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Pavilion of Mahubay 16th century by The Textile Blog, via Flickr. Blue and red Kitchen curtains.

Pavilion of Mahubay 16th century by The Textile Blog, via Flickr. Blue and red Kitchen curtains.

Abbey Lee Kershaw  Photo cred: Lachlan Bailey for Vogue China May 2012 | Portrait - Fashion - Editorial - Photography - Pose

Abbey Lee Kershaw Photo cred: Lachlan Bailey for Vogue China May 2012 | Portrait - Fashion - Editorial - Photography - Pose

The Print-Focused Textiles of Cassie Byrnes - Design Milk

The Print-Focused Textiles of Cassie Byrnes

Sense of Healing - Maggie Ayres is a mixed media & textile artist who is passionate about texture, line and light, which she manipulates using a variety of materials, focusing primarily on natural fibres.

Bliss 100% Organic Cotton Sheet Set (350 TC)

Sense of Healing - Maggie Ayres is a mixed media & textile artist who is passionate about texture, line and light, which she manipulates using a variety of materials, focusing primarily on natural fibres.

Monochrome Mark Making - black & white pattern inspired by light & shadow; textile print design // Alice Howard-Graham

Alice Howard-Graham - ArtsThread Profile

Monochrome Mark Making - black & white pattern inspired by light & shadow; textile print design // Alice Howard-Graham

In the living area of Christopher Burch’s getaway in Southampton, New York, a lantern from Circa Lighting hangs above a cocktail table and blue armchairs from Burch’s forthcoming furniture line for No. 9 Christopher; the scroll-back armchair is covered in a Raoul Textiles print | archdigest.com

21 Living Rooms That Do Beach-Inspired Decor Right

In the living area of Christopher Burch’s getaway in Southampton, New York, a lantern from Circa Lighting hangs above a cocktail table and blue armchairs from Burch’s forthcoming furniture line for No. 9 Christopher; the scroll-back armchair is covered in a Raoul Textiles print | archdigest.com

Studying the light through the trees during the workshop Working in a Series ©2011 Lena Ohlen

Studying the light through the trees during the workshop Working in a Series ©2011 Lena Ohlen

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