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Ella Lou –

Jun 25, 2013 | Leave a Comment

turkish towel, fouta towel, hammam towel

Ella Lou’s Turkish towels come in a kaleidoscope of bright summer colors, and in sizes to suit man, woman, and child (not to mention table, chair, and bed).

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Sian Elin –

Jun 19, 2013 | 1 Comment

british textile, textile small business, british design textile

Bright, cheerful, clean, and crisp are a few of the words that could describe Sian Elin’s textile designs for pillows, yardage, and tea towels. Working from Wales, and inspired by design motifs from around the globe, Elin’s small business has garnered the attention of The Guardian newspaper for her local production practices.

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Luru Home –

May 29, 2013 | Leave a Comment

nankeen dying, indigo fabric, indigo print

Luru Home produces pillows, table linens, and accessories with striking patterns in indigo, black, white, and cream. Their aesthetic is directly linked to the Chinese tradition of Nankeen dying, which they write about here.

Via House Beautiful.

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Comma Workshop –

May 10, 2013 | 1 Comment

custom quilt, writing quilt, bespoke quilt

 

Comma Workshop fuses text and textile into quilts that are minimalist and unabashedly “crafted” at the same time. The concept, design, and written content are all the work of Kerry Larkin who founded the company in 2010. Individual quilts are made to order and are produced by a network of quilters in Colorado who move at their own pace, taking in as much or as little Comma work as they like. For more about Larkin and the company click here.

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Coral & Tusk –

Apr 16, 2013 | Leave a Comment

fox textile, wes anderson fabric, whimsical kid pillows

With the same quirky and whimsical sensibility of a Wes Anderson movie, Coral & Tusk textile designer Stephanie Housley and her husband Chris Lacinak make foxes, badgers, and bears come alive with distinctly human personalities.

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Eleanor Pritchard –

Apr 11, 2013 | Leave a Comment

british textile, bespoke handwoven textile

British textile designer Eleanor Pritchard offers a beautiful collection of blankets on her website, describing them (justly) like a sommelier would a fine wine: Incorporating tessellating geometrics, bold stripes and reversible patterns this collection is woven in a palette which combines chalky neutrals, sharp accents and deep inky tones. The aesthetic is clean and contemporary with a nod to English midcentury design.

Via Colorful Beautiful Things.

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Parris Wakefield –

Apr 8, 2013 | 2 Comments

pop art pattern, 60's pattern, british textile

Major color and pattern by British designers Sarah Parris and Howard Wakefield. See their website here.

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Brahms Mount –

Mar 18, 2013 | Leave a Comment

linen blanket, american blanket, linen towel

Brahms Mount, based in Maine, has no reason to tinker with an enduring design formula — they’ve been weaving timeless blankets in linen, cotton, and wool for almost thirty years.

Via Nicky Kehoe.

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Aunti Oti –

Mar 15, 2013 | Leave a Comment

indian textile, khadi, indian blanket

“Purveying the everyday of India”, Aunti Oti supplies a range of  “humble” and “handmade” Indian textiles including scarves, shawls, bedding and table linens.

Via T Magazine.

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The Moroccan Room –

Mar 13, 2013 | Leave a Comment

moroccan textile, moroccan carpet

Here’s a new little corner of the internet to make note of: The Moroccan Room. Along with a sundry of non-textile items they carry boucherouitte and beni ourain rugs, as well as pillows and poufs.

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