Tour This Textile Designer's Antique-Filled Weekend Home
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To some, a collection of vintage ceramics, glass figurines, and mementos from trips are just dust-collectors, but to others, they are the makings of a beautiful home. After speaking with Terry Rosen, New York-based artist and textile designer, about her own experiences with curating decor, we have even more appreciation for decorating with found objects. Rosen, whose work features familiar motifs like food labels, newspaper ads, and her iconic ticket-stub fabric made popular by fashion designer Nicole Miller in the '90s, has now entered the home fashion industry with a new pillow line for DQtrs. From the looks of her weekend home in Great Barrington, MA, her use of everyday objects as inspiration transcends textiles to interior design. Keep reading to see how she uses this philosophy at home!