Molly Rose Freeman designs textiles that weave together her love of color, pattern, and the living world. Her original designs are borne from a loving attention to nature: the architecture of leaves, the rhythm of waves on the ocean, the imperfect symmetry of a flower. She animates her hand-drawn patterns with vibrant colors to create textiles that are playful, organic, and full of joy.
After a decade painting large-scale murals, Molly began designing textiles in 2020. As she spent more time in her home—like so many others during that time—she shifted her focus from designing for public spaces to designing for the most private one: the home. She began envisioning what she wanted around her: soft, colorful things that sparkled with vitality. Warm, cozy things that could wrap you up and make you feel safe. Imaginative things, squashy things, things that felt like home. And soon, these visions came into form as a collection of throw pillows, throw blankets, quilts, and scarves.
Molly now designs textiles full-time in her North Carolina studio and works with a small, family-owned knitting shop in the USA to create heirloom-quality pieces. The yarn used to make each one is milled in North Carolina and Spain, and it is made from OEKO-TEX Certified 100% recycled fibers (75% cotton, 25% acrylic) that would otherwise end up in the landfill. It is with great joy that Molly shares these pieces with you and your beloved spaces, in celebration of our beautiful world and all that connects us.