Eye-catching patterns, colors, and handcraft in the brand\u2019s latest soft goods will dress up your windows.Exclusive textile designs by New York\u2013based visual artist Marcie Bronkar and San Francisco\u2013based textile designer Seema Krish are the latest additions to Hunter Douglas\u2019 Design Studio line of side panels, drapery, roller shades, and roman shades. Inventive patterns and textural details\u2014rendered in styles ranging from intricate embroideries to semi-opaque fabrics\u2014bring new infusions of global dimension and historical depth to the brand\u2019s sophisticated line of window treatments. Seema Krish\u2019s Reflections pattern (shown adorning a Hunter Douglas roller shade) is a highlight of the collection. Courtesy of Hunter DouglasReflections (shown in detail) began as a watercolor and retains a delicate, hand-painted sensibility. Courtesy of Hunter DouglasInfluenced by her upbringing in Mumbai, Seema Krish\u2019s work focuses on handcraft and holds a contemporary lens to the vibrant motifs and techniques of traditional Indian textiles. The designer looked to nature and drew on the aesthetics of block printing and embroidery, in particular, to create her new patterns for Hunter Douglas. San Francisco designer Seem Krish (pictured) has become known for the artisanal methods and global influences that inform her textiles.Courtesy of Hunter DouglasSee the full story on Dwell.com: Hunter Douglas Remains the Ace of Shades With 2 New Designer CollectionsRelated stories:A New Book Brings to Light the Profound Impact of Women DesignersThe Dwell 24: These Are the Designers You Need to Know in 2021The Design Life: How Do the Dwell 24 See the World?