Briana Babani


It’s always funny when design worlds collide. When I saw the photos of these beautiful hand-woven pieces by artist Briana Babani, I instantly recognized the shoot location as the front porch of Alyson Fox’s house. We ran her home tour/makeover back in 2008 and when I saw that this was in Austin, I connected the dots. Briana is based in Austin, where she creates large-scale wall hangings by combining white paper raffia, wool yarn and a natural linen warp. I love the way that these piece look like piles of snow forming on rugs- it’s such a soft and subtle feel. Click here to check out more of Briana’s work online and view her work in detail. xo, grace


Kristianne at Tileflair

Not sure what to think about these rugs- one half of me thinks they look like popcorn multiplying on a rug and the other half of me loves them- hmmm… anyone feel the same?

Aliceey

Wonderful! As an interior designer I always love to catch creative work like this. Loved the textiles, good job.

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