Brier & Byrd
Brier & Byrd, a contemporary line of wallpaper by interior designer Georgia Tapert Howe & artist Lia Burke Libaire, is a fresh take on classical, nature-inspired design. From trippy toiles replete with mushrooms, palms, and celestial accents to colorful citrus patterns, it will imbue any space with painterly dimension.
Fermoie creates beautiful, original fabrics in their own studio and factory in England, shipped within 5 business days (!). With over 400 colorways, from textural plains to large scale designs, the collection is comprehensive and impressive. In addition to cut yardage, Fermoie's popular lampshade program has taken the industry by storm. We're proud to sell these handmade pleated shades both online and in the showroom. With assorted sizes, and over 50 colorways and patterns, the possibilities are endless.
Hollywood at Home
A showroom-only collection of six, in-stock, indoor/outdoor, performance wovens. These chic neutrals are both luxurious and durable, making them a stylish choice for any interior or exterior application. Pair with our furniture for an even more competitive price.
Lake August is an inspiring collection of textiles and wallcoverings based on founder Alexis Hartman’s paintings and artwork. The charming collection takes inspiration from the flora and fauna across the world, but especially Hartman’s home in Southern California. Patterns are translated from paintings and hand-carved blocks into silkscreens and printed onto linen, clay-coated paper, and grasscloth. Contact us to request memo samples, stock checks, pricing, and more information.
Leah O’Connell is an interior designer and textile enthusiast. A native San Franciscan, her style combines the traditional elements of the city with California’s unpretentious ease. Leah’s first textile collection, born of a lifelong love of pattern and color, is a natural extension of her interiors — elegantly exuberant, unfussy and timeless. Few things make her happier than flowers, so it is no surprise this debut is an ode to florals.
Founder and world-renowned interior designer Penny Morrison’s textiles and wallpapers are a visual feast, brimming with color and exuding spontaneity and sophistication. The collection is built on the belief that there is no rule book when it comes to interior design. While the collection harmoniously brings together inspiration from cultures and histories around the world, Penny Morrison is at its heart a British brand, working with some of the best mills and printers around the UK. Contact us to request memo samples, stock checks, pricing, and more information.
Peter Dunham Textiles
Peter Dunham is always on the hunt for inspiration for new textiles and wallpapers, traveling the world every year and finding ideas abroad as well as in his own backyard. His travels as a young man to India, European upbringing, and California lifestyle inform the fabrics and wallpaper, creating a collection that celebrates adventure, history, color, pattern, and a relaxed sophistication. Peter Dunham Textiles & Wallpaper is a growing collection of indoor/outdoor performance textiles, linen prints, wallpapers, and grasscloths. Contact us to request memo samples, stock checks, pricing, and more information.
Serena Dugan Studio
Serena Dugan is an artist and textile designer based in Sausalito, California. With an education in both Psychology and Fine Art, Serena has spent the past 20 years developing her imprint as a painter and designer — first as Chief Creative Officer of Serena & Lily, the home and lifestyle brand she launched 15 years ago, and now at the helm of her namesake brand. Her collection is a vibrant, contemporary mix of printed linens and beautiful wallcoverings in both paper and grasscloth. Contact us to request memo samples, stock checks, pricing, and more information.
“I dream in turquoise,” says Tulu Textiles founder Elizabeth Hewitt. Elizabeth, based in Istanbul with an outpost in New York City, is a collector, designer, and natural-born storyteller. Each fabric is named after a real person—friend or inspiration—in Elizabeth’s wide and international circle. Tulu’s unique combination of scale, pattern, and color make for textiles that range from bold and beautiful to sophisticated and unassuming. The collection is known for its originality, depth, and foundation in antique textiles. Fabrics are hand-printed by master printers in Rajasthan or handwoven by ikat masters in eastern Uzbekistan.