Rally an architect from Nashville and Katherine an interior designer from Arizona met in 2002. After meeting, the smitten pair, decided to travel through southeast Asia to test their compatibility. The trip proved the relationship successful and Rally decided to propose to Katherine. Unlike most brides, Katherine chose to forego the traditional diamond engagement ring and opted instead for six weeks in India traveling and experiencing the local culture. The couple have always been open to adventure so when the economy tanked in the States, they packed their bags and relocated to island paradise of Bali with their two kids. In Bali, the couple drew upon their design backgrounds to launch a new fabric line and Katherine Rally Textiles was born! The collection offers beautifully handmade fabrics created by using the centuries old craft of batiking. The fabrics are available in many colorful and interesting patterns. Currently, dividing their time between Bali,Indonesia and Aspen, Colorado, the couple continues to bring us new designs when inspiration strikes. The influence of their travels is apparent in the designs of their fabrics. Yesterday, I was excited to receive a message from Rally saying they had recently returned from Indonesia and have added new designs to the line!
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Check out the new additions to the line below:
Damascus, Alexandra, Layla and Love Cats patterns .
Interested in how one develops an exciting fabric line like this one?
Well, I’ll tell you up front it takes love of adventure,blind faith and guts!
“The Design Connector” connecting you to the people, places, and products you need to know in the Interior Design World. Written by Lisa Mende, who is an Interior Designer, Tastemaker and Brand Collaborator located in Charlotte, North Carolina.