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The all NEW Papier Grove Citron by Wayne Pate + Studio Four NYC

Monday, October 24th, 2016

We are always eager to get feedback from our clients on our Studio Four NYC products. When we debuted the Wayne Pate collection, we created the Grove Citron pattern as a fabric and it was an immediate fan favorite. What we were hearing from a lot of you, was that you wanted to see this pattern on the wall. So thanks for speaking up, because we are SO excited about this beautiful wallpaper!

The Papier Grove Citron is the newest addition to the Wayne Pate + Studio Four NYC Collection.
Stay tuned for more additions that are sure to delight!



Grove Citron fabric, left; Papier Grove Citron, right


Full width of Papier Grove Citron, 27″

Call or stop by the showroom for samples and trade pricing!

Studio Four NYC Wovens + Prada

Friday, October 7th, 2016

These wovens from our own Studio Four NYC collection are the epitome of hip refinement. Who can marry those two worlds better than Miuccia Prada? Thankfully our own collection is worthy of such associations.


From top to bottom – Brussels in Antelope, Coco in Diagonal, & handwoven fabric by our in-house weaver Amazon in Coral (Photo from backstage of Prada Fall 2015 show)

Roksanda + Fall Colors

Friday, August 26th, 2016

Even though we’re truly sad that summer is coming to an end, we are so ready for Fall weather and Fall colors. What better way to welcome changing leaves and warm lattes, than with rich jewel tones with fresh pops of orange and blue. Roksanda’s mix of rich textures bring this color palette to the next level – coordinating perfectly with some of our favorite picks from the showroom.

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Fabrics from top to bottom: Studio Four NYC Handwoven, San Fernando; Clare Frost, Kabul; Kate Loudoun Shand, Little Zig in Mulberry and Pink

Photo courtesy of Vogue

Summer Cocktails + Wayne Pate

Monday, July 25th, 2016

Here at Studio Four, we love a well made cocktail; especially one that captures all the tastes of summer. And what better to go with our dog day tonic, than Wayne Pate‘s cool exotic style.

Palomas: Combine 4 1/2 cups of grapefruit soda, juice from 6 limes, and 1 1/2 cups of silver tequila. Pour over ice filled glass and garnish with a wedge of lemon and/or lime.

Cocktail Pattern Mashup

From top to bottom: Indian Summer fabric in Plum, Seaweed wallpaper in Bronze, Rebecca’s Garden fabric in Pumice

Stop by the showroom and escape from the heat of the city with this refreshing collection of fabrics and wallpaper.

Hunan Round Two

Wednesday, July 20th, 2016

One of the things we value most at Studio Four is our relationship with all of our wonderful clients. A lot of what we make and customize is greatly influenced by what you ask for and what you tell us is missing in the market.

Back in 2015 we released a collection of wallpapers with the the crazy fun and talented Amber Lewis of Amber Interiors fame. The patterns have been a big hit over the past year- I even have one installed in my own powder bath. But we kept getting feedback from designers that you’d love to see our Hunan design as a fabric.

So guess what?! We listened and here you have it, Hunan the fabric!


Hunan fabric printed on 100% Belgian Linen





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This worked out so brilliantly that we are now working on a fabric version of one of our Wayne Pate wallpapers. So check back in this Fall and we hope to have a couple of new fun surprises for you!




Ridiculous Brain Fabric Friday

Friday, March 18th, 2016

Do you ever have weeks, or maybe even months, where you find yourself trying to do so much at once that you end up wondering if you are successfully completing anything at all? Well, that is me this month. Lots of insanity, mostly good insanity and I am thankful for it all – but WOW, let’s just say I get more than a little excited for Fridays lately!!

So here is a look inside my ridiculously cluttered brain on this sunny Fabric Friday

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And here are close up images of the fabrics schemes I am feeling right now in a big way. I mean, my 5yr old son did inform me yesterday that spring officially begins in 2 days… so why not get a little giddy for some fun florals right?!

