Charlotte Moss has designed many product collections throughout her career. Products that are currently under license are: Collections of china for Pickard, fabrics and trims for Fabricut (due in the Spring of 2011), fabrics and wall coverings for Brunschwig & Fils, carpet for Stark Carpet, decorative enamels for Halcyon Days, home fragrances for Agraria, lamps for Christopher Spitzmiller, and planters for Seibert & Rice. For more information and worldwide retailers, please visit the links below.
On sale now, Charlotte’s eighth title: “A Visual Life: Scrapbooks, Collages, and Inspirations” on the subject of scrapbooking reveals both the pages and the process behind Charlotte’s personal art – her scrapbooks and collages made of photographs, articles, and fabric. For more information and to view the A Visual Life page click here.
Charlotte’s seven previously published titles can be purchased through Archivia Books, our select bookseller in New York. Archivia has copies in stock, each personally signed by Charlotte – perfect for gift giving or your own library! Call Archivia Books at (212) 570-9565.
Charlotte’s collection of decorative framed art for Soicher-Marin was introduced at the 2012 High Point Market (October 13-18). Charlotte joins Thom Filicia, Mariette Gomez, Jamie Drake, Suzanne Kasler, Richard Mishaan, and others in bringing their unique points of view, their eye and their style to the world of decorative framed art.
The Charlotte Moss collection of fabrics and trims for Fabricut includes over 100 new items, including prints, wovens, and trimmings. “Charlotte Moss is highly regarded in the industry as a powerful marketer and informed designer,” says David Finer, CEO of Fabricut. Charlotte’s inspiration for the collection is drawn from antiques and vintage documents from her personal collection. Other inspirations include architectural themes and, of course, her garden.
The Passport Collection includes seven distinctive ikat rug designs, hand-knotted in 100% wool. Also, Charlotte’s Indochine sisal carpeting is available for bound area rugs or wall-to-wall installation. Another version, entitled Ind-Out has been adapted for outdoor use.
— John Stark
Beginning with a memorable trip to Italy, and a stay at one of Europe’s legendary villas, Charlotte Moss created a lamp especially for Christopher Spitzmiller. Classically elegant, but also bright, energetic and versatile, the Villa table lamp is the first of several lamps which are currently in development for this new collection.
Charlotte Moss created a chinoiserie terracotta planter inspired by
the Pagoda at Chanteloup in France’s Loire Valley. Designed by
architect Louis-Denis le Camus and built in 1775, the
Pagoda is the only structure remaining of the chateau built by
Duc de Choiseul.
Charlotte has created two distinctive collections of enamels for
Taking inspiration from women travelers throughout history, The Wanderlust Collection evokes six exotic destinations: Istanbul, Ankara, Tangiers, Marrakech, Palm Beach and Rio de Janeiro.
The Muse Collection includes jewelry and accessories for the home that represent the spirit of four
of Charlotte’s muses – women of passion, style, wit and grace. Four women represented
by four elegant designs.
To view the entire Charlotte Moss Collection, place your order, or
find a local retailer visit the Halcyon Days website!
For showhouses or special events, where music is key to ambiance, Charlotte compiles some of her favorite tunes and creates an iMix.
All of Charlotte’s iMixes are available for download through iTunes. Enjoy!