Friday, October 7, 2011

{Love the look} Native-Inspired textiles by Cambie Design



This week's edition is entirely captivated by textiles, particularly Native-inspired prints. Two of the pieces are inspired from traditional Indian American trade blankets from the early 1900s, from the American classic, Pendleton's archives. The other two are ikat prints, an ancient dying technique used to create patterns commonly seen in Latin American and Asian cultures. I am fascinated by textiles and wanted to showcase the dimension that prints can add to your look, while still keeping it neutral.











{Photos: BlanketSkirtT-ShirtPillow}

5 comments:

Ridgely's Radar said...

Great patterns! Love the pillow!

Francine Gardner said...

i am really getting into patterns lately, especially on pillows and accessories.

Meta Musings said...

loving these prints! happy monday!

upvc sash windows cornwall said...

Wow I love these beautiful fabrics! How do you go about finding them? Ive never seen anything so exotic in our local textile shop?

Many thanks.

Lisa Lisa Lisa said...

I am in love with that skirt! Too bad it is over 200 bucks!!! No thank you. But.. it is quite lovely to look at.. and wish for...

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