Designers & Artists
Cushions, Throws, Pouches & More
Anke Drechsel is a German designer and internationally recognized brand for exclusive home textiles and accessories founded in 1986. Her silk and silk velvet textiles are intricately woven and embroidered by master craftsmen in India, ensuring each piece is a true work of art.
Cushions & Papers
Founded by Vincent and Jean Baptiste in 2012, the line is based in Paris, and named for a mistress of Louis XV who was a major patron of the decorative arts. Inspired by 18th century book bindings and production techniques, Antoinette Poisson’s collection of printed papers and fabrics are rooted in and emanate old-world charm.
Astier de Villatte
Ceramics, Candles, Incense & More
Astier de Villatte was founded in 1996 by Ivan Pericoli and Benoit Astier de Villatte. Each of their ceramics are handmade in Paris of black terra cotta clay with their signature glossy white glaze. Inspired by 18th and 19th century designs, each piece is entirely unique. If you crave more color, peruse John's collaboration with ADV, which marries his distinctive imagery with their signature shapes. Their collection has grown to include scented candles, incense and colognes. Learn more about Astier de Villatte here.
Ceramic Vases, Pitchers & Platters
Amanda Moffat draws inspiration from classic fabrics and Piranesi sketches for her hand thrown pieces. The blue and white stoneware bowls, plates, platters and vases from her Indigo collection are painted with porcelain and then glazed in her Brooklyn Studio , resulting in finishes that vary from shades of white to smoky grays and rust tones.
Atelier Saint-Andre Perrin
Sylvie Saint-Andre Perrin achieves the marble effect of her line of ceramics by a process called ‘terre mêlée’, or stamping, rendering each platter and plate a one-of-a-kind creation. Each color of clay is created by mixing in various oxides that are then swirled and shaped using plaster molds. Her unique pieces are beautiful and functional (dishwasher safe).
Armitano Domingo Ceramics
Ceramic Dishes, Mugs & Platters
Inspired by the music, art and ornamentation of the Baroque and Renaissance era's, Founder Marc Armitano Domingo’s Botticelli Ceramics is a collection of porcelain dishes, saucers, and cups handmade in NYC and LA with unique variations and 14K gold accents.
Caravan & Couleur Nature
Napkins, Tea Towels & Tablecloths
Caravan, a celebrated home and lifestyle brand based in France, embodies the simple sophistication of design from around the world. Among the myriad of carefully curated pieces, including glassware, towels, trays, and throws, Caravan presents their traditional Gingham Collection. Each two-toned napkin is made from 100% hand-spun linen and is the perfect addition to any tablescape.
Cereria Introna has been producing candles in Italy since 1840. Passed down through six generations, the company has expanded to include candles for every type of occasion, and taste. These guilt free sweets, breads, cheeses and spirits are made from natural paraffin wax and 100% cotton wicks.
John’s love of 18th and 19th century antiques led to the creation of his furniture collection with Cisco Brothers, an eco-friendly, family-run company based in Los Angeles. John’s designs are inspired by antique pieces found in Europe and the US and pair old style elegance and detailing with sustainable materials.
Bedcovers, Shams & Table Linens
Charvet Editions linen and cotton fabrics have been produced for over a century in the Northern French town of Armentieres which is known as "Cité de la Toile" -- the city of the fabric. Their bedding, kitchen and table linen in classic designs have a beautiful texture that only improves as you use and wash them.
Placemats & Runners
Celebrated for their innovative tableware and rug textiles, Chilewich is a pioneer in the home décor industry. The John Derian + Chilewich collaboration is a ten piece collection of placemats, placemat sets and table runners, bringing iconic ephemera designs to your dining room table.
Coral & Tusk
Cushions, Napkins, Pouches & Cards
Coral & Tusk's Stephanie Housley first creates her scenes as original pencil drawings before she painstakingly redraws them stitch by stitch using special computer software. Finished by hand in Coral & Tusk's studio, every machine-embroidered pillow retains the story-telling spirit and hand-drawn allure of the original illustration.
