When in college pursuing my fine arts degree, I always loved the tactile nature of the oil paints on the canvas. The fascination carries on today as I incorporate traditional painting with computer techniques to produce my work.

These designs suggest a handmade quality reflecting my influences:


  1.   Designer at TableTableaux.com

  1.   Textile design in both menswear and home furnishings

  1.   Extensive experience in advertising, graphic arts & commercial printing.

  1.   Fine Arts Degree, Queens College, C.U.N.Y. 

  1.   Continuing Education:

     Fashion Illustration, Drawing & Commercial Illustration courses,

          Academy of Art, San Francisco, CA

      Textile Design courses; California School of Professional Fabric Design,    

          Berkeley, CA & Image West Design, San Anselmo, CA

In the past it was cost prohibitive for an individual textile designer to manufacture their own fabric.

Digital printing has advanced and expanded dramatically in the last few years to include many types of fabrics.

Now it is possible to design and manufacture shorter fabric runs that are time sensitive and on trend in the marketplace.

Thus, my idea was born to create fun and fabulous table linens. Most of what is out there is designed for the mass market. Rather boring and not very interesting. It is meant to appeal to the least common denominator. 

All designed and produced here in the U.S.A. Everyone in the process
was paid a living wage.*

Color and the feeling it evokes: texture and the sense of comfort or luxury it instills...

-Natures color and beauty.

-Traditional craftsmanship: tile work, marquetry, ikat

-Todays modern sensibility to preserve the

    environment, while incorporating natural elements.


“My sense of color and experience in textile design enable me to do what I love:

       bring a room together with warmth and charm.”

   All designs copyright TableTableaux 2014

Contact Info: Nancy@TableTableaux.com

*Living wage defined:...’the dignity of all work demands just wages to meet todays living costs.’ Living Wage Coalition of Sonoma County

Eco-friendly printing.

Traditional textile printing and manufacturing can consume resources and produce waste. This digital process has little excess or waste of ink, water or electricity. Water-based inks are used. There are no other chemicals used in the manufacturing process. Some fabrics are organic and all are natural fiber materials.