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