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In our downtown LA studio, we practice ancient techniques of floating highly pigmented paints on a liquid surface to create intricate and abstract hand-marbled designs on fine silks, linens, cottons and leather. These techniques have been practiced in many cultures for thousands of years, but we reimagine these traditions for the modern world. The original works that we produce become objects and fabrics for designers, architects and individuals.

Everything born from our studio is created with a level of care found in traditional artistry.


We are textile designers working with traditional dyeing and marbling techniques that we apply in new and unexpected ways. We translate the beauty of nature and the sincerity of the human hand into exquisite objects and surfaces


Rule of Three Studio is a place of creative exploration and refinement. While collaborating with the past, we are committed to the process of experimentation that informs the future. We translate the colors and patterns from the natural world and inspiration from art history into modern fabrics & products. Everything born from our studio is created with a level of care found in traditional artistry. Our attentiveness to process preserves consistency while the fluid nature of our textile design ensures the individuality of each and every piece.


Whether in fine art, writing or design, the time-honored Rule of Three is a vital force in bringing interest, balanced tension and energy to the work. It has been said that through the creative process ‘once is happenstance, twice is coincidence, and the third time is on purpose’. It is by embracing this artistic exploration that Rule of Three thrives.


Founder and Creative Director, Paige Cleveland, applies this philosophy to her collection of hand-marbled fabrics, balancing the nuances of organic movement, color and technique — three parts that make the whole.

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