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Organic lines, squares and tribal graphic patterns. The black and white woven fabrics of this collection are generally minimalistic in shape to meet the ethnical patterns for the right modern balance.
The Cook Islands, a set of 15 islands in the heart of the South Pacific, known for their sparkling blue lagoons, white sand beaches and rugged mountainous interiors.
True cross-cultural fusion is a blend not just between different areas of the globe, but of the ideologies and motivations associated by each region’s native people. Our printed collection combines two blending cultures together; the Arabian Islamist culture and the Romanian engraved coins.
Summer fire camps, listening to the cracking wood, wild deer hopping from distance while you lay on the dunes with your perfect company of friends enjoying the peaceful silence. This collection has a variety of leveling fabrics of different textures of linen and woven cotton.
The Floating Markets, a colorful old style space known for the trade of gleeful fruits & vegetables. Around the market you find small rafts floating around the merchandising boats around and old traditional Thai houses. In this collection two heroic colors are combined to reflect the positive aurora the market can bestow upon your soul. Red & Yellow.
Grey is the only true neutral color. Its energy imparts void, emptiness, and lack of movement despite its warm nature. Because of this, grey can be restful. It can have a cooling effect when placed next to other more vibrant colors, such as lime.
Holi festival, also known as the festival of colors in India. Perhaps it’s the most spectacle of the Hindu festivals celebrated in Goa. It represents the end of winter and the beginning of the spring. For so, this collection reflects the showers of bright colors on linen textures to resemble the playful experience of the festival.
Handcrafted, where useful and decorative objects are made completely by hand or by using only simple traditional tools. That applies to a wide range of creative and design activities including work with textiles and kilim, which inspired a lot of patterns in this story.
They say that no two sunsets are ever the same. Whether it’s the colors, the clouds, or the scenery; each one has something unique about it. This dormant Hawaiian volcano shines like a gem on a blackened landscape when the setting sun rays rush across its steep slopes.
Linen is one of the first fibres that people made into string and cloth. This collection, is seamlessly designed in different shades of beige gradients and other kind shades of the spectrum colors.
This collection is a tribute to the work of twenty-five Mexican men practicing the ancient tradition of dyeing cotton purple along 30 miles of the rocky coastline of the Mexican pacific using the ink of small sea mollusks. Its characterized by different shades of purple and igneous rock colors mixed with smooth cotton fabrics to well represent this craft.
It's hard to leave Miami’s pristine beaches, and glamorous seaside nightlife. Miami's iconic beaches are a magical destination charming its visitors with relaxing hammocks and beach beds, exotic drinks under the moonlight and luxurious fine dinning.
Moss pink is a flower that grows close to the ground in brilliant colors of magenta, pink, and white. The season for moss pink, which is from late April to mid-May, comes after the cherry and peach blossom season in Japan.
A grain of mustard seed is sowed in the yellow fields, it grows to the greatest of all shrubs and becomes a tree, where the birds of the skies come and build nests on its branches. This collection is a mix between silky cotton and rough linen fabrics that captures the journey of this inspiring seed.
White washed walls, blue ocean sprays and wind sails, Mykonos ocean splashes in blue patterns. Its iconic tiles and authentic doors along the blue domes on top of their kingdoms are a beautiful scene. This collection is known by the different textures of cotton used all marked with printed patterns capturing the beauty of this island.
Traditionally Moroccan homes were designed with privacy in mind, which meant no front yards or backyards.Instead, homes were built around a central courtyard, often adorned with fountains or pools. The collection includes two subtle geometric patterns, a fantastic mixture of floral embroidered pattern on pure cotton fabric with Exuberant stripes along with several outdoor and Lenin plain textures.
The mixture of the two main colors of the collection, pink and cyan, represent the most enchanting season of the year. The elements behind this collection are soft and energetic; flowers, birds and eccentric coloful feathers.
Tie-dye is characterized by the use of bright, saturated primary colors and bold patterns. In this collection, we worked with vibrant colors on linen fabrics rather than cotton for a bolder looking living space.
A tree house is a free house, where you can fully enjoy the essence of nature, the sun rays reflecting its shadows on the golden branches and painting a pantone of green shades. For so we offer a variety of fabricated cotton, linen and faux fur textures in this collection, which shows smoothness and acceptance.
The winter breeze and the ruffling sounds of the leaves give us the perfect mix of tunes and chills. In this collection, you can lay your eyes on the cold chilling shades of teal, pink and beige colors mixed with different textures of woven cotton.
Persian carpets are our main inspiration for this collection. They reflect ingenuity, perfection and creativity. Those Carpets find their owners, just like art pieces call their new owners.