Inspired by Victorian era nostalgia, the Fry family has been creating beautiful wooden plate racks for the past 45 years. Their collection includes three distinct styles: Art Nouveaux, Gothic, and Arts & Crafts. Finished in Danish oil, the racks ensure functional longevity and decorative elegance.
Cushions, Throws, Wallpaper & Fabrics
Our Collection with Designers Guild combines their wealth of textile experience with the charm of John Derian’s signature style. In 2018, Designers Guild and John Derian first launched an ongoing exclusive new collection of fabrics, wallpapers and accessories growing each year.
Stoles, Scarves & Bandanas
Celebrated for their unique wool stoles, printed bags and cardigans, ÉPICE was founded by Danish design team Bess Niellsen and Jan Machenhauer. Individually designed, and handwoven in India, each piece is considered a work of art.
Linocuts, Paintings & Drawings
Hugo Guinness is a British painter, illustrator, and writer. He is best known for his linoleum prints. His work has been featured in publications such as The New York Times, The New Yorker, and Vogue. He lives and works with his wife and two daughters in Brooklyn, New York.
Learn more about Hugo here.
Cushions, Throws, Bedcovers & Robes
Each one of Jeanette Farrier’s creations has a story of it’s own; the London-based designer culls from her vast collection of vintage cotton sari fabrics, sourced from India, and reimagines them as singular throws, bedspreads, cushion covers, baby blankets, and robes. With her distinct eye for matching and coordinating colors and patterns, the results are truly exceptional.
Vases, Cups & Carafes
La Soufflerie's array of vessels and vases are made from 100% recycled glass and carefully hand-blown by the artisans at this family-owned and operated Paris-based studio, these pieces are the epitome of offbeat beauty; jolie laide in glassware form.
Leanne Shapton is an artist and illustrator living in New York City. Her hand-painted wooden books are one-of-a-kind interpretations of the classics that make great additions to any coffee table or bookshelf, or can be displayed on a wall as artwork.
Panels, Sarongs, Cushion, & Tabletop
Lisa Corti's passion for color and pattern was inspired by her childhood in Africa, her frequent trips to India and Southeast Asia and her current life in Italy where she operates stores in Milan, Florence and Rome. Each textile, quilt and pillow is hand block printed in India.
Scarves, Pillows, Books, Sculptures & More
Whether it's a silk scarf, a painted sculpture, a bag or a pillow, French painter Nathalie Lete incorporates magic, humor and a sense of nostalgia into anything she creates.
Jewelry, Stoneware & More
Marcie McGoldrick's hand crafted ceramic pieces range from stoneware cups, jewelry and incense vessels, to a series of delicate porcelain eggs. Kiln fired, glazed, polished and entirely unique, Marcie's work honors traditional methods and captures a modern sensibility.
Each one of Penkridge's exquisitely detailed porcelain creations is cast from an existing fruit or vegetable and then hand-painted to look like the real thing. This trompe l'oeil effect is inspired by early still life paintings.
As the main French company in home textiles sector, Pierre Frey is also a family business with a history of passion that has been handed down for three generations. Pierre and John's chinoiserie wallpaper was inspired by an 18th century panel found by John. The wallpaper is reproduced in it's original color, as well as two signature maison tones. It also evokes painted silks imported from China called "Pekins". Depending on the color, it is printed on a matte or iridescent non-woven backing. Shop>>
Since creating the original teddy bear in 1902, Steiff has remained the premier toy maker in the world. Their stuffed animals are made from quality materials and manufactured out of their 103-year-old factory in Germany.
The Green Vase
Livia Cetti makes each of her paper flower stems and potted plants by hand using materials that she has dyed, painted, cut and assembled. This painstaking work is well worth it, as these blooms will never wilt or need to be watered.
Straw & Felted Hats
All of Yaltch's hats are beautifully designed and intricately handcrafted by Yalçin Bilgüvar in Brooklyn, NY. Fashioned with either straw, felt, or fabric, each hat is made with the finest materials and traditional millenary techniques, ensuring longevity and timelessness.
Vintage by Crystal
Crystal Sloane meticulously creates her spun cotton creatures in her upstate New York home. Inspired by early German ornaments and figurines, these one-of-a-kind pieces range from sea life to farm and jungle animals to festive holiday people and critters.