Possessing both charm and sophistication, antique textile aficionado Elizabeth Hewitt's batiky hand blocked prints have a unique freshness to them. Printed in fantastic colors with vivid patterns, Tulu Textiles have been a favorite of mine for quite some time. Who else but an American living in Turkey would have named a fabric Madame Farfalla?! Her insanely fabulous fabrics have been available by the yard through Brooklyn's Annika Studio and LA's Nicky Rising Showroom, But I am so excited she is coming to NYC to show her bedding and accessory range. I look forward to meeting Tulu's designer at The New York Gift Show, where she will be debuting her collection of pillows, bedding and accessories. Look for her in Booth 7877 in the Javits At Home section.
Your home will look well - traveled with the addition of Tulu's Ottoman florals, tone on tone stripes and Uzbeki inspired geometrics. Just the pop of color that comes from two pillows will shake away the winter blues.
A mix of antique and reproduction painted and brightly colored pieces from places like Uzbekistan and Burma are totally unique. She has some real hidden treasures.
In her Istanbul showroom, the assortment of jolly colors and patterns is like a candy store for home accessories.
Orhan bedding in blue dreamy, it would feel at home in Santorini.
Orhan sheeting close-up, so fresh and cheery
Mimi bedding in stylized Turkish flowers is great for those that can't get enough blue and white
Madame Thar is a fabulous print, especially when mixed with stripes
Mable bedding's floral has 1950's charm
Dame bedding is a favorite of mine, it is so old-school and fresh at the same time. Summer cottages will welcome this one!
Dame being printed
Beatrice bedding with a large and small scale pattern in greys is unexpected.
Alma would look darling in a little girls room.
THE PILLOW SELECTION:
Madame Farfalla in purple
Melvin, another great one
Stella, a fabric that I can't get enough of