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Explore - Textile Design
In the early 1950s Lucienne Day (1917-2010) shook the textile industry, inciting a host of copycats and transforming popular taste. Here we revisit a selection of her lively, original designs.02.04.10
Maija Louekari was born in Oulu, Finland in 1982. Her designs for Marimekko exhibit a marked sense of location, time, and space. She has portrayed both the crowds of metropolises as the fabric...01.13.10
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,...
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...
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...
Matthew Lenoci founded MATTEO in 1996 to create simple sheets from the most luxurious textiles in the world. MATTEO sews in Los Angeles in a large workshop adjacent to their design studio. The...08.31.11
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.
A hand-printed pattern of dots adorns these 280-thread-count Egyptian cotton sheets.
From Donna's website: Donna Wilson Questions and Answers 1.First of all, please tell me how you got into knitting. I started knitting during my MA at Grays School of Art, Aberdeen in Scotland. I ...06.01.09
One of our new favorite blankets is by Spanish company Teixidors, a small-scale textile maker that weaves its environmentally minded wares in Terrassa, a city in Catalonia. A collaboration with...
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.
The undulating stripes in Missoni’s velour Tapetti collection are like haute couture for the floor – not for the faint of heart.
Figuerola’s design emulates a type of vernacular Moroccan textile that combines three techniques: embroidery, weaving, and knotting.
Weinrib’s reversible flatweave carpets, like this one inspired by African prints, are hand-woven in India from natural cotton.
French industrial designer Accoceberry’s braid-like rugs for Chevalier are hand-knotted in Nepal from wool or a wool-silk blend.
Designer and founder Stephanie Housley is a graduate of Rhode Island School of Design. She has been living and working in New York as a textile designer, specializing in woven fabrics. Stephanie...01.04.11
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.