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    Journal — behind the scenes

    Showroom vibes

    Showroom vibes

    From the very start, we wanted to create a space that felt warm, personal and intimate. Rejecting the notion of large impersonal showrooms, we looked for a stand-alone building on the edge of Dallas' design district and instantly fell in love with a warehouse-like building that was a total eyesore at that time (we love a fixer-upper!).

    Come meet us in person and shop our pillows, candles, and ceramics, which are ever-changing, housed in our 18th century English cabinet. And get a sneak peek into our studio too (where we design/develop, have looms and stock yardage).

    Need assistance scheming? We are happy to help you make selections. We stock memos (and yardage!) in our studio.
    Want something custom for that special client? Sift through our heaps of experimental weaves... the possibilities are endless.

    Oh and incase you're wondering what that blush color is, it's Likeable Sand by Sherwin Williams ;)

    {photo credit: Alexandra Hulsey}

    Tesuque textiles collection: The Process and Story

    Tesuque textiles collection: The Process and Story

    The idea behind the Tesuque (pronounced teh-su-keh) collection began a few years ago over many trips to my spirit place, New Mexico. Each time I would go, I would gather books, art, images and ideas, which turned into sketches, which then turned into loose patterns.

    The whole collection is meant to feel imperfect and earthy, just like the raw landscapes and beauty of New Mexico. The ground cloth, linen, for the collection is specifically handwoven by our weavers to give it texture. Then patterns got hand-carved into woodblocks, which then got handprinted onto the handwoven linen.
    Enjoy!

    The Making of Rex in Blush

    The Making of Rex in Blush

    To produce Rex in Blush, I worked closely with the dyers to ensure we get the perfect neutral shade of a timeless nude-blush. Seeing it come to life from un-dyed natural yarn to a complete fabric reinforces my passion for hand-dyed and handwoven textiles. I hope you enjoy this behind-the-scenes look of the dyeing of Rex in Blush…
 {photo credit: Esther Huynh}.