aze textile designs

posted by the scholar on January 8th, 2008
filed under: design, home accessories, textiles

do you think the dinner table ever feels lonely in this age of fast moving lifestyles, only used for holidays and special occasions? sprucing it up with this clever messy tablecloth from poland’s aze designs might make it feel like a more important part of the family. the folks at aze strive to create modern home designs that embrace and incorporate old world traditional techniques, like embroidery and weaving.





and just in case your bed feels lonely, here are some rem bed linens along the same premise:




oh! and i like their funky cotton rugs too!



select pieces from aze are available at zoom zoom, but i don’t have a clue if they ship overseas or not (sorry no polish language!). best move? aze’s website.

via betterlivingthroughdesign

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6 Responses to “aze textile designs”

  1. sosser Says:

    those embroideries are so refreshing and delightful! love love love!

  2. the scholar Says:

    hi sosser,

    i smell a diy coming on… so cool! 🙂

    c u soon!

  3. michelle white Says:

    oooh the table clothes and bed spreads are so terribly creative!!! they’re really delightful…. and so much fun!

  4. the scholar Says:

    hi michelle,

    i love the whimsy in these clever pieces. there is something very uplifting about the whole line… but especially that embroidery!

    great to see you – your new artworks are terrific by the way – thanks for stopping by! 🙂

  5. Bri Says:

    I think it’s a little on the chaotic side for me, but I absolutely love the spilled wine touch. Funny, how I like the actual allusion to mess, but the rest is a little too busy for me. The concept is a great one. All the sleeping positions are fun.

  6. the scholar Says:

    hi bri,

    well there certainly is a lot going on but it’s quite entertaining, in a chaotic kind of way. 🙂

    i reckon it’s a nice substitute for people who like dinner parties and dislike cleaning up after them!

    thanks for popping in!

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