Patterns dishtowels

By Claire Vos

Patterns dishtowels

By Claire Vos

Iconic textile motifs merge and emerge three dishtowels designed by Claire Vos. A traditional French pattern dissolves into a pattern from Dutch folk art. Scottish plaid melds into an Asian theme. Finally, a Greek key turns into a checkered pattern. The patterns go through their choreography in graphic black and white, although a bright stripe of bright red, blue, or green bisects each towel.

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100% organic cotton

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8713147957602
€64.00 €52.89

PERFECT PRESENT

The set of 3 dishtowels will be delivered to you in a lovely package. It makes a great gift!

 

FORWARD-THINKING FABRIC

Patterns was developed at the Textiel Lab, a one-of-a-kind idea incubator in the Dutch city of Tilburg. Housed in an old textile factory and part of a larger museum complex, the Lab invites designers and artists to use its resource library and high-tech equipment to test new fabric concepts.

CLAIRE VOS

Textile designer Claire Vos specializes in re-interpreting traditional techniques and forms. Her source of inspiration may be an Indonesian ikat or Dutch blanket, but the end result will be completely contemporary. A graduate of Design Academy Eindhoven, Vos studied her craft in Italy, Switzerland, and Indonesia before settling in the Netherlands, where she shares a studio with her husband, Roderick Vos.

PERFECT PRESENT

The set of 3 dishtowels will be delivered to you in a lovely package. It makes a great gift!

 

FORWARD-THINKING FABRIC

Patterns was developed at the Textiel Lab, a one-of-a-kind idea incubator in the Dutch city of Tilburg. Housed in an old textile factory and part of a larger museum complex, the Lab invites designers and artists to use its resource library and high-tech equipment to test new fabric concepts.

CLAIRE VOS

Textile designer Claire Vos specializes in re-interpreting traditional techniques and forms. Her source of inspiration may be an Indonesian ikat or Dutch blanket, but the end result will be completely contemporary. A graduate of Design Academy Eindhoven, Vos studied her craft in Italy, Switzerland, and Indonesia before settling in the Netherlands, where she shares a studio with her husband, Roderick Vos.

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100% organic cotton

Designers: Claire Vos

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