Seema Krish is a San Francisco-based textile designer who used to have a studio in Boston. I’ve posted images of her Boston studio along with later Seema Krish textile collections of her Boston studio and textile collections.
The newest Seema Krish block-print fabric collection was inspired by Northeast summer havens—Chatham, Yarmouth, and Nantucket.
Seema Krish textiles are created using traditional Indian techniques. Preserving India’s heritage of block printing, hand embroidery, and weaving is integral to her mission of creating beautiful block-printed fabrics with a modern sensibility. The fabrics are made by artisans in Bangalore, India, who are paid fair wages in safe workshops with whom Seema Krish maintains long standing relationships.
Chatham, a seaside town located in the elbow of Cape Cod is a botanical pattern reminiscent of the flowers found there.
Yarmouth inspired this modern floral pattern with an Indienne twist.
The Nantucket island pattern by Seema Krish draws from the lyrical repetition of sand dunes.
They look gorgeous on their own or layered, monochromatic or blending the various palettes. There are wallcoverings in complementary patterns too.
Photos courtesy of Seema Krish.
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