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Explore - Textile Design
Take a tabletop exploration of India with these hand-printed linen covers. Inspired by the designer’s own travels, the bold graphics can transform even your blandest casserole into a lively...
This 100 percent New Zealand wool rug gives you the stunning plane’s eye view of America’s cultivated heartland that usually only accompanies a $7 snack box and—of course—a...
Keep your keys, pens, knitting, or change handy in this eye-catching catchall from textile legend Marimekko.
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...
Made to order in the heart of Los Angeles from luxurious foreign fabrics, the 600-thread-count Sei duvet cover is cut and sewn at Matteo’s factory, which is adjacent to its design studio....
I ogled this digitally printed tablecloth at the design store HAY in Copenhagen, and was pleased to discover it's available stateside as well. The design, by Copenhagen-based textile and color...
Kilim-style wool rugs from Barcelona's Nani Marquina allude to Spain's Moorish past. Their black and white geometric patterns and bands of color are woven by hand in Pakistan.
French industrial designer Accoceberry’s braid-like rugs for Chevalier are hand-knotted in Nepal from wool or a wool-silk blend.
Weinrib’s reversible flatweave carpets, like this one inspired by African prints, are hand-woven in India from natural cotton.
Figuerola’s design emulates a type of vernacular Moroccan textile that combines three techniques: embroidery, weaving, and knotting.
The undulating stripes in Missoni’s velour Tapetti collection are like haute couture for the floor – not for the faint of heart.
The Studio Collection is The Rug Company’s first “entry-level” line. The range of handmade cotton dhurries is reasonably priced and available in 18 color-saturated prints.
A hand-printed pattern of dots adorns these 280-thread-count Egyptian cotton sheets.
This cotton percale duvet has wide stripes on one side and narrow ones on the other—a boon if you like variations on a theme.
More chic than your average quilt, this mod reversible bed covering boasts bold colors and playful stitching.
Three cheers for Live Good’s sustainability commitment. Its finished products and components are made in the United States, like the organic cotton fabric and wooden buttons.
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,...