Karen Vibeke Klint - Textile Pattern

Karen Vibeke Klinti s a Danish weaver and textile designer, educated in 1949 from the Arts and Crafts School in Copenhagen . Vibeke Klint has been extremely active in the latter half of the twentieth century, both as a craftsman, designer, teacher,.Read More →

Sven Markelius Chairs

Sven Markeilus (1889- 1972) was a Swedish Architect, Town Planner and textile designer born in Stockholm.

He taught in Stockholm and at Yale University. In the 1950s, Markelius designed simple wooden furniture and printed fabrics with Astrid Sampe, produced by Nordiska in Stockholm.Read More →

Jacqueline Groag Textiles

Jacqueline Groag (1903 – 1986) was a Czech textile designer and ceramicist. Born in Prague she studied in Vienna at the Kunstgewerbeschule during the 1920s. In 1937 she moved to Paris where she designed dress prints for Jeanne Lanvin, Elsa Schiparelli and others.Read More →

There are a few things that can improve the quality of your outdoor areas like a deck can. It is the most versatile addition that you can update your backyard, courtyard, porch or garden with. I mean, there are just so many things that you can do with a deck,Read More →

It’s a pattern that dates back to the Roman Empire and Ancient Egypt. Yet it never seems to go out of style. We’re talking about herringbone — a design aesthetic that the experts say is trending higher lately in home design and which can instantly add an upscale look andRead More →

Throws & Movies To Ease the Daylight Savings Time Conundrum

And so once again, the season of disconcerting time changes and a deep longing for one’s bed at 7 pm has arrived. It is what it is. Take consolation in the increased opportunity for some quality “me” time, complete with some comfort food, movies and couch time (if hitting theRead More →

Lena Meyer-Bergner, design drawing, 1936. Via Galerie Ulrich Fiedler, Berlin Bergner (1906-1981) was one of the outstanding textile designers at the Bauhaus. After some years in the Soviet Union she married Hannes Meyer in 1937, who had been the second director of the design school, and went with him to MexicoRead More →

Scary monsters and crocheted creeps: The knitted brutality of Tracy Widdess A knitted mask by artist Tracy Widdess. In an interview included in the 2014 book Strange Material: Storytelling through Textiles , British Columbia-based artist Tracy Widdess says she began knitting nearly twenty years ago. Source: Scary monsters and crochetedRead More →

Tammy Kanat creates textile art that’s larger than life. Her colorful, highly-textural wall hangings feature organic circular and oval shapes that are a celebration of materials. “For me,” she says , “weaving projects a mood. I follow my instinct to create designs that feel balanced. Source: Larger-Than-Life Weavings are aRead More →

A selection of cool assorted textures and patterns – FREE. Read More →

New visual experiments by Andrei Robu (www.robu.co) Source: Let’s get Funky!Read More →

The Pride Cloud pin is available for purchase! Buy one get the second one half off until Monday! — http://joannabehar.bigcartel.com/ https://www.etsy.com/fr/shop/joannabehar Source: Pride Cloud PinRead More →

John Rodriquez became well known for his textile designs in the early 1950’s. He introduced a unique Australian Style. His abstract textile designs included everyday household items tea towels and curtains. The materials were sunburnt Australian shades, “deep and muted, sometimes almost three dimensional”. Greys, yellows and greens were theRead More →