The Gaia Collection pays homage to this Greek goddess who, according to myth, rose out of chaos to create the Earth, Sea and Sky. Often referred to as Mother Earth, she filled the void of emptiness within the universe with lyrical landscapes, open seas and expansive skies. Elements of these formations inspired the beautiful, textural and organically appealing patterns of the Gaia Collection.

Yet, it’s characteristics of Gaia’s descendants that highlight each pattern – the luminescence of Aphrodite … the dimensionality of Artemis … the complexity of Cybele. The Gaia Collection can make any environment look ethereal yet grounded.

Composed of five compelling patterns of various scales and textures, the Gaia Collection also honors the namesake Pallas Athena, renowned for her prowess in spinning and weaving.


Named for the Goddess of Wilderness, Artemis is a tactile non-woven with a visually intriguing woven look with a soft, supple hand.


Named after the Goddess of Caverns and Mountains, Cybele offers a wonderfully complex textural appearance similar to rugged terrain.


Aptly named for the Goddess of the Harvest and Grain, this multi-colored textural pattern is reminiscent of grain sheaves.