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Sina Pearson Textiles.

With names like Adobe, Cactus, Thunder Cloud, and Turquoise, these fabrics capture the essence of Santa Fe. Inspired by her travels in the Southwest, designer and Seattle native Sina Pearson created Santa Fe Sun, a line of contemporary textiles whose stamp-block print motif evokes primitive folk-art pieces. "It's about happiness, color, simple ways of expressing love, and a singular sense of humanity," Pearson says. Pair the fabric on a throw pillow with one of the selections from its complementary line, Sedona Stripe, for a playful yet sophisticated look.

INFO Santa Fe Sun (shown in Turquoise) and Sedona Stripe (shown in Clear Skies) of the American Southwest Collection by Sina Pearson Textiles ($69-$75 per yard; available through Enid Ford Atelier, San Francisco Design Center, 415/255-1777).

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Date:Apr 1, 2007
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