The Life Aquatic

Marine motifs bring the ocean home
Two curved armchairs in a corner with a backdrop of amorphous wavy graphics on walls.

Above Image: Ripples wallpaper through Phillip Jeffries

Close up of repeating print.

Harlow fabric by Ellisha Alexina through Hewn

Set of fabric swatches arrayed on top of a world map.

Hemisphere fabric collection through Knak

Repeating graphic of sailing boats and ships from earlier centuries.

Atlantis wallcovering by Zak + Fox through Kneedler Fauchère

Stylized graphic of underwater view of plant and animal life.

Sea Garden wallcovering through Schumacher

Stack of woven fabric swatches in shades of blue.
Repeating pattern of aquatic mammal that looks like a whale with a long twisted horn.

Monodon rug by Erik Lindstrom through Natalie Mize Colllective

Floral pattern.
Closeup of a vine pattern.

Atoll wallcovering by Harlequin through Una Malan

Fabric draped to look like waves and fabric has a wavy motif.

Tiepolo fabric by Peter Marino for Rubelli through Natalie Mize Collective

Underwater floral pattern.

Acropora wallcovering by Harlequin through Una Malan

Rug Designer J.D. Staron, in collaboration with The Carpet Maker, has launched The Upcycled Collection. This new range of carpets is created using a silk-like yarn called MonSilk, the first fiber made from 100% recovered ocean plastic. The entirely customizable collection can be hand-tufted, hand-woven, or braided; is available in 64 hues of MonSilk fiber; and is water repellent and mildew resistant, making it perfect for land or sea.

Above image: A custom Octagon Trellis rug in tufted MonSilk

Two Henry Adams Street, Suite 2M-33
San Francisco, CA 94103