Scandinavian-born, New York-based Lotta Jansdotter is a self-taught designer and style icon. Her timeless designs reflect her deep appreciation for nature's limitless beauty juxtaposed with a love for modern urban style. She is the author of ten books, and her designs adorn fabric, rugs, bedding, paper goods, and dishware, to name a few. Lotta's smart, organic creations have appeared in Elle Decor, The New York Times, Real Simple, Lucky, Domino, O Magazine, Selvedge, and Sweet Paul and have been shown at Museums of Modern Art in New York City, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. She has created custom designs for Herman Miller, San Francisco's de Young Museum, and Barney's of Tokyo among others; her designs have been featured in lifestyle books, how-to-books, and tour guides published in magazines worldwide. Lotta also teaches workshops in surface design and hand printing back home in Scandinavia, in India, in London, and in the United States. Please visit jansdotter.com to learn more about her work and designs.