What is special about Jaipur Blue Pottery? When I was in India, I couldn’t resist visiting one of the famous Jaipur Blue Pottery manufacturing plants and store. And… I brought home some very special finds just for you! Jaipur Blue Pottery is created from mixing quartz stone powder, powdered glass, Multani Mitti (Fuller’s Earth), borax,… Continue reading Blue Pottery
Sandy was designed and inspired by a sand dollar that I found this summer at York Harbor Beach in Maine. It was an old and tired sand dollar so most of the hard membranes were decayed and the outline remained. How amazing that it also looks like a flower! Many people have commented that it… Continue reading Fabric of the Week: Sandy
Shada is a hand drawn design that was inspired both from a flower and the moroccan designs so popular today. Available in 8 color ways we can easily customize this design to occupy the entire pillow or repeat graphically several times on a window treatment. We will work with you to create a product that… Continue reading Fabric of the Week: Shada
This fabric is dynamic and vibrant providing interest and dimension to your room as well making a statement. The fabric is “lite” because it is a different version of “Allegash”. There are a few lines that are edited out to simplify the design. Then the design was scaled to 38″ diameter and a duvet cover… Continue reading Fabric of the Week: Allegash Lite
Round & Round we go to make a graphic design that stand out and adds interest to any home! Shown here in the purple background with red and orange spirograph, this pillow easily plays nice with other pillows and accents in the room. We can scale this design to be the center of a pillow… Continue reading Fabric of the week: Arcadia
Black-eyed Susan got her name because she is one tough plant! You have to be in order to live in New England after all our summers are hot & cold, dry & wet, in other words – unpredictable! But the black-eyed Susan along with daisies join the cast of amazing plants that are hardy and… Continue reading Before The Black Eye
Movement in these organic lines brings joy and grace to this fabric design. Available in 7 color ways as well as customized colors, this design would look great as a window treatment or pillow. I recently had it fabricated as lampshades. Come on in and check it out!