Yael et Valerie has created an exquisite world of rich prints and Afrocentric fabrics that showcase the history of Haiti, the Caribbean and women who have lived since the 1500s. Yael et Valerie share the beauty of the history of Africa and its diaspora by interpreting women, nature, and noteworthy architecture onto patterned fabrics. The Afrocentric fabrics are also printed on cotton pillow covers that are stuffed with duck feathers and available to purchase as a couch or bedroom accent.
The mother-daughter design duo, Yael et Valerie, collaborate on stages of production before executing the final designs. The Afrocentric fabrics that they create are beautiful, and they foster deep connections with Africa and its diaspora.
Add a touch of history to a tabletop setting with colorful table linens in bold reds and yellows that celebrate Haiti’s architecture. Or opt to add a touch of design to a living room sofa with a Yael et Valerie throw pillow. Otherwise, let the creativity flow, and choose an Afrocentric fabric to upholster cushions, window treatments, or a favorite piece of furniture. Select from a variety of background colors that compliment existing interior design. Get ready to enhance rooms throughout the modern home with these coveted and unique designs.