When I stared working on the Kafili project (here) one of the first fabrics I picked was this black and white polka dot. I was also on the hunt for a good peach fabric. Peach can be hard to find and Rebecca Atwood always pops in my mind. She does the prettiest peach. Take a look at a few of my favorites of hers that we used on that project.
Just this month she launched a new line of bedding !
Architectural Digest posted an article (here) and describes her five collections.
"I wanted to create pieces that make for a personal look, like they’ve been collected over time and not perfectly matched," explains the Brooklyn-based designer of her line, which comprises five collections. The Cape series, drawn from Atwood's childhood on Cape Cod, evokes the ripples of sand and water at the beach, with names drawn from nature. Sun takes a less literal approach to that subject, not with citrine-hued sheets but rather a warm pink hue evocative of the sky at sunset. Shadow explores the shapes cast by the sun at different times. Ocean's pattern represents moving tides, and Cloud draws inspiration from those swirling shapes and their ethereal, dreamlike movement in a way that manifests like marbleization." - written by Hadley Keller, Feb 6th
Here's a few of my favorites !
Read more about this Brooklyn based artist here, from an interview with One Kings Lane.
We love her work !