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    New :: Winter's Journey

    New :: Winter's Journey

    Juicy textures. Sublime earthy tones. Wabi-sabi.
    Cotton, Hemp, Jute... three natural, sustainable, versatile and durable fibers compile our Winter's Journey collection. This collection is meant to ground you, and as always, deliver beautiful imperfectly perfect vibes.

    From Hiroki/Dusty Mauve to Rustic Solids/Olive, Winter's Journey favors enduring timeless style and a sustainable lifestyle over passing trends. 
    Come walk with us on this Winter's Journey.

    C O T T O N  /  Hiroki
    Classic and bold, our Hiroki is designed with versatility in mind. Hiroki is inspired by the natural grid and order of traditional Japanese tatami flooring. The name originates from Japanese meaning big, great brightness or big, great tree. It is also home to a remote village in Japan and to us, this is what the fabric collection reveals. A quaint and old-world connection to nature, who is, still our favorite designer.

    A take on the classic stripe, and a little sibling of sorts to our Cusco Stripe, this textile pairs effortlessly with any interior. 

    H E M P  /  Rustic Solids
    A more textured, wabi-sabi rendition of our Raw Solids, the Rustic Solids collection embraces the striation of color in the natural hemp yarn. This movement and slubby texture adds a raw, refined, and earthly character to any space. 

    J U T E  /  Ikigai
    Ikigai (pronounced ee-key-guy) is a Japanese concept that refers to having a meaningful direction or purpose in life. The relaxed weave and slubby, juicy textures of this jute & cotton blend speaks to our connection with others and with nature. Sustainably made, biodegradable, and beautifully crafted, our hearts are at ease.


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    Designer Crush: Holly Hickey Moore

    We are big fans of Holly Hickey Moore Interior Design. Holly is a dear friend and an amazing designer. Speaking to our cravings for an artful home, Holly's projects evoke emotion, depth, and authenticity that come directly from the client's (YOUR) life. We asked Holly why she loved KUFRI products and to tell us about a recent project here in Dallas as part of our series 'Interior Designer Crush' - read all posts here!

    Photo credits: Matthew Niemann and Amanda Lynn Photography

    I love KUFRI because they are local, but more because I know Mili. I know her story, the story of her textiles, where they come from and how they are made. The KUFRI brand has a lot of depth and soul as a product and everything about it. - Holly Hickey Moore

    The homeowners bought their original 1970s ranch style home in Dallas a few years ago. They did an extensive renovation but felt stuck with interiors and furnishings. As a busy family, they really wanted to help to get it done, but done well. That's where HHM came in.

    The now Wine Room was just an empty white box... the homeowners envisioned a cozy space where they could display their wine collection and enjoy a bottle with guests.

    We incorporated KUFRI's Muse/grasscloth wallpaper as it was a new design never been used before and was the backdrop that created interest but didn't overwhelm. The homeowners love supporting local makers too, so it was a win-win.

    We also chose KUFRI's Roar and Karuso pillows for their organic patterns, as well as one-of-a-kind textile art piece for the wall. It's so unique because it's the drop cloth from Mili's screen printing experiments. 

    Designer Crush: Guggenheim Architecture + Design Studio

    We have a forever crush on Guggenheim Architecture + Design Studio and their design philosophy:
    Our portfolio of interiors work leans heavily toward a modern sensibility, with highly edited spaces and very selective procurement of high-quality pieces.  We work very hard to ensure that all of our projects have that feeling of handmadeness and craft.  It's important to us that we reduce our contribution toward mass production and heavily rely on short-run goods and handcrafted details to make our projects shine.

    Jenny & Jeff from Guggenheim Architecture + Design Studio

    Photo: Haris Kenjar

    We love a good stripe, but it's hard to find a textural version that doesn't go too traditional.  This Nickey Kehoe chair needed something that felt at home in this casual coastal home and Sur gave us the opportunity to create tailored softness.

    Photo: Haris Kenjar

    This coastal home gave us the opportunity to layer the kitchen, living, and dining in two distinct zones.  We knew the storage ottoman (usually full of grandkids' LEGOs) needed a bold pattern with simple detailing.  We always look to hierarchy to guide us when choosing upholstery-  if there is too much competition between pieces you end up losing balance.  Takamaka gave us simplicity while maintaining the large-scale distinct pattern we were looking for.

    Photo: Leah Verwy

    This attic apartment in a sprawling NW Portland Victorian served us with all sorts of angular challenges and opportunities.  We detailed the space with a host of different triangular patterns, including this previously unused space turned window seat.  We love that Tribal gave us the angles we wanted without slipping into an overly geometric pattern.  The weave gives that ever so soft edge, like sand blowing off a dune.