Interlocking Circles Fabric

The original watercolor painting that created this pattern is a motif Rebecca has drawn many times. Shop Now

Speckled Fabric in Navy

The movement of the marks references seeds being dispersed by the wind. Shop Now

Petals Fabric in Navy

The soft curling of petals and leaves inspired the shapes in this design Shop Now

Marble Fabric in Sea Blue

This design started when Rebecca experimented with marbling papers using India ink in the suminagashi technique. Shop Now

Splotched Dot Fabric

This painterly polka dot began when Rebecca painted loose dots across a piece of linen. The irregular shape adds softness to a traditional dotted pattern. Shop Now

We believe in the art of making.

Which, simply put, means our process is just as important as our product.

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Our Process

From our studio, to your home

EXPERIMENTING

The first stages of making - gathering inspiration, sketching, painting - are often lost in the development of today’s commercial products. Our process always starts here.

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CREATING THE ARTWORK

Once we’ve had the chance to play with our ideas, it’s time to bring them to life by defining motifs we’ve developed, scaling them and sending them off.

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SAMPLING

It takes a bit of trial and error to get things - color, technique, quality - right. This step allows us to assess each product in a more finalized form.

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The Fold

Rebecca and the team's musings, from unexpected sources of inspiration to behind-the-scenes stories from the studio (and beyond).