Erin Flett is about BOLD, IMPERFECT and ORGANIC shapes and elements, collaged together with a unique, hand-drawn, eclectic style.
Erin is a wife, and mother of two young girls, with a passion for funky vintage finds, and living and breathing design. She has won numerous design awards and has been published in a variety of design books, magazines, and blogs showcasing her distinctive hand. She was featured on the cover of Better Homes & Garden Magazine for the infamous September STYLE MAKER ISSUE as well as featured in a 6-page spread featuring her studio and design work. Her products have graced the covers of HGTV as well as her home featured in Country Living, and her products in over 40+ magazines such as O Magazine, HGTV Magazine, SIMPLE, over the past 7 years. Her products have been sold all over the world, in interior design studio shops, as well as eclectic, high-end home and children’s boutiques. She was also featured three times and named TOP TEN Textile Designers To Watch from Apartment Therapy.
Erin is a passionate, prolific designer who started her company in her basement, hand-printing her designs onto fabric with her husband, Maslen. She has since moved her growing business into an old, Maine cotton mill, with employees who help print, sew and ship her ever-growing collections. Her line includes pillows, bags, glassware, wall art, limited edition paper products, rugs, and wallpaper and wall art. She especially loves collaborating with interior designers and architects on custom projects.
Erin’s vision is to continue to create highly designed and crafted home goods that are mindfully made and encompass all the subtle details that make her unique, hand-drawn, graphic patterns sought-after and collected. Her edgy and joyful designs combine the “traditional” with the “modern,” breathing new life into the world of textiles. Her goal is to make her customers smile, and bring a fresh, new style into their homes.
Erin Flett is an illustrator textile designer with her own HOME LINE hand-printing her designs on luxurious cottons and linens in an old cotton mill in Maine. Her design is about BOLD, IMPERFECT and ORGANIC shapes and elements, collaged together with a unique, hand-drawn, eclectic style. She has won numerous design awards and has been published in a variety of design books, magazines, and blogs showcasing her distinctive hand.