Tantalizing Textiles for the Table

Check out the chic decor from Pittsburgh-based artist and designer Janice Nelson.




photo by Janice Nelson

 

No boring fabrics here. Give an edge to your tea towels, table runners and pillows with these designs by Pittsburgh-based artist and designer Janice Nelson.

A graduate of the Fashion Institute of Technology, Nelson launched her line of home textiles, silk scarves and original art prints in the fall. The elegant prints are inspired by nature, travel, botany and Nelson’s own imagination.

She says all of the handcrafted items are made in the U.S.A. using natural products and environmentally friendly printing methods.

Available at:
janicenelsondesigns.com 
 

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