Posts Tagged: Duralee

Susanna Salk and John Robshaw in his Connecticut studio At Home in Connecticut with John Robshaw

With a background in fine arts and painting, John Robshaw caught the textiles bug when traveling to India in the 1990’s. There he discovered his passion for fabric making and the handcrafted beauty of their artisan traditions. Working with makers throughout Asia, he developed his signature look of color and pattern rich global chic that was to become the hallmark of his thriving company.…
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Thank You Traditional Home

After recently writing about the fabulous new Tilton Fenwick fabric collection for Duralee, I was delighted to see partner Suysel de Pedro Cunningham’s beautiful bedroom, fully outfitted in the collection, featured in this month’s Traditional Home. traditional home Their signature pattern, Rocat, on the headboard, anchors the scheme and shows how successfully it mixes with the other fabrics for a fresh and updated traditional look.…
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Tilton Fenwick for Duralee Fabrics

I have known the Tilton Fenwick design team of Suysel DePedro Cunningham and Anne Maxwell Foster almost since the beginning of both of our journeys in 2010. It was a quick start out of the gate for the talented duo. They were published in TradHome and named one of the Top 20 New Trad designers to watch within months of opening their doors and shortly thereafter were the subjects of my first video feature, which gives a little background on the team.…
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