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Brie Harrison

by Grace Bonney

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Patterns can be an intensely personal thing. I tend to define myself and my home by a great stripe, but every now and then, I fall head over heels for a vivid floral pattern. If it has a bit of a retro flair, all the better. I’ve loved designer Brie Harrison‘s floral patterns for years now, but I was thrilled to hear from her last week about her brand new website and new products, like her range of paper goods and a new fabric called Carnation, in collaboration with Winter’s Moon. Both Brie’s new fabric and paper goods embrace deep rich reds, blues and greens. It’s the sort of colors I really love to see this time of year, when everything around can look a little too grey and washed out. Click here to check out more of Brie’s work and drop her a line about purchasing. xo, grace

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