This pattern is referred to as Robin, Hummingbird and Aviary – no matter, this contemporary motif is a hit.
Native NYC designer Thomas Paul is well on his way to meeting his ultimate goal – having products that cover every aspect of the home grace his patterns. One of his popular designs adorn the objects featured here, and more. How fun it would be to sit around a table in the chairs above, each upholstered in a different color.
Velocity Art and Design carries a variety of thomaspaul items bearing the much loved birds. The powder and cream Robin rug is hand tufted 100% New Zealand wool. It would be an adorable nursery rug, and equally fitting for a sunroom.
Paul’s fabrics are available on light fixtures. The Oliver pendant is shown in aqua and the Tyler in moss. The pattern is referred to as Hummingbird in Velocity’s lighting section.
If you love the pattern, but don’t want to make such a bold statement, it was also used on a melamine serving tray from Seltzer Studios. Perfect for summer.
Our youngest daughter spotted the fabric at the local Calico Corners where it is known as Aviary. She had custom decorative pillows made for the master bedroom. The pair of euros were done in Tangerine and the round in Maize. The bright colors gave her the pop she wanted against the chocolate tufted headboard.