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Fayce Textiles: The Beauty of Subtlety

by Annie Werbler

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Hailing from New England, Kim Rosen of Fayce Textiles set up shop at ICFF amongst a sea of furniture and lighting displayed to the trade and public alike. Her subtle collection of inky, pastel linework fabrics are entirely screen-printed by hand on unbleached linen. Each pattern aims to quietly enhance the communication between objects in a room without commandeering all the attention. The Relics Collection of throw pillow covers and wall hangings, produced by an inventive combination of digital and analog practices, features graphic embroidery over fragments of design inspiration from vintage materials, including antique china and 20th century architecture. —Annie

Photography by Chattman Photography via Fayce Textiles

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Architectural Wall Relic No. 21

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Chair upholstered in Splash Charcoal

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Various fabrics

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Architectural Relic Pillow No. 15

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Flow fabric

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Heirloom Embroidered Pillows

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Heirloom Embroidered Wall Hangings

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