"Historically Inaccurate" Toile by Richard Saja

"Historically Inaccurate" Toile by Richard Saja

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Aaron Able
May 22, 2008

We've admired Richard Saja's embellished toile designs ever since we first spotted them at The Future Perfect a few years ago. This week, The New York Times follows Saja while he shops for textiles and inspiration at the Decoration & Design building on Lexington...

For a closer look at Richard Saja's work, check out his blog, Historically Inaccurate. For the story (and a brief history of toile) see The New York Times: Shopping for Toile With Richard Saja and their feature on toile and toile-like textiles: Shopping: Fabrics and Fabrications.

Images: Hiroko Masuike for The New York Times

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