Batik is a wax resist dying technique. Wax is applied to fabric and then dyed. The areas with wax "resist" the dye while the rest of the fabric takes the dye creating a reverse pattern. The wax is then removed. This technique can be repeated to create some very intricate patterns. The hand painted nature of this technique results in wonderfully one-of-a-kind textiles. SHOP BATIK

Conversationals, typically prints, are patterns that are literally thought to "start a conversation" due to their recognizable images. Think elephants, hot air balloons, or beach umbrellas. We love conversationals because they are fun, expressive, and mix well with more abstract patterns. SHOP CONVERSATIONALS

Traditionally damask is a woven interlocking pattern that, due to the way it is woven, can be viewed on both sides. We interpret damask as a celebration of these traditional ornate patterns but in a looser way and as a print i.e. curvy hand drawn blooms or happy hugging peacocks. SHOP DAMASK

engineered stripe
A stripe that is not "all-over" but is placed in a specific way on a product or material. Often a sporty detail. SHOP ENGINEERED STRIPES

euro sham
Short for European sham, euro sham refers to the size and shape of a pillow - typically a 26x26 inch square. The euro sham size can add a luxe look to your bed between your headboard and sleeping pillows or as oversized additions to your living room cushion mix. SHOP EURO SHAMS

When we use the term Hmong, we are referring to patterns and techniques originating from the Hmong people from the mountainous regions of China, Vietnam, Thailand, and Laos. The Hmong people have hand crafted bold geometric patterns using batik and embroidery techniques in colorful dyes for generations. SHOP HMONG

Indigo is a natural dye extracted from the indigofera species of plant grown in tropical and subtropical regions. It produces a deep blue color that is oh so evergreen! Indigo blue is as timeless as the ocean and adds a richness to your home that will never go out of style. SHOP INDIGO

lumbar pillows
Pillows, rectangle in shape, designed to support the inward curve of the lower back. Also great to support the neck when curled up with a good book. SHOP LUMBAR PILLOWS

mud cloth
Mud cloth, or bogolan, is a traditional West African handmade textile where handwoven cotton strips are then stitched together to make a larger textile. The cloth is typically dyed and fermented with hand painted mud but can also carry patterns resulting from shibori tying techniques. The handmade nature of this textile and its patterns add rich, one-of-a-kind texture. SHOP MUDCLOTH

An ancient Japanese resist dye technique through folding, twisting, tying, and binding i.e. tie dye. Think less 1960s american psychedelic and more careful repeats typically in indigo blue. SHOP SHIBORI