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  1. 10 Warm Throws

    10 Warm Throws

    For the long autumn nights through the first signs of spring, here's a collection of blankets and throws to make your time inside on chilly days and nights nice and toasty warm.

    written by: Jordan Kushins
    10.20.10

  2. Graphic Carpet Ride

    Graphic Carpet Ride

    Like typography savants, textile cognoscenti occupy a healthy chunk of the modernist population—as they should, since woven accessories are essential for warming up a stark, streamlined...

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    06.05.12

  3. Fabric Focus 1: Digital Prints

    Fabric Focus 1: Digital Prints

    This season's bold fabrics can enliven even the smallest project. Three interior design experts share tips on making the most of limited yardage.

    02.04.13

  4. Fabric Focus 2: Textured Neutrals

    Fabric Focus 2: Textured Neutrals

    Black, white, and tan don't have to be boring. Choose neutral hues in raised patterns and velvety textures for maximum impact.

    02.05.13

  5. Fabric Focus 3: One-Two Punch

    Fabric Focus 3: One-Two Punch

    These Pop-inspired brights pack a double whammy of bold pattern and geometric influence.

    02.07.13

  6. Shape Shifters

    Shape Shifters

    Incorporating a wide array of geometries—like a pendant lamp inspired by the Fibonacci sequence or six-sided acoustic wall tiles—is a sure thing for playing up visual interest in an interior.

    02.25.13

  7. 9 Textile Designs We Love

    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.

    06.30.13

  8. Donna Wilson

    Donna Wilson is a Scottish-born designer who works from a London studio. Wilson began her career in 2003 when she presented hand-knitted creatures in her final show at the Royal College of Art....

    06.01.09

  9. Marianne Strengell

    Marianne Strengell

    Marianne Strengell (1909–1998) was one of the twentieth century’s most influential textile designers, executing many commissions for Hammarstrom, Breuer, and Eero Saarinen & Associ...

    03.10.10

  10. Maija Louekari

    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

  11. In Memoriam: Lucienne Day

    In Memoriam: Lucienne Day

    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

  12. Karen Barbé

    Karen Barbé is a textile designer based in Santiago, Chile.

    03.05.10

  13. Rachel Castle

    Rachel Castle has spent the past 20 years working in the homewear industry both in Australia and abroad. Prior to CASTLE, Rachel was joint founder of London-based branding and design agency, The...

    03.11.10

  14. Stephanie Housley

     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....

    01.04.11

  15. Madeline Weinrib

    Madeline Weinrib

    Based in New York City, Weinrib has created a contemporary design style that simultaneously reflects both the classic and modern. Her work ranges from her collections of heirloom quality carpets...

    05.30.12

  16. Sandra Figuerola

    Sandra Figuerola

    Based in Spain, Figuerola's work varies from textile design to graphic and editorial design. Her primary focus is on cultural design, especially with contemporary languages.  

    05.30.12

  17. Kate Blee

    Kate Blee

    Kate Blee studied at Edinburgh College of Art between 1980 and 1984 and set up her studio in London in 1986. She has been involved in a wide range of exhibitions, installations and commissions all...

    02.01.13

  18. Christopher Farr

    Christopher Farr

    Christopher Farr has been at the spearhead of contemporary rug design for over 20 years. He and his business partner Matthew Bourne were the catalyst that revolutionized contemporary rug design....

    02.22.13

  19. Meg Callahan

    Meg Callahan

    Raised in the great state of Oklahoma, Meg Callahan went on to study at the Rhode Island School of Design where she discovered her interest in the value of the handmade in contemporary life as well...

    09.26.13

  20. Annika Rimala

    Annika Rimala studied graphic arts at the Institute of Industrial Arts of Helsinki. Her neighbor noticed Annika's design-eye early on and encouraged her to work at Marimekko. Her first job at...

    10.21.13

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