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Designer Fluff Pillows + Gorgeous Rooms

I’ve been chatting for several weeks with Designer Fluff and finally have a moment to breath to post about these gorgeous pillows that are modern, bold and pattern delicious! They sent in some gorgeous in-situ product shots that really show off the beauty of their cushions. I love seeing them live in a space, makes me want to own some even more. Founder and creative director Audra Canfield is FIT educated and a New York-based Interior Designer. From chevrons to ethnic prints, Designer Fluff has a little something for everyone.

Designer Fluff

Designer Fluff

Designer Fluff

Pillows on a bookcase!

Designer Fluff

Designer Fluff

Designer Fluff

Designer Fluff

Designer Fluff

All pillows shown are offered in a multitude of patterns and each is available in 5 sizes making them perfect for any project. Each pillow is handmade with an attention to detail and fine craftsmanship and made in America.

Stunning pillows and gorgeous spaces. I especially like the room with the built-in window seating…

(images: emily gilbert)

Posted in textiles on October 11, 2011

Melody Miller

It’s always fun to peek in on Atlanta-based designer Melody Miller because she has so many happy patterns in her head and I like how she brings them to life through retro-ish prints and now, her brand new fabric line called Ruby Star Rising for Kokka (available here). Happy brights never let you down, do they? If you’re not a fan of muted hues then Melody will be your new best friend because nothing about her collection is shy or understated! Here are a few favorite prints of mine…

Melody Miller

Melody Miller

Melody Miller

Melody Miller

Melody Miller

Melody Miller

Melody has a blog and an etsy shop that you may want to visit, too!

(images: melody miller)

Posted in textiles on September 07, 2011

MondaysMilk Fabric Shop

Dutch designer and fabric lover Rozalinde Innemee has a webshop called MondaysMilk where she sells beautiful Japanese fabrics alongside others designed in the United States by Eleanor Grosch and Melody Miller. Rozalinde also carries a few pieces from Japanese wooden toy maker Kiko+ who will exhibit at Maison&Objet in Paris this September.

MondaysMilk

MondaysMilk

I particularly love the extensive collection of nani IRO fabrics that she stocks designed by Naomi Ito. I always buy them at the big fabric market that travels around Germany which comes to my city 4x a year (blogged here) so I own some nani IRO prints and have used them to make bags, brooches, garlands and even most recently in a window display that I created in Amsterdam. They are light and breezy – so pretty – and their patterns so soft and painterly.

Watercolor painter and textile designer Naomi Ito has become a big inspiration to me, please visit her website for some inspiration of your own!

(images: mondaysmilk)

Posted in textiles on August 10, 2011

Mohh Designs

I love all of the abstract watercolors out there in the design world currently in both fashion and home accessories so when Trupti Bane from Mohh Designs contacted me to share her pillows, my eye immediately fell upon this lovely pair below.

Mohh Design

Mohh is a Sanskrit word meaning desire and for Trupti, you feels a strong desire to be around beautiful things in the home and to share them with others. She designs all of her cushions and digitally prints them onto raw silk. The colorful, contemporary designs are inspired by Trupti’s travels and Asia design and she is looking for both wholesale and retail opportunities so that she can reach more people with her designs.

(image: mohh designs)

Posted in textiles on August 02, 2011

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