Past, present, and future collide in Brook Perdigon's latest colection: Impressions. Like wildflowers on a path, memories often find us, rooted in nostalgia and dreams. They emerge, take shape, and reveal connections across time and worlds. A box of childhood flower paintings, an old photograph with granny’s floral sofa, a rare lotus print from before our time. Every hand-painted petal, leaf, and line is rendered with loose brushstrokes, stemming from an artist’s intuitive hand, guided by wonder. From our closest, most intimate bonds, a foray into flowering patterns comes to life.
TAMAM is the work of designers and dealers Clare Louise Frost, Elizabeth Hewitt, and Hüseyin Kaplan. Based in Istanbul and NYC, TAMAM specializes in antique and vintage Turkish, Central Asian and NW Indian textiles, treasures, and much more.
TAMAM's own brand of handmade products is inspired by a deep love and appreciation for antique Ottoman ceramics, textiles, jewelry, and other arts, and their new fabric line re-interprets these designs in a unique way.
The KUFRI mission is to champion the craft of handloom weaving, to provide employment to women and aging weavers, and promote a conscious, beautiful life at home through their products. Founder, Mili Suleman, was born in India and raised in the Middle East. Mili’s collection of textiles is not meant to be perfect, but rather unique. They are raw, genuine and inspiring like the people that make them and the people that use them.
Dive into Serena Dugan's new block print collection, all printed by hand in Jaipur, India on a 100% cotton twill ground. Featuring five new patterns, in a selection of colorways, these organic and "imperfect" hand-made prints are ready to mix and match into your schemes.
Meet Rousseau & Hopper, Milton Textile's latest fabric collections. Collection Rousseau, inspired by Henri Rousseau's "Tropical Forest with Monkeys", features rich, earthy shades to transport you to exotic gardens. Collection Hopper brings to mind a lazy summer day on the coast, as if you just stepped out of Edward Hopper's "Lighthouse at Two Lights" painting.