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Block-Printed Table and Bed Linens by Studio Ford

The linens I’ve been noting for summer dinner parties—and summer bedrooms? That would be Collection IV, the latest line of handmade textiles from Studio Ford, based in LA (and frequent collaborators with Commune). The collection is inspired by the tradition of overshot weaving; popular in the US at the turn of the 19th century, it’s easily recognized by its repeated geometric patterns, but Studio Ford’s take is made using the block printing techniques that sparked their own beginnings.

Take a look at some of the subtly colorful, subtly patterned—and, often, reversible—quilts, tablecloths, and throws.

Photography by Giulio Ghirardi.

Collection IV Textiles by Studio Ford
Above: The block-printed percale Toledo Quilt ($525) is fully reversible, “made by hand over many months,” according to the studio. The underside is a colorful striped design.
Collection IV Textiles by Studio Ford
Above: Overshot weaving became popular in the US to make coverlets; Studio Ford’s updated takes are hand-stitched “using a traditional unknotted running-stitch technique.”
Collection IV Textiles by Studio Ford
Above: Pattern inspiration.
Collection IV Textiles by Studio Ford
Above: The collection also includes table linens, like the Sequoia Tablecloth ($285), hand-printed on a cotton-linen background.
Collection IV Textiles by Studio Ford
Above: A detail of the Arches Tablecloth ($285).
Collection IV Textiles by Studio Ford
Above: The Toledo Tablecloth in blues and reds ($285).
Collection IV Textiles by Studio Ford
Above: The Acadia Tablecloth, in blue-grey and ochre, makes for a more muted tablescape ($285).
Collection IV Textiles by Studio Ford
Above: The reversible block-printed Meridian Quilt ($525) has a geometric pattern on one side and slim maroon stripes on the other. Pillows—like the Thatcher Lumbar Pillow ($315), shown on the chair and bed—mix and match with any of the patterns.
Collection IV Textiles by Studio Ford
Above: The Acadia Quilt ($525) and Pillows ($375 each).
Collection IV Textiles by Studio Ford
Above: For a look at the full collection, head to Studio Ford.

And for more handmade textiles, consider:

N.B.: This post was first published on June 30, 2022 on Remodelista.

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