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One Species, 7 Million Patterns

March 16, 2017 0 comments, on Lab Nilaya

Ever wonder where a pattern ends up? A designer thinks it up – and sure, it ends up on a pillow or shower curtain, but there is a final place that patterns retire to. In a place called Wappingers Falls, in the Design Library, you will find the world’s largest collection of patterns – 7 million documented fabrics, original paintings, wallcoverings … Read on and discover how patterns are preserved and sourced: Inside The World's Largest Pattern Library

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Dippy about Dip Dye DIY

February 14, 2017 0 comments, on Lab Nilaya

It’s as fun as it sounds. We’re pretty excited because we’re holding a masterclass on behalf of Beautiful Homes where we show you simple but awesome dip dye techniques - some of which we’ve used on our Moods of Monsoon collection - with particular focus on Shibori - that oh so breathtaking Japanese art form. Classes will be held on 17th Feb - 11.30am to 12.40pm and on 18th Feb - 4.00pm to 5.10pm. Sign up at https://www.facebook.com/events/910165619087187/


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Ask a designer

January 25, 2017 0 comments, on Lab Nilaya

These days Facebook will tell you what kind of French fry you are by the movies you watch. Or what kind of movie you are by the French fry you eat. But nothing tells you more about a person than the space they inhabit. It's all about personality. We decided to interview some of our Nilaya designers about how they approach interiors. 


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It's a wall zone

December 06, 2016 0 comments, on Lab Nilaya

Creating a brand new product is always exciting. Especially in a category that’s already buzzing. You get to think up something totally fresh and new with a look, feel and voice that’s original and stand out. Roll of drums – from Lab Nilaya comes Wall-Ons.

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Felt Perfect

November 28, 2016 0 comments, on Lab Nilaya

Making felt ain’t a bad way to spend a weekend. We got our hands clean (you need tons of soap to felt) at the The Wari Watai Art Weekend as rug and textile designer, Sagarika Sundaram and felt manufacturer Bharat Thaker took us through a felt making workshop.

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