Designer Kyle Irwin has merged his passions for horticulture, travel, and design to create distinctive spaces that redefine the possibility of blending the modern and the traditional. After opening a celebrated home and garden store in 1999, Kyle turned his focus to landscapes and interior projects for local and international clients. Working out of a historic Spanish adobe in the heart of Santa Barbara, Kyle is inspired to bring history to every space he designs. Whether through a collection of objects or a special piece of furniture, his interiors evoke the feeling of a well-lived space.
Ceremonial Kuba cloth runner. Originating in the Democratic
Republic of the Congo, Kuba textiles are used as overskirts, and in other ritualistic tribal ceremonies. The raffia base is traditionally woven by the men, and the women of the tribe are ...
Ewe man's cloth (Adanudo) with motifs woven from
machine-spun cotton warp and weft made using the technique of plain weave with single and double supplementary wefts. Animal and zig-zag motifs.