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Textile Artists You NEED to Know.

By: Danielle Cornely

Textiles are more than just fabrics for curtains and furniture; there’s a whole genre of art dedicated to turning fibers into beautiful and engaging creations.


Kate Keara Pelen gives needlework a gorgeous modern makeover with her abstract embroidered creations.


UK based Etsy shop Sew Sarah Walton’s illustrative textiles look remarkably like hand drawn artwork.


Colors and woven fibers blending fluidly into each other are the hallmark of Mimi Jung’s textile sculptures and wall hangings.


Master carpenter + textile artist with a fashion background = textural wonderland of wood, metal, fiber, and reclaimed materials (officially known as All Roads studio in Los Angeles).


Chung-Im Kim’s voluminous wall hangings combine shape, texture, and pattern to create an immersive experience.

Looking for something modern, unique, and three dimensional to decorate your space? Consider textile art as an alternative to a traditional painting or photograph.

Flower Power: Modern Floral Print

By: Danielle Cornely

When you think of floral print, do images of stuffy, dull, outdated patterns come to mind? Let’s fix that.

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This piece by London artist Camilla Frances is part photograph, part graphic manipulation. Intense colors and high contrast take this far from the realm of antique store sofas.


Holly Sharpe’s interpretation of a simple rose print elevates the pattern into a fresh, bold look.


This John Lewis wallpaper has it all. A sturdy tree, lively foliage, and punchy blossoms create a fun mural that’s still chic.


Some of us like a little edge with our flowers. Etsy seller Anewall gets it. This wallpaper is big time dramatic in the best way.


Get ready to have your mind blown, because this stunning, larger than life creation by Sicis is a mosaic made of glass tiles. BOOM.

Ditch your frumpy florals. There’s no shortage of fresh, modern prints out there.