Designed by Lucy Price and Melissa McFeeters, Tuft the World's packaging is as artful and playful as the tools and materials that the company sells. The color hues, illustrations, and typefaces used throughout truly make the brand come to life and inspire consumers to make the world a more creative and imaginative place.
We take to the streets of palm springs to ask what the people want to see in a queen of hearts room and expected the answers with a combo of perverted, interesting, and a man dressed as a banana….. The majority voted for a heart-shaped mirror above the bed to fit the theme. For the mirror idea, we get to visit Tim Ead of Tims’s Tufing projects who creates tufted garments, I’ve never heard of tufting.
The focal point of this room has to be the hand tufted heart mirror by Tim Eads ofTuft The World that is hanging over the custom heart bed. It brings such a fun element to the room and I am sure it will be a favorite of any guests who stay here.
Tufting, in many ways, represents a union of many of the different types of artwork that Eads has done over the decades. He grew up on anAngora goatfarm in West Texas, and his parents made mohair fibers.
If your style leans more toward midcentury modern than anime, you’ll want to check out Tim Eads @tufttheworld, a designer who founded an online community for tufters and started selling tufting guns and yarn back in 2018. TikTokers eager to participate in the new trend often flock to Eads’ website TuftingGun.com to order supplies, get help, and discuss the craft in greater detail than a social media comments section allows.