"In just over two years we have created six fabric collections.  We can custom color and custom design patterns as well, and are proud to note that we get them in your hands within two weeks.  For the list of trade showrooms/stockists, head to Our SHOWROOM PAGE Please take a look at a few of our recent, happy customers..."

- owners & designers, Tamara Stephenson & Susan Young

Root Cellar Designs' fabrics are offered to the trade in design showrooms around the country.  With five fabric collections, there are over 65 fabric patterns and color way combinations.  

root cellar designs philosophy & products--Keeping with a commitment to made in America, all ready-made wares (pillows and table linens) are fabricated in the New York City garment district to support the local trade, with all fabric and paper printed in the U.S.   The fabric is a weighty woven linen/cotton (combination (55% linen, 45% combed cotton) and 54" wide with 6.2 oz per square yard and 100 X 48 thread count.  This is a quality, all purpose natural textile appropriate for upholstery, table linens, pillows, drapery and bedding. 

Tapping into rich decorative art history with a love for antiques, fashion, nature and even taking inspiration from everyday items, the duo combines unusual color combinations to create fresh, innovative patterns.

Six fabric collections to date--Fig & Lemon, Metamorphosis, Fashion Forward, East/West, Renaissance and Exotica..  A bit about the process and designs...  

EXOTICA, April 2017:  the colors and patterns harken to a bohemian, layered way of combining textures.  The most vibrant color mix, showing modern designs with edge for a sophisticated yet playful aesthetic.  New colors added to already existing patterns.

RENAISSANCE, Spring 2016:  a nuanced and subtle collection, Renaissance reflects a classic yet modern collection showing an urban edge with some neutrals to boot.

EAST WEST, Fall 2015:  Inspired by the Colonial era when steamer trunks were used to transport items for the home after travel.  There are Asian-influences infused in the collection but also elements of Americana.

FIG & LEMON, Spring 2015: channeling French vintage fruit and vegetable tea towels, these toiles were designed for the annual Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Tabletop gala's black-tie dinner fete in Grand Central Station's historic ballroom.

METAMORPHOSIS, Summer 2015:  Wielding a playfulness, this collection is inspired by critters, bugs, animals and the natural world combined with fun geometric patterns channeling faux animal motifs.

FASHION FORWARD, winter 2015   Tapping into a love of fashion and history, the duo created unique patterns combining modern designs from Susan's fashion dress collections infused with details from 19th century iconic fashion illustrations.

please see all fabric patterns and colorways offered...