Posts tagged ‘high-end’

Jonathan Adler for Kravet

  We have a Jonathan Adler store in Austin and it’s got to be one of the happiest places on earth. Except for sad old me bringing things down because I can’t afford anything. I drive past the window every morning and the “Your 24-Hour Pot Dealer” slogan under the URL always makes the subconscious [...]

Borderline Fabrics

Borderline Fabrics is a London textile company producing “an eclectic collection of prints and weaves from 1730 to the present day for the upholstery and curtain trade.” This beautiful design from the 1930s by E.Q. Nicholson is called Black Goose, and it is available in blue and brown colorways on 100% linen. The U.S. distributor is Lucy [...]

Neisha Crosland

{ Hollywood Grape } Neisha Crosland‘s intensely beautiful interior fabrics are the height of luxury, with lots of velvet, metallics, and embroidery. They are available, surprisingly, not to the trade only, but direct to consumers via her web store, along with gorgeous wallpapers, tiles, prints, stationery and office supplies, and silk scarves. { Firework Flower [...]

Celia Birtwell

{ Beasties } Iconic British textile designer Celia Birtwell has a new collaboration with Uniqlo, so you can own and wear some of her classic prints at a great value. For the occasion I thought I’d share some of the fabrics available from her website. They are hand-screenprinted onto heavyweight linen (some on cotton). It’s [...]

Sister Parish

Sister Parish was a interior designer and socialite famous in the 60s and on for her work on the Kennedy White House and for her take on the English country house look. I’m deducing that she was at least partially responsible for the quilt revival of the 70s. Today, her granddaughter Susan Bartlett Crater, and Parish’s onetime apprentice Libby Cameron, [...]

Tamurakoma & Co.

Tamurakoma & Co. is more than 100 years old but this was their first time at quilt market. Everyone was abuzz about their collection by Sou Sou, calling it a “Japanese Marimekko.” These fabrics may be a bit of a hard sell to U.S. shops since they are narrow goods and pricey (~$80 yard retail), [...]

Zak + Fox

Zak + Fox is a new-to-the-scene textile and interior design company founded by Zak Profera. Fox is the alias for Zak’s dog Shinji. He writes about the inspiration for the company: “I loved the idea of a boy and his dog traversing the globe, unearthing ancient treasures, and bringing them back to modernity. There’s an [...]

Ben the Illustrator

The Ben the Illustrator Collection is actually a joint production of husband-and-wife team Ben and Fiona O’Brien. They offer fabrics digitally printed in the U.K., plus cushions and lampshades made from them. There are 12 prints available, printed on Cotton Half Panama (a type I’ve never heard of, and it’s not in my Dan River [...]

Imogen Heath

{ Viaduct and Starling } I saw Imogen Heath’s bedding on Bloesem and was excited to find, after following the link, that she offers fabric yardage of her designs as well. These digitally printed fabrics are printed on a 56″ wide, home dec weight 50/50 cotton/linen blend and are available through Not on the High [...]