Welcome to Clocking In, a new video series in which Curbed explores one individual's artistic contributions to the great, wide "wheel" of design; in other words, cool stuff cool people create. Care to nominate someone noteworthy? Do send a note.
Though DwellStudio has recently expanded its offerings to include furniture, home accessories, and bathroom products, the brand, based in New York, has always maintained a clear focus on its roots: textiles. With the help of textile designers such as Kay Weiner, classic (and centuries-old, in some cases) motifs such as chinoiserie and florals are given a modern, elegant personality that's high-impact without being too obvious, too forced. Here Weiner offers a glimpse into her workspace—plastered with gorgeous, eye-popping patterns, naturally—and shows off some of those mesmerizing drawing chops. Do have a look.
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