We LOVE indigo… Chinese indigo (NANKEEN), African indigo, any sort of indigo. INDIGO…was originated in India, who supplied it to the Greeks and Romans, where it was valued as a luxury product. Indigo is among the oldest dyes to be used for textile dying.
I travel to Asia monthly to handpick textiles from the native Hmong tribe... some new, some old... all exquisite in texture & color.
Stuck in the 70's ... the music, the freedom, the simplicity of the time … Growing up in a small beach town, this fabric reminds me of that time … the texture, the scent, the color. Viva JONI MITCHELL!
The color of the sky in India … the pink in India ... makes us soooo happy! Viva pink!!!
jah ra africa
In the Bambara language, spoken in Mali, in the word BOGOLANFINI is a composition of three words. BOGO, meaning “earth” or “mud,” LAN, meaning “with” and FINI, meaning “cloth.” The word is translated as “mud cloth.” Again, the texture and imperfection of this natural textile is outstanding!
Recycled from old saris, these soft colorful beauties have many stories to tell.
We have reproduced our favorite textiles onto outdoor fabric ... coming soon!!
sacs and stripes
Taken from old European mattresses and grain sacks ... and texture is outstanding.
Hey, who doesn’t enjoy a little Mexican serape … a true California legend!
Suzani means needlework, referring to the stunning embroideries of Uzbekistan. These beauties were produced for their daughter's dowries. The vibrant colors and patterns are exquisite!
There is no better feeling than walking into a dreamy cream room. Serene spirituality up lifting... so many variations of textures & neutral colors.