Textile Design

Editor's Choice in Textile Design

  • Lotta Jansdotter

    Lotta Jansdotter

    The Lotta Jansdotter studio and storefront opened its doors in the Summer of 2002, located in Nob Hill San Francisco. As principal designer for her name sake company, Lotta is continually expanding her horizons, adding new collections of table linens, handbags, cushions, t-shirts, stationery, ceramics, wall hangings, home and fashion accessories that both inspire and reflect a simple, elegant life style.

    category Textile Designers

  • Aleksandra Gaca

    Aleksandra Gaca

    Aleksandra Gaca designs innovative woven textiles. She works with brands, architects, manufacturers and institutions to create textile solutions, products and installations that translate her clients' identities, needs and interests into woven form.

    category Textile Designers

  • Aniela Hoitink

    Aniela Hoitink

    Aniela Hoitink translates technology into surprising, tangible results in textile, with a distinct style and a unique appearance.

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  • Kvadrat

    Kvadrat

    Kvadrat was established in Denmark in 1968 and now holds a leading position in the European market of design-textiles supplying renowned architects, designers and furniture manufacturers throughout the world, for use in upholstery and curtains.

    category Textile Design Companies

  • Dash and Miller

    Dash + Miller

    Formed by Juliet Hulme and Franki Knaggs, Dash+Miller specialise in creating both commercial and conceptual hand-woven fabric designs for fashion and interiors. Through experimental weave structures, yarn and colour combinations they create inspirational and original hand-woven textile samples that are sold complete with copyright, technical and yarn information.

    category Textile Design Studios

  • Tillett Textiles

    Tillett Textiles

    Kathleen Tillett and son Patrick McBride represent 4 generations of designers, artists, creators and innovators of textile design. The mother-son team have created a new way of working with and creating hand-printed fabrics, while continuing the traditions and techniques of the great D.D. and Leslie Tillett.

    category Textile Design Studios