Even in – perhaps especially in – a neutral space, texture and pattern play a key role in bringing interest and a focal point. So we’re always on the lookout for interesting fabrics that clearly have a story of their own. That’s the case for Caroline Cecil Textiles.

Founder Caroline Cecil first creates her patterns as india ink drawings, then they are screen printed by hand onto Belgian linen and premium cottons. Her newest collection is inspired by carvings found on the statue of a Pharaoh, etchings on shells and brush strokes on Egyptian pottery. Caroline says, “When I began exploring initial concepts for the collection, I was incredibly drawn to the pigments, paintings, carvings and plant life from Ancient Egypt.” So she named the collection ACACIA after the plant praised for its sacred properties, flowers and seed pods. The capsule collection features three new patterns HANNU, GAMAL and KIYA available in an earthy color palette of ochre, neutrals, navy and celadon.

Take a closer look at the collection in the slideshow!