The Illustrious History of the World’s Most Iconic Textile Pattern
Marika Meyer releases her own iteration of the pattern, inspired by the 19th-century English, folk art–style vernacular, infused with her own modern touches. Her latest collection is centered on botanicals, and she says this particular large-scale pattern was important to refresh, while keeping in-step with its deep historic inspirations.
These Rich, Worldly Colors Are What Your Home Needs Right Now for Fall
Designer Marika Meyer looked to Beatrix Potter’s botanical illustrations for her cheerful linen print, Beatrix.
Marika Meyer + Galleria = Gorgeous New Rugs
Kevin Fusting saw Marika Meyer’s potential. The second-generation owner of Galleria Carpets & Rugs at the Washington Design Center, a longtime collaborator with the Bethesda designer, was enamored of her antiquities-inspired textile collection—so much so that he took some initiative.
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Maker Monday: Marika Meyer
A good designer knows that weaving a personal touch into a project is a way to leave a lasting impression. With over ten years of design experience under her belt, Washington, DC-based firm owner Marika Meyer brought her signature style to the next level with the creation of Marika Meyer Textiles, an exclusive line of three practical collections of fabric for designer use.