Jaline Resort founder and designer Jacqueline Lopez is now bringing her sustainably crafted, handwoven textiles to the home.
Known for her ultrachic kaftans and silky maxi gowns, Jaline founder and designer Jacqueline Lopez was inspired by the beautiful textiles of Oaxaca when living in Mexico. Blending traditional techniques modern silhouettes, Lopez built a brand that supports a community of artisans.
Macrame, Mallorca, Patmos and Santorini handwoven cushions
“We want women who wear Jaline to feel a connection to the women who made their clothes,” says Lopez. “No inventory, no waste—everything is crafted by hand—personally involved every step from development to packing and shipping to the final consumer,” she shares.
Santorini handwoven napkins
Lopez has now applied that same integrity and intension to a new home collection. The sustainable selection of handwoven tablecloths, napkins and cushions highlights the handwoven artistry of these traditional textiles adding a bohemian flair to any setting. Hand-loomed napkins are finished with a frayed hem and macrame napkin rings are hand-crochet using natural cotton yarn.
Santorini handwoven tablecloth, all at jalineresort.com
“We recognize the importance of quality over quantity, and the value of slow living,” says Lopez.