Eye On Design: Naked Ladies Textile-Upholstered Sofa By Caroline Z. Hurley

naked ladies sofa by caroline z hurley photo by gail worley
Photos By Gail

‘Getting Naked’ on the sofa means something entirely different when this unique piece of furniture is part of your living room. The Naked Ladies textile (the name referring to the depiction of the female form in the design) comes from Caroline Z. Hurley Studio. Featuring a repeating pattern of nude female figures in various poses, the whimsical print started out as one of Caroline’s paintings. The studio later collaborated with amazing screen printers in Rhode Island to translate her art onto fabric.

naked ladies textile photo by gail worley
Naked Ladies Textile Print Detail

Caroline Z. Hurley Studio is a textile and home goods brand based in Brooklyn, New York, that focuses on creating unique, handcrafted pieces using sustainable materials and traditional techniques. The Naked Ladies Textile is just one of the many designs in their collection, which also includes hand-dyed indigo fabrics, hand-woven throws, and block-printed linens. This design is hand-printed onto a linen and cotton blend, using water-based, non-toxic inks.

Textile Details:

Width: 53″ (printed) 57″ (finished fabric)
Content: 50% Linen, 50% Cotton
Vertical Repeat: 20 1/8″
Horizontal Repeat: 18″
Yards Available: 48 yards
Minimum order: 3 yards.

Priced at $185 per yard, the Naked Ladies textile is available for customizing your own furniture project from Caroline Z. Hurley in Brooklyn.

Photographed at the 2019 Architectural Digest Design Show in NYC.

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