Marika Meyer Textiles.
Barry Dixon for Vervain.
The Tidewater Collection from Jamie Merida.

Local Flair

Area designers launch chic fabric, furniture and wall-covering lines

SOFT PALETTE
Marika Meyer has updated the Spring 2017 collection of her eponymous fabric line in a softer palette; pictured above are Pompeii, San Michele and Laurel Leaf in new, neutral colorways. In addition, the designer will soon debut a Summer 2018 collection inspired by 19th-century botanical engravings. Marika Meyer Textiles are available at Guerin Design Collective. marikameyertextiles.com

DESIGN INSPIRATION
Barry Dixon’s first wall-coverings line for Vervain boasts motifs ranging from botanical prints and landscapes to abstract striaes and geometric patterns. The 12 designs are produced using laser-printing and digital-imaging techniques as well as hand-printing, flocking and beading. Pictured above: Limonium, rendered from 19th-century, hand-colored specimen studies owned by Dixon. Available through Fabricut at J. Lambeth. vervain.com

UPDATED TRADITIONAL
The Tidewater Collection of tables, chests and accent pieces by Easton, Maryland-based Jamie Merida for Chelsea House marries Chinoiserie and Chinese Chippendale motifs with updated materials and finishes. Pictured above: Trio Tables, made of marble and iron finished in antiqued gold leaf. Available at Merida’s Easton store, Bountiful Interiors. jamiemerida.com