reduce ambient noise levels....
This particular collection, from an Australian rug company with an eye for subtle color variations and rich materials, uses yarn unraveled from vintage kilims.
Cheery, textured textiles for the beach or poolside designed by the impresarios of pastel, Dutch design duo Stefan Scholten and Carole Baijings.
Fade- and mildew-resistant Sunbrella fabric in an ironwork pattern.
A solution-dyed acrylic-and-polyester blend is available in five colors.
The first outdoor fabric from the Danish textile company is made of polyolefin fiber.