In Frame: Jamie Meares

Posted by Greta Braddock on Oct 04, 2016

Who: Jamie Meares, owner of Furbish Studio, interior designer and blogger behind I Suwannee.

What: A collection of custom framed Indian Banjara textiles that Jamie found while exploring a friend's warehouse of exotic treasures that her friend had brought back from India.

From Jamie: “I love that each piece is old and tells a story. They're like miniature pieces of artwork. I’m also glad that I was able to group them together to display them. I think their strength is in numbers. I went with the floating White Gallery Frame—I wanted the framing to be simple so that the intricate embroidered pieces could stand out.”

Have a treasured textile—or collection of textiles—that you want to frame? Here's the scoop on Simply Framed textile framing and why you should consider a floated frame. And for more of Jamie's awesome style check out I Suwannee and follow @jamiemeares and @furbishstudio on Instagram.

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