Designer Textiles Handcrafted In Oaxaca, Mexico
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Michael Wineland's Portfolio Credits
Top designers ~ Prominent Homes ~ Destination Lodgings

Michael Wineland has worked with many top designers, including Naomi Leff, Mimi London, Cannell & Chaffin, and Arthur Elrod. His textiles have been featured in the homes of American families for more than three decades, and have been used in the decor of a number of hotels, inns, lodges and conference centers.

Designers appreciate the versatility of Michael's blankets for use as throws, bedspreads, pillow covers, drapes and upholstery.

Book and Magazine Covers

Michael's indigenous textiles have appeared on the cover of the definitive book on Mexican Textiles, by Masako Takahashi. These textiles have also been featured on the cover for Architectural Digest, featuring a Mimi London Project, as well as in numerous feature articles in periodicals and magazines such as Design Magazine and Architectural Digest.



Top Designers and Prominent Lodgings

Michael has worked with Naomi Leff, called the Dean of Interior Designers by Architectural Digest. Leff's clients included Giorgio Armani, Ralph Lauren, and Steven Spielberg, among others. Leff used Michael's blankets and rugs for her interior design of several prominent homes and lodgings, such as the Park City, Utah home of Jeffrey Katzenberg, Tom Cruise's home in Telluride, CO, as well as the Shearson Lehman Conference Center (now Saddle Ridge) in Beaver Creek, CO. 

Other Credits include:

  • La Ventana Resort - Tuscon, AZ
  • The Marriott - Hong Kong Cannell Chaffin
  • City Hall - Indian Wells, CA
  • La Quinta Resort - Indian Wells, CA
  • Arthur Elrod Design: Palm Springs, CA
  • Steve Chase & Trisha Wilson: the Inn of the Anasazi and the La Posada Hotel - Santa Fe, NM

Among others, Michael's textiles are featured in the homes of...Richard Gere, Gene Hackman, John Williams, Nicole Kidman, Governor John Connally, Jerry Bruckheimer, the Wrigley family, the Nordstrom family, Don Henley, Randy Travis, Garry Shandling, and Anna Maria Alberghetti