Molly Rose Freeman weaves together color, pattern, and a love of the living world. Born from a devoted attention to nature--the architecture of leaves, the rhythm of waves on the ocean, the imperfect symmetry of a flower--her original designs are playful, joyful, and brimming with life.

For twelve years, Molly painted murals, bringing vibrant color and organic pattern to life on a large scale. Over the years, she had the privilege of working with amazing clients, community partners, and collaborators in transforming public spaces through art.

In 2020, Molly shifted her focus from public spaces to a more private one: the home. She began designing textiles to bring softness and movement to her patterns, and she found a small family-owned knitting shop here in the US to help bring her visions to life. The result is an ever-evolving collection of blankets, pillows, wraps and scarves that celebrate our beautiful world, made for you and your beloved spaces.

Her work has been featured in British Vogue, the New York Times, and Headline News, and her clients include Microsoft, Mailchimp, NCR, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, and the City of Charleston.

Molly works from her studio near Charlotte, North Carolina. She lives with her husband Chris and their adopted French bulldog, Gus.

(P.S. Below are a few of Molly's murals from over the years.)