Archive Edition Inc. offers fine woven American made fabrics for upholstery and home furnishing featuring authentic period style and colors to specifically capture the warm luminosity of early 20th century interiors. Over the past 30 years Paul Freeman has dedicated his life to collecting Arts & Crafts era textiles. With his unique eye for exceptional artistry and deep knowledge of and love for period textiles, Paul has collected a truly unique library of authentic Arts & Crafts textile designs.
Archive Edition reproduces a series of carefully selected patterns from this library that we trust you will cherish for years to come. With a background in costume and fashion design, Kaytee has many years of experience working to create customized products and experiences for clients. She also has a great love of art history and appreciation for handcrafted goods. Kaytee has worked as a designer and fabricator for the past decade in cities such as New York, San Francisco, Seattle, and now she is happy to be in Los Angeles working with Archive Edition.
Karl Eulberg has been a collector and seller of Arts & Crafts furniture for two decades. His love for period furniture and textiles is equaled only by his interest in E-commerce and making Archive Edition a fun and easy place to explore and shop.
It is our pleasure to offer contemporary production of textiles inspired by Arts & Crafts design. We work with collectors and enthusiasts wishing to decorate in the style as well as others who appreciate the designs and the art of handcrafts.
I create contemporary Arts and Craft movement textiles. pillow covers, table runners, wall hangings along with my art as prints on paper. I specialize in screen printing, Batik, Shibori, hand painting, and dyeing.
Author, Columnist and Director of the National Arts & Crafts Conference at The Grove Park Inn since 1988
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