Summer Textiles on a hot day

Summery, Bleach-Cleanable Brights Make Clean-ups Easy, and Offer Sustainable Features Too!

Here we pair our bright and happy In Stitches with Everywhere, our new indoor/outdoor polyurethane. These two textiles are designed for spaces where bleach and other harsh chemicals are used to clean upholstery. In Stitches is woven with solution dyed nylon, which provides durability and colorfastness for years to come. Because Everywhere is designed for outdoor use, it too is extremely colorfast and can be easily cleaned and is the perfect textile for banquette seating and high traffic use areas. An added feature is that both are considered sustainable and can contribute to LEED points.

In Stitches - Sina Pearson Textiles

Niche Design – beautifully simple lines


The concept behind this eco-luxurious collection of barstools, occasional tables, and benches is to fuse high design with environmental sustainability. The SHAPE series is constructed with a social conscience…each piece is handcrafted exclusively from locally sourced materials with minimum 75% recycled/reclaimed content.

The SHAPE series features reclaimed solid walnut and eco-friendly concrete options with stainless steel frames, suitable for indoor and outdoor use, residential and commercial applications.

Custom concrete colors, custom sizes, and other wood species (cherry, oak and black locust) are available upon request.

Email us at for more information.

Tom Raffield | Steam Bent Furniture

Tom Raffield

The Chaise Longue is my signature piece. It has proved to be an immense success over the years and has been sold to clients internationally

The Chaise Longue is as much a piece of art as it is a functional seat. It becomes a true showpiece in any environment, which demonstrates how wood can be used to make such complex yet beautiful 3D forms.

Suitable for indoor use only

Sustainably sourced solid British Oak

Finished with Danish Oil, Beeswax and Carnauba wax

Height 120cm
Length 200cm
Width 100cm

For More Information Contact:

Tom Raffield

Jones Falls Furniture | Launch Party

Jones Falls Furniture | Launch Party


June 28, 2012


71 West 23rd Street, 18th fl.

Hosted by the Mohawk Group with special guest LMNOP

Please RSVP by June 20th

The Jones Falls Furniture Story

The Jones Falls Furniture Collection was created with the goal of putting people back to work while creating beautiful, timeless furniture pieces that are reduced to their most basic elements. By consistently using a combination of highest quality hardwood and aluminum, we seek to achieve the ultimate visual simplicity while ensuring structural stability.

All of our pieces are designed to be fabricated with minimum waste. Our materials are produced or harvested within a 500-mile radius of our production shops in Maryland and Michigan.

About Jones Falls

The Jones Falls is a river that runs through Baltimore, and has played an important role in the industrial history of that city. Today, it remains an important, somewhat hidden, natural feature that is at the origins of the city’s north-south transportation routes.

One of Baltimore’s earliest highways, the Jones Falls Expressway (JFX), also known as Interstate 83, was conceived in 1943 as a collaboration between Baltimore city officials and Robert Moses, New York’s master planner. The highway’s route was extremely disruptive to Baltimore’s “organic” settlements along the Falls, dividing communities and eroding industry, all for the facilitation of automotive transit.

We hope to recover a small part of the jobs lost as well as the natural beauty and environmental health of the valley.


Sina Pearson Textiles | Color Stories June

The Colors of Summer: Turquoise and Lime

Nothing says summer like fresh turquoise blue and lemony lime. For a playful combination, mix Linguine and Sedona Stripe‘s ministripes with Santa Fe Sun‘s abstract flowers. Texture abounds with Destinations 2.0‘s dimensional chenille and the sleek solids of Everywhere, Cozumel and Calypso add punch. These fabrics will bring a sunny, summery disposition to any interior.

Color Stories | June 2012

For More Information and Samples: Contact Daniel Tillman |