new: grow house grow


One of the best things about the Biz Ladies lunches we have in our office every week is getting to meet so many of the talented artists behind my favorite work. I’ve been a fan of Katie Deedy’s wallpaper at Grow House Grow since her debut back at Bklyn Designs, but it was especially nice to get to hear more about her latest collection over lunch. In addition to a gorgeous new wallpaper design, Tackapousha, Katie also designed a complimentary fabric called Massapeag. As much as I love those two collections, I’m most excited about Katie’s new line of hand crafted tiles. Made from a mixture of Portland cement, marble powder and natural pigments, these new tiles are suitable for indoor/outdoor use and can be used on the floor or wall. I’m so excited about the expansion of her collection and can’t wait to see them in person at ICFF this month. Until then, you can check out (and shop) the new collections right here. xo, grace




Image above: Katie’s new fabric (left) and tiles (right)

  1. I love the retro vibe at work …the electric green wallpaper is probably my favorite… a natural for a room with wood furnishings. Sort of reminds me of my grandmother’s brown wallpaper on the stairway to the second floor of her house. Very basic…but still memorable decades later. Funny how wallpaper makes that kind of impression on me.

  2. What a unique and beautiful collection! Great find.

  3. carrie salter says:

    I met Kate at Brooklyn Designs too!! I’m so thrilled to see the growth and success of her company…

  4. Chloe says:

    I loooooove all her stuff.
    So happy to see her expanding into tiles and fabrics!

  5. Love the green wallpaper…it looks great with those vintage suitcases.

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