We're rounding up our favorite designers who used our product in their homes this year. There is truly nothing better than seeing something go from initial idea to design to production to a lifetime in someone's home. We hope these homes will inspire you to tell your own story through pattern!
"Pattern was used to set the tone for the project. I used the Marble in Cloud in the entry because it's the perfect mix of subtle color and bold pattern to work with a minimalist's palette. The intricate marbling creates texture without being too overpowering and at the same time makes a statement when you walk in the door." - Casework
"We adore Rebecca Atwood’s designs for their painterly feel, so when we began working with an artist who is known for her watercolor paintings and ink drawings, without hesitation, we thought of Rebecca Atwood’s fabrics. The soft lines of Dashes and the variation of the strokes gives the print a very organic feel, and the midnight black color lends a touch of sophistication to an otherwise whimsical print. We chose this colorway as a neutral textured background to her vibrant and colorful artwork, which we reframed for her new home. The chairs that we upholstered with this fabric has been a long-time favorite of ours, and we have debates in our studio as to whether it should be called the 'Lips' chair or the 'Mustache' chair for it’s soft curved top to the slipper chair. This pattern was perfect for the chair upholstery because of the irregularity of the dashes gently follows the sinuous shape at the top of the chair. Our client is an empty nester with many antiques, heirlooms and vintage pieces, and we were tasked with repurposing those and blending them with newer furnishings to create a timeless and livable design, which our firm is known for. In this area, we reused her sideboard, sofa, end tables and lamps while the slipper chairs, area rug and shagreen cocktail table are all new." - Toledo Geller
"We recently completed this beach house on Cape Cod and are thrilled with the results! Coastal design can run the risk of looking super predictable, so we wanted to steer clear of the typical sailboats and seashells in favor of something much more fresh and dynamic, but also soothing and reflective of the surroundings at the same time. We cultivated that modern coastal feel in this master bedroom space using clean lines and tons of textures, including Rebecca Atwood's absolutely dreamy bedding line. The hand feel on the Geo Wave coverlet is unbelievably soft, and it's the perfect weight to take the edge off of chilly Cape Cod nights. Then we topped the look with a pair of Marble Cloud pillowcases, and the whole effect makes you feel as if you're calmly floating in the ocean -- the perfect vibe for a vacation home" - Double Knot Home
We used two patterns (Blooms in Multi, Painted Stripe in Coffee) in our Weston, CT project to help freshen up an antique chair and a pair of wingbacks that may have otherwise been too subtle for the space. The sofa yet rich tones of the fabric nod to the historic elements of the home." - Jessica Williams, Hendley & Co