Sometimes you design a fabric and have a good idea of how it will be used. Other times, you stumble onto an installation that makes you pause because it feels like the fabric has taken on another life, that it was used in a way that you could have never dreamed. That was the case with Julia Miller's design using our Tiasquam print. Using it as a layered curtain/headboard situation took the pattern to a new dimension. In the bedroom she designed, the print ripples into rich horizontal stripes. Though, it really should be no surprise, because Julia Miller designs serene spaces; layered with muted tones, warm touches, and natural elements. Her spaces are modern, but always have a sense that they have been around for a while, ready to be lived in and loved. Check out some of her work below and the insights she shared about her practice. Thank you, Julia!
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