October 29, 2011

Caitlin Wilson Textiles

I have been excited to see the great designs from Caitlin Wilson Textiles as I have followed her blog for years, even when she was living in Hong Kong and then making her move to Dubai. Now she is back in the US and has brought some fun, colorful and reasonable prints inspired by her international living taking us from scallop scales in South China seas to architectural inspirations from Byblos, Lebanon, one of the oldest cities in the world.

The beautiful designer, Caitlin Wilson

Most of the fabrics come in pillows 14x20, 16x26, 20x20, 24x24 and 26x26. This pattern is one of my favorites the Souk Trellis which is a twist on the trellis style with an exotic Arab type pattern found in markets and mosques. 

Peacock Scallop fabric inspired by the strong scales of the scallop evoke images of the South China seas.

Tangerine Lotus fabric that carries you to the exotic water gardens of tropical Asia

Jade Byblos fabric inspired by one of the architectural elements in Byblos Lebanon, one of the oldest cities in the world.

Navy Fleur Chinoise inspired by Asian blooms

Coral Tall Chevron inspired by her mesmerizing city experience in Dubai


  1. I love those pillows! Such simple but pretty patterns. Would love to get one for my mum for Christmas (and maybe one for me too). Do you know if I can buy them in the UK?

  2. Commercial Dubai is very much driven by the textile industry. Once a sleeping domain, the scene is completely changed now. textile shops in Dubai are a perfect place to bask into the glory of Dubai textile shopping.


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