Blog: August 2011

Michelle Weinberg Surface Design

Brooklyn born designer Michelle Weinberg works from Miami Beach, Florida, to produce paintings and surface design products like rugs and handmade tiles. Her latest rug design TumbldFlwrs showed in May 2011 at the American Design Club’s ‘Use Me’ exhibition.

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Exhibitions, Rugs & Carpets, We Like

Donna Wilson 2011/12

After graduating from the Royal College of Art Donna Wilson set up her business in 2003 selling interior products like blankets and pillows, strange knitted toys and many other quirky items. Her new range for 2011/2012 has just been released and includes some nautical designs, “Inspired by a trip to a far away island in… Read more »

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Homewares, New Collections, New Collections, Rugs & Carpets, Textiles, We Like

Tony Duquette and Roubini

Tony Duquette was was an American costume designer for stage and film. Duquette’s friend and business partner Hutton Wilkinson, provided Roubini Rugs with designs from the archives of the legendary artist, which inspired the New York company to create a collection of eight hand-knotted wool and silk rugs and two tapestries. Themes of the rugs… Read more »

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New Collections, Rugs & Carpets, We Like

Celia Birtwell Returns to Decorex in 2011

English designer Celia Birtwell who became well known in the 1960s for her distinctive bold, romantic and feminine fabrics is returning to Decorex in 2011. For the event Birtwell will reveal new designs and relaunch older ones, including Punchinella Grand, which was originally created for Celia by David Hockney – for whom she was a… Read more »

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Events, Fairs, Homewares, Interiors, New Collections, Textiles, We Like

Judy Ross Fall 2011

Here are just a selection of pillow designs by Judy Ross from her Fall 2011 collection. The new designs will be showing at the New York International Gift Fair (14-18 August 2011).

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Events, Fairs, Homewares, Interiors, New Collections, Textiles, We Like

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