­Hi Everyone!

If you haven’t found a fabric company to fall in love with, look no further. Ellisha Alexina has created a collection that stands above the rest in the design world. Utilizing polychromatic screen printing and hand painting, Alexina has created extravagant and intricate pieces; each yard carefully crafted and made to impress.


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However, we decided that loving the fabrics wasn’t enough. Now that we know all about the product, we thought it was time to find out a little more about the mind behind the designs as well:

Favorite Book:
I am a fan of poetry. Recently, a good friend gifted me Chasers of the Light: Poems from the Typewriter Series by Tyler Knott Gregson. I keep it in my living room and turn to it all the time.

If You Werent a Designer You Would be a:
A Meteorologist. I have a passion for weather and the patterns they create. I am always the first to let you know about the latest weather updates.

3 Things Every House Needs to be a Home:
You most definitely need a creative space/study, an outdoor space to relax, and live plants.


If You Could Live in a Movie Set it Would Be:

Tracks, staring Mia Wasikowska. It is a film about a young woman who goes on a 1,700-mile trek across the deserts of West Australia with four camels and her dog. I would love to have been part of her journey.

What Inspired You to Become a Designer:

I am most inspired by the process behind a product. I have always had an inclination toward textiles, design, and working with my hands. It was my final year in college when I discovered a way to print fabric by hand painting on silk screens. I became drawn to this technique and started my company out of the love of producing fabric with this process.

 What are Your Go-To Colors:

I am drawn to warm neutrals. I love the soft, calming effect they radiate. When I do add color, I gravitate towards shades of indigo, greys, and light purples. Recently, I have had a crush on copper.


 What inspires you?

I am in love with astronomical twilight and museum archival books. Every season in New England gives off different sunsets, and I am known to stop whatever I am doing to run and find a spot to watch the sky turn from warm to cool colors. It is so fascinating. Also, I love to get my hands on archival books. Recently, I obtained a copy of the Tissus Coptes Du Musee de Louve by H. Ernst, Paris 1932. The delicacy and history behind these are breathtaking.

 When Talking About Trends:
END IT: I cannot handle anymore chalkboard paint or chevron prints. Those two things need to come to an end.
LOVE IT: I’m in love with open shelving that showcases organized collections. I love the idea of the curiosity cabinet in today’s world.
WANT MORE OF IT: Oversized art. I love the minimalist approach and confidence of picking one bold, curated piece and letting it speak for itself.



Ohorona24.in.uamansky is a story-teller at heart. Her unique perspective and tailored design process empower her to create singular interiors for clients all over the world.

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