You know I have a thing for textiles, so when I was introduced textile designer, Caroline Cecil I knew I had to share her creations with you! Based in San Francisco, Cecil has worked in the textile industry for years designing for A-list fashion designers including Vera Wang and Carolina Herrera before launching her own company. In her debut collection, “La Vie Imprimée” the art of hand screen printing in celebrated. French for “a printed life”, the title reflects the process by which they produce the fabrics. Each design begins as an india ink painting, and is translated onto heritage and premium ground cloths via hand screen printing. (swoon!) The collection delivers brilliant colors, contemporary patterns and gorgeous quality. I think you’ll love it too!
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Holly Becker of Decor8 recently unveiled her adorable new entry showcasing the chicest pineapple wallpaper (swoon). A symbol of hospitality and friendship, the pineapple motif is a perfect choice for welcoming guests into the home. I particularity love the contemporary pattern by Aimee Wilder in gold metallic.
For today’s Friday Find I’ve rounded-up some fun home decor and fashion accessories featuring this tropical fruit.
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Happy Friday! I don’t know about you, but this was a long week and I’m glad the weekend is here. To celebrate, I’ve rounded up some very pretty home decor. As I was pulling items that caught my eye, I noticed a pattern… lots of neutrals and some pops of hot pink. Isn’t the triangle rug (#1) fabulous! Loving these girly home decor looks!
5. love pillow
And a sale alert! Tiny Prints is offering 25% off your order or 30% off your order of $99+ with promo code TPAFF2530 at checkout – ending 6/30. It’s a great time to stock up on personalized stationary, notebooks and address labels.
I’ve admired Ronda Carman for along time. Her blog, All the Best was one of the first design blogs I gravitated to when I started blogging six years ago. Last year, Ronda set sail on a new venture in textiles. While living in Scotland for eight years, she fell in love with the century-old textile mills of the region and found that American interiors designers had little access to these classic fabrics. As a result, Ronda Carman Fine Fabrics was born and offers traditional Scottish textiles with a modern twist. Her to the trade collection features over 350 wools and cashmeres in a variety of patterns including plaids, checks and pinstripes. But, what makes the textiles so special are the colorways Ronda’s selected. Icy blues, hot pinks and grey-blues are just some of the gorgeous colors that give these timeless patterns a fresh look. Love this!
I’ve rounded up just a few of my favorites today.