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  • I miss being messy Nessi 💔 Can’t wait to get back to screen printing sometime very soon
  • I miss being messy Nessi 💔 Can’t wait to get back to screen printing sometime very soon
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  • Work in progress, with the best attitude!🤜🏻😎🇬🇹
  • Work in progress, with the best attitude!🤜🏻😎🇬🇹
  •  3  1 2 hours ago
  • After cutting her teeth as the creative director of her family’s rug factory in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, Meredith Thayer went on to found @thayerdesignstudio: a South Boston-based firm where, in addition to offering interior-design services, she dreams up stunning collections of custom rugs, baskets, and ottomans. Fresh off the opening of a new South Boston studio space, Thayer walked us through her third product launch at the link in bio. (📷: @joyellewest)
  • After cutting her teeth as the creative director of her family’s rug factory in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, Meredith Thayer went on to found @thayerdesignstudio: a South Boston-based firm where, in addition to offering interior-design services, she dreams up stunning collections of custom rugs, baskets, and ottomans. Fresh off the opening of a new South Boston studio space, Thayer walked us through her third product launch at the link in bio. (📷: @joyellewest)
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  • When starting a new collection, I always begin by free hand sketching and I see where it takes me. For this collection, a clear floral theme emerged, but I wanted to make sure it wasn’t too pretty or sweet. That’s where the choice of color became really important. We loved the idea of floral patterns in not so traditional colors — a warm, charcoal brown seemed to fit the bill, along with a steely shade of blue/green and a modern yellow ochre. For more on my latest collection visit my blog, Cobalt & Cloth.
  • When starting a new collection, I always begin by free hand sketching and I see where it takes me. For this collection, a clear floral theme emerged, but I wanted to make sure it wasn’t too pretty or sweet. That’s where the choice of color became really important. We loved the idea of floral patterns in not so traditional colors — a warm, charcoal brown seemed to fit the bill, along with a steely shade of blue/green and a modern yellow ochre.  For more on my latest collection visit my blog, Cobalt & Cloth.
  •  19  1 3 hours ago