Kirsty Anne Powell is the Founder and Design Director of Oromono. After graduating in 2000 with a first class honours degree in textile design from Loughborough University, England, she began her career as a freelance textile designer and stylist in London. After styling within the industry for a year, she moved to Amsterdam. Inspired by living in such a creative city, Kirsty decided to start up her own textile design company.
Her beautiful designs are three-dimensionally with textiles to create sculptural forms. By manipulating fabrics with various techniques, Kirsty created a range of individual collections that each have their own unique style. In 2004 Oromono exhibited at the well known Maison & Objet Interior Show in Paris and received the “Best Newcomer in Textiles” award. Oromono, which is the Japanese word for textile, is now sold to retailers, interior designers and department stores worldwide.
The gorgeous Oromono cushions are available in different sizes, fabrics and colours. You should also check out the cute slippers, available in children’s sizes as well. Click here to see the full Oromono collection and here to find stockists in your country. You can also order from the Oromono website directly.