A handful of lovely textiles made with fair trade principles grace Coterie.
Via The Style Files.
Decoration, sculpture – both? In either case, there’s something both surreal and primal about these wool stone pillows from Five Times One.
From Thames & Hudson:
Colour Moves focuses not only on abstract painter and colourist Sonia Delaunay’s art but also her avant-garde fashion designs from her own Atelier Simultané in Paris during the 1920s as well as textiles she designed for the Metz & Co Department store in Amsterdam in the 1930s.
Available for purchase here.
It’s easy to find yourself far aloft and far from home in the search for new textile inspiration. Tonight it’s India with three sites of interest: Masala Chai, Anek Designs (pillow featured here), and the Indian textile importer Maharaja Me.
Here’s a gem of a site that offers over ten years’ worth of delightfully idiosyncratic original textile patterns to revel in. Above, a cropped version of the company’s 2011 fabric called “turn around”.
Via Eva Lunda.
I love the poetic, introspective sensibility and the soothing, hand-shaped aesthetic of Affaires Nomades.
Via 13 Threads.
Via Style Beat.
Dia Living offers a nicely edited (and presented) selection of hand crafted textiles for the home that includes “one of a kind” items like the vintage Rabari throw pictured above as well as rugs, table linens, bedding, etc.