Rebecca Atwood Fall/Winter 2014 Collection

I know there’s no such thing as overnight success (there is always an immense amount of behind-the-scenes work we don’t see), but Rebecca Atwood seems to have been a hit from the second her website launched – and our entire DS team happily counts itself among her first fans. Rebecca’s debut collection felt like a calm, cool dip in a blue watercolor pool. The patterns were soft and took their inspiration from traditional shibori and splatter techniques. Her latest collection – a series of pillows, sachets, lingerie bags and zip pouches – embraces smoky greys, mochas and deep blue-green hues. I love the autumn spin on her existing collections and wanted to know a bit more about the collection’s inspiration, so we asked Rebecca to explain in her own words. Above and after the jump Rebecca shares her behind-the-scenes story of the inspiration, creation and struggles with her beautiful new collection. Thanks, Rebecca! xo, grace

*Click here to check out a 10 Second Tour of Rebecca’s Brooklyn studio…

Click through to see more of Rebecca’s collection and read about it’s creation after the jump!

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Rebecca’s work is so gorgeous! Love the fall and winter collection and hearing about her inspirations…


Love Rebecca and her designs! Saw her at the NY gift show today -I’m dying for one of her candles. Great article – Bravo!!


I follow her, but its so good to see her, and read about her process, on DS. thank you for sharing!


The soft colors and designs are so relaxing and peaceful –now I want to redecorate in
Her colors! Lovely post