It's All Material: A Living Fall Palette

Jodi Finer

19 November 2020


This time of year, a rich, natural palette always seems to present itself organically. I always seem to find myself innately pulling for warm taupes, camels, deep reds, honey creams, oh, and lots of black and deep browns. This inherent practice really gives weight to the notion that season plays a powerful role in our constant influx of color schemes. Here are some of my favorite palette finds for the season—From fashion to tabletop to rugs and lighting, they have all the fall feels.Jodi Finer, S. Harris, Creative Direction, Textured Blog, Fabrics


Dress The Part


I’ve been a fan of Ulla Johnson's beautiful clothing for quite some time. I admire the easy-to-wear, effortlessness each garment exudes, and her collections always feel steeped in a rich story. Recently, her narrative was never more clearly stated than in her SS21 Runway collection that paid homage to the designer’s long-time muse: New York City. The Manhattan-native cast the city skyline as her backdrop and the movement of her garments played the lead, but it was the thoughtful nature of the collection that moved me deeply. Read Ulla’s beautiful Love Letter to New York City here.

Dress the Part, Ulla Johnson, Textured Blog, S. Harris

 Images Courtesy Ulla Johnson


Cover All Your Ground


There’s nothing I love more than a killer collaboration. And the latest rug revival by stylist Colin King for Beni Rugs is truly spellbinding. Colin pulled his color cues from a past excursion to the Middle East, looking to Marrakech and Tangier for inspiration. Rich rust shades, royal aubergines, deep yellows, and inky navys comprise the palette of this sumptuous collection that you just want to sink your toes into.

Cover All Your Ground, Colin King, Beni Rugs, Textured Blog, S. Harris

 Images Courtesy Beni Rugs


Piece of Cake, Look At Me Plates, Textured Blog, S. Harris

Piece of Cake


Looking for a little something special to jazz up your holiday tablescape? I always am, and illustrator Magda Pilaczyńska has just the fix with her artistically crafted range of ceramics. I stumbled upon Magda’s work a few years ago at WantedDesign Show—You remember… the days of tradeshows? I was so drawn to her Matisse-like plates and abstract-faced platters inspired by vintage 1960’s Polish fashion posters. These dishes are sure to keep the conversation in full-swing straight through to the New Year.

 Images Courtesy Look At Me Plates


Everything is Illuminated, Trueing, Textured Blog, S. Harris

Everything is Illuminated


These Brooklyn lighting designers seem to have everyone talking (and buying!) their uber-chic light fixtures. Founders Josh Metersky and Aiden Bowman created a contemporary lighting studio that is as playful as it is functional—You can mix and match multiple glass colors to the base finish. I’m currently crushing on the Triple Elma in satin nickel with pink, emerald green and topaz yellow glass.


 Images Courtesy Trueing


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Visbal Velvet, Amber Bronze, S. Harris, Fabric, Fall Palette, Textured Blog

Efflorescence, Cocoa Amber, S. Harris, Fabric, Fall Palette, Textured Blog


Shearling, Saddle, S. Harris, Fabric, Fall Palette, Textured Blog

Plumage Stripe, White Sand, S. Harris, Fabric, Fall Palette, Textured Blog


Fantasia, Amber, S. Harris, Fabric, Fall Palette, Textured Blog

Maori, Black Rock, S. Harris, Fabric, Fall Palette, Textured Blog




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Jodi Finer

As the Chief Brand Officer of Fabricut’s boutique textile brand S. Harris, Jodi Finer approaches her creative position with a deep connection to her grandfather’s legacy, her relationship with her father, who has always been her north star, and a level of mindfulness to thoughtful living. Jodi and her team have turned S. Harris into a socially conscious brand, working with several nonprofit partners locally and globally to not only reshape the conversation around how design impacts wellbeing but also to create design accessibility. S. Harris provides her the opportunity to reinvent community, build a fresh creative culture and create meaning for the storied fabric house.

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