ERIN FLETT IS ABOUT BOLD, IMPERFECT AND ORGANIC SHAPES AND ELEMENTS, COLLAGED TOGETHER WITH A UNIQUE, HAND-DRAWN, ECLECTIC STYLE.
Erin is a passionate, prolific designer who started her company in her basement, hand-printing home goods with her husband, Maslen. She then moved her growing business into an old, Maine cotton mill, with a growing number of employees who help print, sew and ship her ever-growing collections. Her line includes pillows, bags, glassware, wall art, limited edition paper products, rugs, and wallpaper and wall art. She especially loves collaborating with her trade accounts such as hotels, interior designers and architects on custom projects.
'Local' is important to Erin. All of her printing is done by hand in Maine. With her attention on designing, manufacturing, and selling, Erin is able to oversee the entire process, ensuring quality and craft in each product.
Erin’s vision is to continue to create highly designed and crafted home goods that are mindfully made and encompass all the subtle details that make her unique, hand-drawn, graphic patterns sought-after and collected. Her edgy and joyful designs combine the “traditional” with the “modern,” breathing new life into the world of textiles. Her goal is to make her customers smile, and bring a fresh, new style into their homes.
Erin Flett is one of the few lifestyle brands that draws, designs, cuts and sews and ships from her 4000 sq ft retail, studio manufacturing space on Main Street in Gorham, Maine.
She is one of the only lifestyle brands producing her own line of pillows and bags from start to finish. She believes in locally made craftsmanship and quality and is passionate about the process of making and designing things that bring joy to your everyday.
Erin has been featured in over 100 National and International magazines. Her first was a full page story profile in Oprah Magazine that launched her career.
A few years later she then was selected as a STYLE MAKER and on the cover of Better Homes & Garden Magazine, along with a 6 page brand design feature.
Erin recently won 100K in the Maine's version of SHARK TANK in the Green Light Maine competition, and collaborated with L.L.Bean and Anthropologie.