Our Newest Home Decor Obesssion Has Arrived
Textile brand Fayce debuts large-scale embroidered wall hangings inspired by architectural details
Just a year and half after launching her cult-favorite textile brand Fayce, owner and designer Kim Rosen—who previously worked as an illustrator for such titles as the New Yorker and theWall Street Journal—has expanded her offerings to include readymade home décor pieces like pillows and throw blankets. This week, she goes big (literally) with the introduction of large-scale embroidered wall hangings.
The 37-by-28-inch decorative pieces, which come with a black-walnut header for easy hanging, begin as drawings inspired by shapes found in architectural details and vintage textiles and rugs. The drawings are digitized and embroidered onto natural linen in Rosen’s Easthampton, Massachusetts, studio. “These wall pieces combine everything I loved about the illustration process: color, composition, line, shape, pattern, and texture,” says Rosen, “Layering the thread acts much like paint on canvas, creating a sense of light, depth, and movement.”
Shop the wall hangings as well as the complete Fayce collection at faycetextiles.com.