This year, we were thrilled to participate in Kappa Tablescapes. It was a great opportunity to feature our new textiles in an exciting way. For the tablecloth, we selected our popular pattern, Daydreams. Partnering with several local retailers made our table extra special. Three Branches Floral created a beautiful center piece in various green and white flowers. And of course, they included the Peony, our favorite flower.
In each chair, sat a SPLATTER pillow from our new pillow collection. In Dallas, you may shop the 100% linen pillows from Mary Cates & Co. The beautiful tableware is from Ellis Hill. As a thank you gift, each person sitting at our table received stationery from our stationery collaboration with Ellis Hill.
To top it all off and add a person touch, we selected linens from our personal collection. We can hardly wait to set a table for next years Kappa Tablescapes event!
People are always curious to hear what inspires a wallpaper collection. The environment an artist works in is often a contributing factors. The studio floor inspired the SPLATTER collection. Overtime, I have taken note of the marks left behind from painting countless original oil paintings in this creative space. Layers and layers of drips, marks, and sometimes even spilled paint began to form a composition on the floor. To me, these floors tell a story. Developing the SPLATTER collection is a way of sharing my artistic process with the world in 4 designs that are aesthetically pleasing in color and pattern.
The SPLATTER collection is also special because of the scale of the design. It's perfect for both small and larger spaces. In a large scale, you can see the full effect of the pattern. And in a smaller space, you see the intricate details of splashes of paint that make up the pattern.
Our wallcoverings and textiles are sold to the trade. Interior designers, please email us for samples. We would love to stock your libraries!
Best in Wallpaper Design
We are honored to have won the Papercity Design Award for Best in Wallpaper Design during Texas Design Week, 2019. A special thank you to the judges for this award.
David Kleinberg Design Associated
Corey Damen Jenkins
Lee Ledbetter & Associates
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Sharing the process of a painterly approach to art, wallcoverings, and textiles.