Destiny Seymour is an interior designer living in Winnipeg, Manitoba. After working for a local architecture firm for over 10 years, Destiny struggled to find interior finishes and furniture that reflected local Indigenous cultural history. In 2014, she began to study ancient Indigenous pottery and bone tools collected from archaeological sites across Manitoba and stored at the Manitoba Museum. The clay and bone pieces have dated anywhere from 400 to over 3000 years old. The delicate ancient patterns inspired her to create her own line of textiles. Each pattern reflects the history and beauty of Indigenous cultures living here for thousands of years. Destiny remembers stories shared by her father about her ancestors travelling to Forks (a historic meeting site in downtown Winnipeg located where the Red and Assiniboine rivers meet) each summer for camping and trading with other indigenous families. As a mother, she hopes to inspire her daughters to share the same love and pride the their indigenous heritage.
All products are proudly hand made in small batches in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The patterns are printed on pre-washed 100% linen using eco-friendly inks.