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Workroom C –

Jan 8, 2013 | Leave a Comment

custom textile, custom fabric pattern

With her recent introduction of Workroom C, Carolyn Rebuffel is expanding beyond her eponymous San Francisco based interior design business into the world of textile design and production. The workroom’s friendly web interface offers a selection of five patterns in a total of twenty eight colors for fabric, pillow, and drapery orders. A range of custom commissions are also welcomed via a “bespoke request form“. Apart from demonstrating a daunting level of personal initiative, Rebuffel’s endeavor is a great example of a new hybrid taking stronger root within the world of interior design — “exclusive” services with “inclusive” access.

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Charlotte Lancelot –

Dec 5, 2012 | Leave a Comment

flower carpet, contemporary stitchwork, rose carpet

in her carpet collection for GAN, Charlotte Lancelot deconstructs traditional cross-stitch patterns and makes them into something new — and decidedly contemporary.

Via Design Milk.

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Publisher Textiles –

Nov 27, 2012 | Leave a Comment

screen printed fabric, building print fabric

Publisher Textiles makes hand printed fabrics, wallpaper, and pillows in their Sydney studio. Their Hibernian House fabric comes in three colorways and can be custom ordered (with a 5 meter minimum) to match any Pantone color.

Via The Finders Keepers.

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Katie Leede –

Nov 23, 2012 | Leave a Comment

katie leede fabric, egypt inspired fabric

Katie Leede’s “Bachus” pattern (above) is one of several prints in her Egyptian-inspired “Ra” collection. Visit her website for the full line.

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South Street Linen –

Nov 1, 2012 | Leave a Comment

contemporary table linen, hand print linen, screen print linen

The women behind South Street Linen are inspired by “well-worn ephemera, the geometric patterns of architecture, and things Japanese and Scandinavian”. Their wares include linen for the body, the table, and the home .

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Rose de Borman –

Oct 30, 2012 | Leave a Comment

rose de borman, painted pillows, painted textile, dog pillow

The November issue of The World of Interiors has a colorful 5-page spread on the studio and artwork of Rose de Borman. As her website attests, Rose brings her whimsical and primitivist style to a range of mediums, including textiles. Her painted pillows and bags depict a menagerie of dogs, cats, pigeons, narwhals and leopards — with a few geometric patterns mixed in.

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Doug Johnston –

Sep 18, 2012 | Leave a Comment

textile stool, fabric stool, contemporary bean bag chair,

“Stool 2”
by designer Doug Johnston is described this way on Matter’s website: These stools utilize an old crafting technique in which rope or cord is coiled and stitched to forms bowls and baskets. The technique is itself based on the ancient method of making ceramic coiled pots as well as coiled basketry. Using raw 100% cotton braided cord, often called sash cord, and colored sewing thread, they are individually sewn on an industrial zig-zag sewing machine without the use of forms or molds. Pretty cool.

Via Dwell.

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Gaawaa Miyay –

Sep 16, 2012 | Leave a Comment

australian textile, australian screen printing, australian fabric

An Australian of traditional Yuwaalaraay descent, Lucy Simpson makes the stories and artistry of her heritage accessible to a contemporary audience through her textile label Gaawaa Miyay. Watch an inspiring video about her company here.

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Sol Marsico –

Sep 6, 2012 | Leave a Comment

textile jewelry, fabric jewelry

Sol Marsico’s textile jewelry can be organically sculptural, mathematically precise and meditatively rhythmic all at the same time. Visit her blog here and samples of her work for sale here.

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