Contact Us

Use the form on the right to contact us.

We try to respond email within 24 hours.  We ar a small studio so if we are on site there may be a bit of a delay but email is usually faster then telephone. thank you for your patience!

 

As of March 4, 2017, we are having problems with this email link. Please Use your own email program to write to us at info@annwallace.com. Thanks for your patience!

Box 79341
Los Angeles, CO 90079

213-614-1757

Textiles for early twentieth century and Arts & Crafts decor. We've been sewing for over 20 years. Curtains, shades, bedding accessories and many more resources for those who admire vintage style.

Ann's Arts and Crafts Textile Blog

<a href="https://www.bloglovin.com/blog/19044579/?claim=wwkqq5ryqab">Follow my blog with Bloglovin</a>

I will blog once a month, approximately on the 15th

 

Custom Work

ann wallace

Often we design a custom stencil for a customer and add it to our posted design library but just as frequently the work is so site specific that it's difficult so see how it could work in another location. Still, these pieces can be a design inspiration or just fun to look at!

This stencil was designed for a house in historic Riverside Illinois, one of the first planned communities in the US, planned by Frederick Law Olmstead - the designer of New York's Central Park. The design was based on the original R logo.

A custom applique border meant to coordinate with a Voysey wallpaper. This is a rather dense applique with triple top stitching in the leaves and we've thought too expensive to include in our stock designs!

A hand painted angel from the Voysey Angel Forest pattern on a roller shade. We also adapted some of the wallpaper foliage as a stencil pattern for the over drapes.

One of a series of landscape shades for a 19th century house in Texas. These painted shades were popular 100-150 years ago but can be expensive to produce as you are basically purchasing a series of original art.

A hand painted border of animal pirates for a children's room. These characters were inspired by a circa 1920's vintage fabric that the homeowner had found.

An original design for a couple of pillows for a rather elegant conservatory in Los Angeles. The pillows are stenciled, hand painted and picked out with machine stitching.