Happy Fabric Friday friends!

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Clockwise from top left: Tulu Textiles, Kezban; Luru Home, Fish Bowl in Peony; Studio Four NYC Textiles, San Fernando in 14-16

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Clockwise from top left: Arjumand’s World, Flower Pale Blue; Studio Four NYC Textiles, Suysel in 14-03B; Alamwar Textiles, Peshawar in Corn Flower Blue, Sky Blue & Sage

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Clockwise from top left: Clare Frost, Flower in Apricot; Studio Four NYC Textiles, Blue Jeans in Charcoal; Walter G Textiles, Hanami in Chalk

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Clockwise from top left: Studio Four NYC Textiles, Mekong in Emerald; Ferrick Mason, Lexington in Dogwood; Clay McLaurin, Elena in Gulf

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Clockwise from top left: Lake August, Agave Americana in Del Mar; Rebecca Atwood, Dashes in Soft Tangerine; Studio Four NYC Textiles, Bogeta in 12-02C



Fabric Friday + Studio Four Textiles

Friday, October 30th, 2015

Introducing four new additions to the Studio Four NYC Textiles collection of Belgian linens


The Blue Jeans collection, reminiscent of your favorite pair of worn-in jeans, is a stone washed herringbone linen in soft natural hues. Available in four washes: Chambray, Indigo, Charcoal and Denim.


The Coco collection is made up of sumptuous textures in neutral tones, mimicking the suiting fabrics favored by their namesake, Coco Chanel. These gorgeous linens are available in three designs: Dot, Diagonal and Dash.



The Jackie collection is a refined solid linen in deep warm hues. These solids come in three saturated colors: Espresso, Peacock and Shell.



And finally, the Katherine Collection, a raw solid linen tweed that has been stone washed for a velvety old world feel. Comes in four colors: Sand, Pond, Safari and Earth.



Call or stop by the showroom today for samples and pricing!

On the loom

Wednesday, October 21st, 2015

Weaving is an art form that necessitates a close relationship between creativity, technique, and functionality. While seemingly restrictive, it takes a true master of color and vision to produce a handwoven fabric that is both exciting and livable, tactile and refined.

Soraya, our resident master weaver, draws her inspiration from her daily life in this bustling urban landscape we call home. Since she is always busy developing samples for custom projects or new in-house collections, we thought we would take a peak and see what beautiful things she has on the loom this month…

Woven Inspo

“While impatiently waiting for the train like everyone else in the subway station, I was looking down to see how muddy my shoes had gotten since it was a rainy day and my favorite boots are not so rain friendly. I forgot all about the mud and was instead drawn to the dark grey dirty subway platform, the faded yellow paint there to warn us not to stand to close to the edge and how good it all looked with my current favorite shoes.


When creating a custom swatch, you’re able to design with Soraya using color and texture. Most fun of all, we have an amazing selection of yarn colors and styles in our weaving studio that suit any project. If you’d like to work with her, you can make an appointment through the showroom.

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Studio Four NYC + Rue Magazine

Monday, October 12th, 2015

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Rue Magazine stopped by for a visit recently, and published a gracious little article about our retail friendly shopping experience. Not a designer? That’s okay! You still have access to our designer fabric, wallpaper, and rug collections.


Rug by Eskayel, Pillows by Clare Frost and Boeme; call or stop by for trade pricing and samples



Custom handwoven prisms, available for purchase

Spies Like Us

Monday, January 5th, 2015

Happy New Year everyone! Over the holiday break I noticed that the home of one of our clients, the talented and lovely Elspeth Benoit, was featured in The New York Times. Elspeth and her husband, David Bevan, worked with Elizabeth Roberts of Ensemble Architecture in Brooklyn to renovate and restore an incredible townhouse in Cobble Hill. 

We were thrilled to see the finished results in The Times and especially excited to see her AMAZING sofa upholstered in our Amazon Emerald handwoven fabric paired up with an awesome leather hide from Avo in the same room. Take a look inside this incredible home…