Browsing articles in "Pillows + Bedding"

Sarah Nishiura –

Jul 26, 2012 | Leave a Comment

contemporary quilt, pink and gray quilt, lattice quilt

Sarah Nishiura is a Chicago based artist and expert quilt maker with a keen sense of color, composition and detail — as proven by the beautifully crafted quilts featured on her website. You can learn more about Sarah’s design ethic here in a profile by Studio KotoKoto.

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Matt Camron –

Jul 25, 2012 | Leave a Comment

suzani pillow, antique textile pillow, patchwork pillow

For those with a thirsty eye for a wide range of new and antique carpets (and textiles) Matt Camron’s site is a great source for inspiration and visual reference. The suzani patchwork pillow cover pictured above is among his many colorful offerings.

Via Interior Design magazine.

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Wolfum –

Jul 22, 2012 | Leave a Comment

organic cotton linen, organic pillow, organic table linen

Tomato, grey, cream, navy, peach, sky & mustard: the color combination listed for Wolfum’s Squaresville pillow sums up the slightly off-beat sensibility that makes the company refreshingly out of step with the bright whites of spot-on trends.

Via Apartment Therapy.

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Amy Ahlstrom –

Jul 17, 2012 | Leave a Comment

urban quilt, graphic quilt, san francisco quilt

Self described “urban quilter” Amy Ahlstrom makes deliciously bold and colorful quilts that incorporate inspiration and imagery from pop-art, graffiti, and the ubiquitous signage of city life.

Via made in Slant.

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Folklore –

Jul 8, 2012 | Leave a Comment

natural blanket, striped blanket, english blanket

Handmade on 100 year old shuttle looms, this linen “day blanket” is one of many “simple life” totems offered by the British company Folklore.

Via Dezeen.

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Latest & Greatest –

Jul 5, 2012 | Leave a Comment

vintage batik, indonesian textile, indonesian fabric

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:

Adam + Viktoria (represented by Lisa Fontanarosa)

Tony Kitz


Edit (represented by Studio Four NYC)


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Laura Fisher Quilts –

Jun 28, 2012 | 1 Comment

vintage quilts, american quilts, target quilt

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”.

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Caitlin Wilson Textiles –

Jun 24, 2012 | Leave a Comment

zig zag pillow, latice pillow, cheveron pillow

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.

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Counterpane –

Jun 21, 2012 | Leave a Comment

designer quilt, couture quilt

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.


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Yudan –

Jun 12, 2012 | Leave a Comment

uzbekistan textile, central asian textile, patchwork carpet

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.

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