Published on March 2, 2016

by Michelle Gage


Cool-girl Rebecca Atwood creates your go-to relaxed home textiles. Her painterly prints are surely ones you need in your comfortable place.


Shanan Campanaro mixes bold patterns with soft tones. For pillows that pop, look no further than Eskayel.


Joanna Fowels, a Sydney-based designer, has a passion for the process. Her magical patterns are rich in culture.


John Robshaw is no stranger to bold statements. His punchy prints instantly update any space they inhabit.


Ethnic indigo block prints are a specialty of Walter G Textiles. This Australian-owner textiles house is one you need in your feed.


Kate Temple Reynolds creates one of a kind pretty prints. For a fun and fresh vibes, introduce Studio Four into your home and social media.


Bonnie and Neil prints with all the colors of the rainbow. Check out the splashy designs from Melbourne’s hottest textiles house.


Brunschwig & Fils is one of the oldest textile houses around. Their expertise is channeled into their fresh approach on traditional patterns.


Peter Dunham handprints his textiles domestically. He offers both simply subtle and brilliantly bold prints.


Shibori Textiles offers bohemian blues and whites, created by textile artisans Pepa and Karen. Their home line includes cushions, fabrics and wallpapers.