African Inspired Bold Prints

I love the textures and graphic quality of African textiles. This collection was designed using an earthy color palette and bold graphics. The orange prints feature a rendition of the curved horns of the African Kudu Antelope, interlocked to create interesting shapes. There is lots of fun grass texture added for additional interest. These prints…

Neutral Colored African Inspired Designs

Global decor is one of my passions. I love bold textiles inspired by other cultures but it’s not always easy to incorporate them into any home. When I started designing a line of textiles inspired by African fabrics, I wanted to make prints that could go anywhere in the world with ease. That’s how I…

Shibori Inspired Collection

I love the look of Shibori dyed fabrics – they are so organic and the tones are variegated yet still really neutral. This collection was inspired by that look. I even went so far as to dye miniature pieces of rice paper with indigo and burnt umber watercolors to get the look I wanted for…

Beach Roses Collection

This collection just brings me such joy – memories of summers spent on Boston’s North (and South) shore, the bright colors of a garden in bloom, and the sun washed shades of beach houses. This collection is fashion as well as home decor, and you can check it out at my Society6 shop and my…

Thistle Plaid Collection

This collection was designed with the thought of winter nights in the Scottish Highlands. I wanted to bring a floral element in, so I naturally chose thistle blossoms – but I also used an abstract leaf and dot pattern to create the nature print squares on two of the coordinating prints. The whole collection has…

Malaysian Floral Collection

Here is the Malaysian Floral Collection. This was inspired by the tropical flowers of the Rain Forest. The backgrounds have a subtle batik appearance to give the textiles interest and texture. The hibiscus blossoms and other tropical flowers add some warm colors for an island feel. This collection is available at both Society6 and Redbubble.