My New Textile Collection

pc_dec2015-37 A while back, I shared a sneak peak of the textile collection I had designed for Guildery. Well, the day has finally come for the official launch! I am thrilled that the collection of fabric by the yard, wallpaper, tabletop items, a few small upholstered furnishings, and gift wrap is officially available today. My collection is based on designs that I hand-sketched. I used elements that I often include in my design work—abstract art, bamboo details, and geometric patterns. In selecting the color palette, I wanted hues that felt fresh and vibrant, but are classic and versatile. Guildery did a beautiful job of capturing the painterly quality of my original sketches in the final designs and am thrilled to partner with a company that offers such high quality fabrics printed on demand.







To see the full collection, click here.

Paloma Signature

{Photography by Max Burkhalter}

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  1. Absolutely gorgeous! I look forward to placing an order – my living room needs new pillows and your fabric will be perfect! What size of pillows do you have shown in your first picture? 24X24 and 22×22? So very happy for you and your success.

  2. I just now looked at your collection and I loved it. Everything from your textiles to wallcovering. You updated the grecian key in the most refreshing way. You truly have a voice incorporating the past with the future. Congratulations!

  3. I am waaaaay late to this, but I have been neglecting my blog reader for quite some time. I’ve been reading since the early years, the Paloma81 years and pre-Tate years, and am always so happy when I see developments with your design work. This is such wonderful news. Congratulations on the new line!