"We are neither a charity nor a fashion house – we are in the art of stitching stories."
Though US trained, Lebanese interior designer May Daouk never lost sight of her Middle Eastern heritage, which remains integral to her work.

She has collaborated with Inaash several times, motivated by her appreciation of the exquisite embroidery of the Palestinian refugee women in Lebanon’s camps.

She says, “My concept is to keep the Palestinian heritage alive, relevant and desirable.” May’s work is characterized by her discerning choice of natural fabrics including linen and the traditional Syrian sayeh, which give her cushions their distinctive look.

In her latest Inaash collection she chose to enlarge the size of the stitches and motifs using complementary colors to achieve a contemporary look. It’s a winning combination that harks back to an earlier era while simultaneously conveying fresh modernity

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