Textile designer Rebecca Atwood has just debuted her latest range of printed fabrics, titled The Dobler collection. Several of the motifs, including Interlocking Circles and Petals, began as hand-painted sketches in Atwood's notebook which were later translated into digital prints. The eye-catching Marble pattern, available in blue, taupe, and smoke gray, was created using an ancient Japanese technique of paper marbling called suminagashi (or, floating ink).
Atwood shared that the collection was inspired by, "a lazy weekend, the soothing feeling of sleeping in, stretching your legs and feeling blissfully relaxed." She aimed to capture "those moments when the sunshine pours through the window, creating speckled and gridded patterns across the room." The Dobler collection is sold by the yard and is available now at Studio Four.
Atwood has also debuted a mini-collection of pillows. It officially launches in March 2015, but until then we can pick up some of the patchwork cushions shown below. A few of the pillows, which start at $129, are composed of Atwood's handmade, one-of-a-kind shibori panels.