Classic and Contemporary: Sister Parish Design
Sister Parish Design takes Albert Hadley and Sister Parish's favorite fabric and wall covering designs and translates them for today's interiors. Recolored and redesigned the patterns and colorways combine classic with contemporary. For their Fall 2019 Collection, Sister Parish Design is particularly excited about the addition of Albert's design Sintra on printed grasscloth. Inspired by the iconic Tree of Life motif and named for the exotic Portuguese city, the foliate ornamentation is the perfect complement to his more geometric patterns. In San Francisco, you can view the complete line at HEWN in the San Francisco Design Center.
Sister Parish Design “Kismet” available in both fabric and wallcoverings is a playful take on the zig-zag, here shown in Gold, designed by Albert Hadley
Sister Parish Design “Cecil Stripe” Grasscloth, named after Cecil Beaton, the design was originally a custom print for Parish-Hadley clients. Here it is shown in Natural, designed by Albert Hadley
Sister Parish Design “Albert” available in both fabric and wallcoverings is a subtle yet lively pattern with understated chic, here shown in Sage Brush Green, designed by Albert Hadley
Campbell is a rendition of a textile that Alan Campbell designed for Sister Parish. Alan, Inspired by geometric African batiks, initially produced fabrics in the bathtub of his New York City apartment. In the sixties, Albert and Sister discovered him and his beautiful textiles. They went on to collaborate with Alan on many custom designs for Parish-Hadley projects.