Sunday, June 17

Please Meet Me at Dallas Market Friday, June 22 at 2 pm talking Textiles!

beautiful, unique Aviva Stanoff textiles
East to West collection by Lee Jofa

Meet Me In Dallas
at the 
Dallas Home & Gift Show
Where I've been invited to talk 
alongside textile industry talents for the
Past, Present & Future
Just some of what we will 
discuss in our panel discussion...
what is we love about textiles, 
how they are made, 
where the industry is headed in the future! 

root cellar designs' botanica printed linen/cotton 
collection debuted spring, 2018
With renowned journalist 
and marketing guru Saxon Henry 
moderating the panel, 
I will speak on this explorative design panel 
along with with
Scott Kravet and Aviva Stanoff
WHEN: June 22, 2018
TIME:  2:oo pm
WHERE: The Total Dallas Home & Gift Show
at WTC 198
More info here, and
little bit about the three of us...

Fabric industry great, Kravet owns 
Brunschwig & Fils, Lee Jofa and GP&J Baker
Aviva Stanoff textiles studio hails from the beaches and lagoons of California and offers signature textiles made by hand and designed to order.  Aviva taps into her extensive international travel, here childhood summers spent around her grandfather's Buddhist temple in Japan, and her current beautiful environment in California to make her designs. I look forward to hearing from Aviva, and about how she creates these bespoke textiles.

As Creative Director, Scott Kravet travels the globe building upon Kravet's extensive textile archives.  They have a 100-year history built on founding principles of providing extraordinary quality, unwavering integrity, and uncompromising commitment to the industry.  A few years back they bought up my favorite French fabric atelier, Brunschwig & Fils.  Five generations laters, Kravet has expanded to a global brand with Lee Jofa, GP&J Baker and Brunschwig & Fils in their offerings.
Hot Summer collection showing our new 
indoor/outdoor textile, PORCH
Since 2015, Susan Young and I have been creating and manufacturing wallpaper and fabric to the design trade.  Three years young, we hold a commitment to Made in the U.S. while bridging the past with the future, and we are proud of the personal customer service we provide to designers.  Many of our designs are inspired by our own antique collections, our travels, nature and fashion.  This spring we've expanded our offerings from printed linens and residential wallpaper to Type 2 Commercial Grade wallpaper and outdoor printed textiles.  
croc pattern in noir black, chunky pillow 
two of our seven root cellar designs' collections shown together-- East West and  Renaissance
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