Strips of multi-colored canvas are artfully combined to create a classic seaside stripe.


Named after the quiet town in Upstate New York where our family would hike on weekends. The Beacon shapes bring balance to one another like rock cairns on a trail.

Half Moon

The Half Moon shower curtain is inspired by the idiom, "More than meets the eye" and named after the quiet town of Half Moon Bay outside of San Francisco.


Named after the quiet coastal town on Long Island, NY where our family once lived, the Orient pieces together our famous canvas in subtle and striking color-blocked combinations.


Inspired by the color studies of Josef Albers and named after the quiet town of Marfa, TX, the Marfa curtain utilizes squares of our canvas cut and sewn into place through a series of intricate quilt-like piecing.


What started as a small Re:canvas project grew into a Quiet Town favorite. Our checker curtains were inspired by our love of Art Deco
bathrooms and continue to utilize a mixture of remnants and new canvas.