These geometric quilts are created using software technology combined with traditional techniques.
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Fab.com debuts brand spanking new original collections designed to keep you happy.
A collection of outdoor furniture that was inspired by the 50s/60s hot rod culture in Southern California.
We've teamed up with Blu Dot to show the work of contemporary textile artist Luke Haynes at their LA store.
Knitting and weaving are combined to create a collection of textures unlike any we've seen.
We talk to quilting duo Hopewell about setting up shop in Hollywood, working as a team, & their quilting inspiration.
Want to add a bit of cute to your home? Pick up one of these Scandinavian style bird accessories.
A geometric, three-dimensional wool blanket that was inspired by origami patterns.
IKEA's latest collection is targeted to young, city dwellers who need adaptable and flexible furniture options for life on the move.
Design Letters & Friends launched a host of new original design products at this year's Maison & Objet.
Society6 drops another awesome product bomb: shower curtains!
Katy Skelton's line of American-made goods are built upon the principle of socially responsible manufacturing practices.
Sound absorbing wall panels that let you create geometrical patterns on your walls.
A darkened room to explore new light technologies in textiles from students at the Swedish School of Textiles.
We check out Greenhouse at the Stockholm Furniture Fair and pick some of our favorite designs.
A limited edition collection from IKEA that blends Chinese culture and Scandinavian design.