A favorite of the media – from Architectural Digest to World of Interiors – Rebecca Vizard is synonymous with haute decor. Rebecca's unrivaled expression of decorative antique textiles represents the perfect balance of composition, materials and craftsmanship. There are embroideries, appliqué, stumpwork, needlepoint, tapestries and Fortuny. Impeccably artisanal, custom made, and hand sewn with antique threads and trim, these extraordinary, one-of-a-kind designs are a combination of high luxe and comfort that make any room beautiful.


“My friend Becky Vizard and I are from a delta that straddles the river between her Louisiana and my Mississippi. And we both share a love of textiles and their ability to elevate a room, giving it not only color and texture, but a sense of history. We see textiles as the world’s cultural treasures, and we are equally passionate about the old mills still weaving legendary fabrics… but Becky’s obsession runs deeper, and as a collector of vintage embroideries, appliqués, tapestry fragments, and needlepoint pieces to which she gives a new life as pillows and decorative elements, enabling their rich stories to add a layer of complexity in the art of interior design."

Newell Turner
Former Editorial Director, Hearst Design Group

“To some, throw pillows are an afterthought. To Rebecca Vizard, they are an art form.”

Architectural Digest

“Years ago I dubbed Rebecca Vizard ‘the pillow maven’. With her singular passion for vintage and antique fabric and passementerie and the couture collections of handmade pillows she’s crafted from these textile treasures, who else could possibly hold such a title? Becky is one of a kind.”

Barry Dixon

“You can count on receiving a very special pillow when it is made from Becky's carefully selected collection of antique and vintage textiles. Her eye for detail and composition make her pillows a work of art.”

Amelia Handegan

“23 years ago Little Becky came into my shop to show me some spectacular papier mache bows. I bought them. She came back to show me some faux marble furniture – and I bought again. She continued to come and one day she brought some beautiful pillows. I said ‘That’s it! Do the pillows!’ and history was made. Now she has gone international and we saw it happen!”

Gerrie Bremmerman