episode 9

episode 9


1 minute read

In this episode we sit down with established Washington, D.C. interior designer and creator of one our favorite textile lines, Marika Meyer. Marika had us at “Beatrix,” a floral print inspired by beloved children’s author and accomplished botanical illustrator, Beatrix Potter. Marika’s textiles bring a unique, whimsical vitality to a room, and after meeting Marika – who is as smart and warm as she is talented –  it’s easy to see the connection between the designs and the designer. Get ready for a total fangirl moment! 

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In creating her patterns, Marika Meyer derives inspiration from botany, architecture, heirlooms, books, and more. As a result, her textiles introduce a storied and whimsical vitality to a room, which is why we love using her pillows in our projects! 
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