Happy Monday! What better way to start the week than with fun, punchy patterns? Today I wanted to share a line of distinctive textiles I've fallen in love with- Michael Devine Hand-Printed Fabrics. Created by interior designer Michael Devine, the fabrics are all painstakingly hand-printed in a mix of modern and classic patterns. He's been creating his swoon-worthy fabrics since 2007, and some of the biggest designers in the industry routinely use them. Here's a run down of my favorites:
I love Michael's Dottie print because it reminds me of a cheetah but is still versatile enough to mix with other patterns. Venice is another personal fave:
The back of these dining chairs feature Venice in color Wedgewood- I love the soft colors that create a serene, spa-like feel:
This children's reading nook has 2 throw pillows upholstered in Venice's Scarlet color way:
When I was little I would've LOVED to have my own private reading nook!
Charlotte Moss used Devine's Beekman pattern for the drapery in her living room. I LOVE the mix of green velvets:
But perhaps the most popular fabric of all in Michael's collection is Fretwork. It seems to pop up everywhere- even upholstered on walls!
A few years ago, Michael and his partner Thomas Burak hosted an intimate backyard fete for Lonny Mag. The canopy he created is constructed of gorgeous Fretwork with a complimentary cornice:
In addition to designing, Michael loves to host parties and even released a coffee table book about seasonal entertaining outdoors. His website also includes several fab gifts under $50 incorporating his whimsical patterns:
I'm dying to use the Dottie fabric somewhere in my own home. Which Michael Devine textile pattern is your fave?