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July 02
FIND INSPIRATION AT THE COOPER-HEWITT DESIGN MUSEUM

​​The Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum in New York City houses over 250,000 design works, 30,000 of which are textiles dating back to 206 BC. These priceless pieces are a beautiful window into the past - and future of textile design.

As the only museum in the nation dedicating to preserving historic and contemporary design, this Smithsonian Institute is a source of great inspiration to many. Be sure to visit their Textiles gallery for a historic review of breathtaking textiles, which can be found online.