Via Dezeen.Pin It
Via Dezeen.Pin It
Several weeks ago I quietly debuted my new Dering Hall storefront; as of today I’m officially opening its (virtual) doors! The completing addition is the first batch in a collection of vintage Indo European batiks from the studio of IndoArts. These textiles are amazing works of both artistry and craftsmanship — and just like the other items represented, they combine color, texture and composition in captivating ways. So without further adieu, I’m happy to report that the Fibercopia storefront now includes products from:
Laura Fisher is an expert on antique American quilts with an encyclopedic collection of 18th-19th century quilts, textiles and rugs available for sale on her website. The “target” quilt pictured above is one of several gems that still look vibrantly contemporary despite their age. Laura describes the work as a “monumental exercise of piecing and color placement”.Pin It
Caitlin Wilson’s buoyant debut collection of sherbert colored prints (available by the yard and as pillow covers) seems like the perfect way to start the first full week of summer.
Via La Dolce Vita.Pin It
As described by the Los Angeles Times, Pauline Boyd’s Counterpane quilts “stand out not only for their surprising mix of materials — remnants of Moroccan silk tunics and African wax prints, Balinese sarongs and Mexican embroidered cotton dresses — but also for their unconventional, freehand style.” 100% agreed.
Via L.A. At Home.
It may not be the most glamorous website but there are definitely interesting (budget friendly) things to be discovered at Yudan. This striking 5′x7′ patchwork kilim, for instance, is under $400. Their Turkish siirt blankets are worth checking out as well.Pin It
The Amsterdam studio of Mae Engelgeer is now offering the Woww Collection, a grouping of soft furnishings and accessories punctuated by strong color and bold graphic punch.Pin It
Sukan takes the Etsy storefront concept to a whole new level. With over 1800 items listed – nearly all of which are ikat pillow covers – it’s hard to know where to start (or stop) taking it all in.
Nine Space has a beautifully photographed, edited and produced online catalog that recreates the tactile satisfaction of print material within a digital format. Maybe it’s a budding trend, or something already fully established — regardless, online catalogs like this add a personal element standard websites lack. I’m looking forward to their upcoming collections and their textile-related additions. Above, their herringbone throws.
Via Covet Garden.Pin It