Published on March 2, 2016

by Michelle Gage

@rebecca_atwood

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

@eskayel

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

@joannafowles

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

@johnrobshaw

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

@waltergtextiles

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

@studiofournyc

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.

@bonnieandneil

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

@brunschwigfils

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

@peterdunhamtextiles

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

@shibori_textiles

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

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