Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

At Boutique you don’t need an excuse to host a dinner, throw a party or have a picnic. Life is a blast!

Boutique Textiles was launched in 2006 as a textile and print design studio. The brand was founded by owner, Lauren Rossi, who designs and hand prints the fabric collections using traditional screen-printing methods. Customers love the prints for their playful interpretations of simple objects, colorful, inventive layouts and creative use of scale. Boutique Textiles is infused with a fun, contemporary lifestyle that incorporates design, entertaining, food, health and fashion into every day.

The Boutique collection is built to enhance contemporary dining for any occasion. We are passionate about making high quality products that you will love for years. In addition, we make an effort to source locally and sustainably. We print with water-based inks, source organic fabrics and reuse production materials as much as possible. And best of all, we produce products that are designed to survive years of celebrations. We love fabric not only because it saves the earth on a little wear and tear but also because it makes every dining moment special. Boutique linens are designed to mix and match, making entertaining easy, fun and playful. The brand includes a line of finished products for home and tabletop as well as a range of design services and custom projects. We love to collaborate! If you are interested in working with us please contact us with the details of your project. We would love to hear from you.

Lauren was born and raised in Santa Barbara, California where she spent her days outdoors, at the beach, hiking, playing tennis or basketball. She currently resides in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with her husband Tom and great dane Kidogo. In between designing and printing she renovates her house and seeks out the beach and blue crab. In addition to textile design Lauren is trained in culinary arts and loves to have friends for dinner. She pickles produce regularly to ensure garnishes are at the ready for bao buns, tacos, sandwiches and salads.

Lauren received her Bachelor of Arts from Scripps College in Claremont, California, with a concentration in Textile Design, Studio Art, and Art History. She received her Master of Fine Arts from Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan from the Fiber Department, with a concentration in Textile Design. She was an Artist’s Apprentice at The Fabric Workshop and Museum in Philadelphia in 2006. After completion of the Fabric Workshop program, subsequent work was established with Anthropologie, Free People, Terrain, interior design firms and and independent companies and clients nationwide.