A baby surrounded by colorful pillows designed by DittoHouse, aka Molly Fitzpatrick

I sure do love what a woven textile with a big, chunky pattern can do for a simply-designed space. So today I’m obsessing over Molly Fitzpatrick’s designs for her housewares line, DittoHouse.

Molly got her start with one of the last woven textile mills in the U.S. and eventually opened up her own textile design studio, DittoRepeats. Through her studio, the Cleveland-based designer has offered services for manufacturers, interiors, and companies looking for branding and product design elements. It wasn’t until after welcoming a baby boy into her family that Molly was inspired to open the line of pillows and throws that is DittoHouse.

Geometric throws designed by DittoHouse, aka Molly Fitzpatrick

The DittoHouse features goods that are snuggly and practical, but are designed to look good with modern tastes. I feel that—there’s a lot of kid stuff that feels out of place in a home with particularly contemporary design sensibilities.

Many colorful swatches of recycled cotton yarn

Molly’s designs for DittoHouse use yarn from recycled cotton, which cuts waste from new cotton growth and harvest, as well as the dyeing process.

A stack of pillows with geometric patterns, designed by DittoHouse, aka Molly Fitzpatrick

Two photos of pillows with funny geometric faces, perched on a couch; designed by DittoHouse, aka Molly Fitzpatrick

I can’t explain why I find Molly’s face pillows so charming. “Growl” on the left and “Grimace” on the right.

Three pillows in a row, one with a cute face, two with abstract geometric designs; designed by DittoHouse, aka Molly Fitzpatrick

A man holding up a geometric throw while a baby admires it, and another photo with a geometric pillow on a couch; designed by DittoHouse, aka Molly Fitzpatrick

A geometric pillow and throw in a grayscale color palette, designed by DittoHouse, aka Molly Fitzpatrick

See the full line of products at DittoHouse.