NEWSLETTER EDITION #112
Do your summer design projects need fresh prints and pattern?
Let us know if any of these additions to our collections inspire design solutions for you.
Red, white and blue are always good summer colors for apparel, gear, shoes and paper goods. We love the added warmth and brightness of the yellow and gold.
We are overflowing with prints from the 1930’s and 40’s in RWB.
This color palette of green, blue and gold/warm neutrals makes us eager to dive into prints for transition from summer to fall.
Great for menswear and home, we can see these prints in women’s wear for early fall, too. These three are from our vintage neckwear assortment circa 1960-1980. We’ve added 50 additional to this collection.
Antique woodblock prints will always have a special place in my heart. I love the touch of human hand that can be seen in them. The depth of color these circa 1840-60 have are rich and earthy.
Picture these on a creamy ground or on a dusty indigo ground. What about coloring them in a southwest palette? Other ideas?
To contact us for design inspiration for your design projects, shop our online store, email us for an appointment or to discuss a hand-selected Design Package.