Textiles, Rugs, Fabrics

product image

LUCIENNE DAY: IN THE SPIRIT OF THE AGE

Written by Casey, Andrew
Lucienne Day was part of a new generation of designers who came to the forefront of the British textile industry in the immediate post-war period. Setting a new standard in originality and quality, both in Britain and abroad, she believed that good design should be mass produced for the many and not just the few, and that it could improve the lives of ordinary people.
April 16, 2014 | Paperback | ACC Distribution | 247 Pages |
$59.50
product image

MR. COLOR: THE GREENBRIER AND OTHER DECORATING ADVENTURES

Written by Varney, Carleton
-A must-have for fans of Carleton Varney and Dorothy Draper -Insider views of the world's most famous resorts: the Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia and the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island, Michigan -Perfect compendium to HSN's television show, Live Vividly -As practical as it is beautiful, this book contains decorating advice from one of Architectural Digest's "Deans of Design." C
October 16, 2011 | Hardcover | Shannongrove Press, Inc. | 232 Pages |
$95.00

NAGA TEXTILES: DESIGN, TECHNIQUE, MEANING AND EFFECT OF A LOCAL CRAFT TRADITION

Written by Wettstein, Marion
The focus of this comprehensive work is the aesthetics and the decryption of the language of the textiles of the Nagas, a group of tribal local cultures in the north-east of India and the north-west of Burma.
February 5, 2015 | Hardcover | Arnoldsche Verlagsanstalt GmbH |
$95.00
product image

JACQUELINE GROAG: TEXTILE & PATTERN DESIGN: WIENER WERKSTATTE TO AMERICAN MODERN

Written by Chamberlain, Richard
Czech-born Jacqueline Groag (1903-1985) was an incredibly adept textile designer who trained at the Kunstgewerbeschule in Vienna during the 1920s under Franz Cisek and Josef Hoffmann. She produced textile designs for the Wiener Werkstatte and some of the Parisian fashion houses while she lived in Vienna. She married the architect and interior designer Jacques Groag - they made a successful team.
November 1, 2009 | Paperback | ACC Distribution | 223 Pages |
$55.00
product image

TILE MAKES THE ROOM: GOOD DESIGN FROM HEATH CERAMICS

Written by Bailey, Catherine
From Heath Ceramics, the beloved California designer, maker, and seller of home goods, comes a captivating and unprecedented look at beautifully designed interiors where tile is an important and integral part of the design. Tile Makes the Room, by Heath's owners Robin Petravic and Catherine Bailey, winners of the National Design Award from the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Mu
September 29, 2015 | Hardcover | Ten Speed Press | 256 Pages |
$40.00
product image

DAMASCUS TILES:MAMLUK AND OTTOMAN ARCHITECTURAL CERAMICS FROM SYRIA

Written by Millner, Arthur
One of art history's previously overlooked treasures--the vibrant ceramic tiles of Syria and especially Damascus--are the subject of this fascinating study by a leading Islamic art expert. Architectural ceramic decoration is one of the most celebratedmanifestations of the arts of Islam. Spanning a period from the13th to the 20th century, the tiles featured in this book exhibit
October 25, 2015 | Hardcover | Prestel Publishing | 320 Pages |
$85.00
product image

FROM ART TO STITCH

Written by Edmonds, Janet
Janet Edmonds creates amazing textile pieces inspired by the artists Chuck Close, Van Gogh, Kandinsky, Matisse, Hundertwasser, John Piper and Giorgio Morandi. She outlines each artist's work, sharing what inspires her, then creates a series of artistic projects using various media and techniques, exploring this inspiration.
November 10, 2015 | Paperback | Search Press | 144 Pages |
$35.00

ONCE UPON A PILLOW

Written by Vizard, Rebecca
- Once Upon A Pillow is the first book to highlight a designer making luxury pillows from antique textiles. - Features an extensive glossary of sewing, stitching, and textile terms and categories. Once Upon a Pillow features a stunning collection of pillows and accessories designed by Rebecca Vizard.
November 6, 2015 | Hardcover_OOP | Pointed Leaf Press |
$75.00
product image

EARLY CARPETS AND TAPESTRIES ON THE EASTERN SILK ROAD

Written by Gonick, Gloria
- A mystifying group of carpets and tapestries created along the Silk Route over five hundred years ago is the topic of this richly illustrated book. The carpets and tapestries with riveting yet puzzling designs have been preserved in closed treasure houses in the former Japanese capital since the fourteenth to fifteenth centuries.
April 15, 2016 | Hardcover | Acc Art Books | 192 Pages |
$70.00
product image

INDIAN COTTON TEXTILES: CHINTZ FROM THE 14TH TO THE EARLY 20TH CENTURIES IN KARUN THKAR COLLECTION

Written by Guy, John
India has been at the heart of the global trade in textiles since ancient times, and cotton has been at the heart of the Subcontinent's economy for millennia. Indian dyed and painted cottons were admired in and traded to the Far East and the Mediterranean world for many generations before European interest in chintz created a new market.
January 6, 2016 | Hardcover | Acc Art Books | 172 Pages |
$70.00

New Arrivals

product image
product image
product image
product image
product image
product image
product image
product image