ICFF 2014: Textiles + Rugs

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I’m always drawn toward the textiles at ICFF, but this year there weren’t quite as many eye-catching pieces as I’d hoped. I think wallpaper has taken some of the pattern excitement away from textiles and into the world of paper, but there were still some great pieces to found. I particularly loved the way pattered textiles were incorporated into upholstery and lighting. There was even a great one-of-a-kind piece from Hinterland Design that was inspired by crab nets. Whether you’re looking for heavy weaving or digitally printed florals, there’s something here for everyone. I hope you’ll enjoy our textile highlights…xo, grace

Image above: Woven lighting from Naomi Paul.

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Image above: Crab net-inspired one of a kind design from Hinterland Design in Vancouver.

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Image above: Bold new textiles from Timorous Beasties.

Click through for my favorite textiles from ICFF 2014 after the jump

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Image above: West African-inspired textiles from Abi Wright.

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Images above: Kinderground‘s clever modular and interchangeable rug system for kids

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Image above: Colorful woven throws from Mandal Veveri of Norway

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Image above: Pillows from Michele Varian

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Image above: Striped runners from Oliver Yaphe

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Image above: beautiful indigo textiles from Brooklyn’s Luru Home.

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Image above: Gorgeous rugs from Inigo Elizalde in Brooklyn.

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Image above: Rugs from Jan Kath

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Image above: I loved these new textiles from Igloo Play, taken from ink drawings by founder Lisa Albin.

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Image above: Rorschach inspired textiles at the Ercol booth.

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Image above: Handcrafted textiles from Ronel Jordaan of South Africa

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Image above: Floral fabric from Occipinti.

Rose

Beautiful inspiration!! Makes me wish I had a good reason to go shopping for some new textiles soon :)

Mera @ Red House West

The woven pendant lights are so pretty! Plus they look like they would make the occasional head bonk less painful (I speak from recent experience).

Debbie Melbourne

You missed the stunning rugs at the Nasiri booth. First timers to the ICFF yet their collection well displayed and of exceptional quality and style

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