In today's photo-obsessed, highly Pinterested world, finding inspiring imagery often feels like sifting through miles of sand for a lost ring. It's overwhelming, and, most of the time, leaves us in an I've-been-staring-at-a-computer-screen-too-long sweat.
Which is precisely why we're so crazy for L.A.-based textile designer Joanna Williams' latest project. The Kneeland Co. Research Library is an appointment-only archive of images, textiles, art books, jewelry, handmade treasures from far-away lands, and tons of other creatively inspiring curiosities. But, instead of going on and on about it, we'll let Williams and the images speak for themselves.
(Sidenote: We definitely recommend pinning the following photos to your Pinterest account).
Not in L.A.? Follow Williams here & here for seriously inspiring images.
Joanna Williams - Kneeland Mercantile Co., L.A., Style
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