Working with the CAD team at West Elm, Emily worked on various textiles including bedding, throws and pillows. All artwork was manipulated in CAD using new or existing artwork.


Emily worked with Ellery Homestyles to create this signature design for their collection with BlissLiving Home. The Frida Duvet was completely handpainted.


A selection of work from Lichtenberg.  Most are purchased artwork, that she cleaned and made production ready.  The shibori design was an actual dyed design that was further manipulated in CAD.


As a Textile Designer for Dwell Studio Emily worked on creating original designs for Kids, Baby and Adult Bedding as well as licensed upholstery fabric for Robert Allen.  All work was hand-drawn and painted first, then further manipulated using CAD programs.


The Boho Boutique collection for Target is an exciting collection of designs that Emily worked on while at Ellery Homestyles.  All designs were all CAD derived, in some cases manipulating existing artwork to fit the needs of the customer.


VUE by Ellery is a contemporary bedding collection that she worked on while at Ellery Homestyles. It was heavily trend- driven CAD generated artwork.


Emily had the opportunity to work on the traditional end of the spectrum as well, specifically the Waverly and the Historic Charleston brands. Charleston Chirp was a best-seller update to a popular Waverly design, and the King Charles Matelasse is the cornerstone of the Historic Charleston brand.