Manic Botanic

design by
Katie Stout

USA, 2017


Since the dawn of home decor, western civilization has invited nature indoors. All too often though, it is domesticated, trapped in sensible and pleasing patterns. Manic Botanic seeks to free floral patterns from preconceived notions of taste and allow them to feel wild. The design is made from watercolor, crayon and pencil drawings of mutated fruits that are then haphazardly collaged into an unkempt compilation reflecting the disorderly order of nature.


Pile composition: wool and silk Technique: hand woven Origin: Nepal Size. 305x305 cm


Katie Stout


Emerging designer Katie Stout (b. 1989) describes her work as "naïve pop," a caricaturization of furniture as it is traditionally understood and of the motifs of suburban domestic life. She utilizes a diverse range of media and often unexpected techniques. Her expansive body of work includes lighting, seating, shelving, mirrors, carpets and curtains. Her work is refreshingly disarming in its simultaneous sense of dark irony and the joyful celebration of childhood innocence that it evokes.

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Manic Botanic

USA, 2017

Since the dawn of home decor, western civilization has invited nature indoors. All too often though, it is domesticated, trapped in sensible and pleasing patterns. Manic Botanic seeks to free floral patterns from preconceived notions of taste and allow them to feel wild. The design is made from watercolor, crayon and pencil drawings of mutated fruits that are then haphazardly collaged into an unkempt compilation reflecting the disorderly order of nature.

Pile composition: wool and silk Technique: hand woven Origin: Nepal Size. 305x305 cm

Katie Stout

Emerging designer Katie Stout (b. 1989) describes her work as "naïve pop," a caricaturization of furniture as it is traditionally understood and of the motifs of suburban domestic life. She utilizes a diverse range of media and often unexpected techniques. Her expansive body of work includes lighting, seating, shelving, mirrors, carpets and curtains. Her work is refreshingly disarming in its simultaneous sense of dark irony and the joyful celebration of childhood innocence that it evokes.

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