So it seemed only natural to begin in that child’s room, and we did…with draperies. We added the 3-foot bottom panel full of Asian influenced colors, patterns and people. Then, we moved to…fabric. The Puchin people of Columbia inspired the graphics on the chair pillow. Next up…the art, which let us weave together the story of the fabric and what was being seen on the wall. Here we created a (very enlarged) photograph of the process of making the pillow fabric. We ended our vision for this child’s room with a look upward…the ceiling. Hand-painted by a local artist, the details are whimsical, with a Moorish influence.