African Ndop cloth made into comfy pillow covers look right at home atop this master bedroom bed. Elizabeth Pappas created this warm and welcoming space. You can visit her shop, House of Pillows, for a nice selection of African mud cloth pillows. Want your own Ndop pillow? Message me about the cloth.
photo: Elizabeth Pappas
This amazing boy's bedroom was created by one of my more colorful customers, Megan Jennings. Her son loves his new room! The pillow is made from a remnant of African indigo mud cloth from Morrissey Fabric. Megan did an incredible job!
How about a fabulous boho update for a director's chair? Vintage African Baule cloth from the Ivory Coast looks right at home as a stylish seat! This DIY chair came together by placing the African Baule cloth on top of the original canvas pieces, therefore reinforcing the Bitahe African fabric.
Mud cloth head wrap made from a remnant piece from the shop looks amazing on Beth Peddle. She makes global style look so easy. Well done. This young lady knows how to work an African indigo mud cloth.
photo: Beth Peddle @wildwoodorder
This beautiful space came together via the talents of Austin Carrier. Austin mixed the patterns like the pro he is.. African indigo mud cloth with a graphic shibori pattern in clean denim blue balances the composition. I'm honored Austin placed one of my vintage mud cloth textiles among pieces from Justina Blakeney, Anthropologie, urbnfurniture, and others.
photo: Austin Carrier