1 / 8 Sevilla Compass wallpaper features a motif appropriated by John Rinek of Rinekwall from an ancient Moorish wall in Spain. It’s 53 inches wide. $110 per yard, at Designtex Embellished patchwork ottoman is covered with cotton sari fabrics. $300, at Maze Home, 735 Elm St., Winnetka, 847-441-1115Photography: Leonard Gertz; Produced by Susan Victoria 2 / 8 Oculus sunburst convex mirror by Van Gregory & Norton (shown in matte white gesso; other finishes available), diameter from 16 to 35 inches. From $2,900, at Dessin Fournir, Merchandise Mart, 312-661-0640, dessinfournir.comProduced by Susan Victoria 3 / 8 Vintage red leather club chair with Oushak vintage rug cushion cover from Kazakhstan/ Uzbekistan. $1,795, at Jayson Home & Garden, 1885 N. Clybourn Ave., 773-248-8180 Produced by Susan Victoria 4 / 8 Bentley Rounds tables have classic open fretwork and come in stainless steel or bronze, three sizes (12 to 18 inches high). From $2,500 to $6,900, at Niedermaier, Merchandise Mart, 312-467-7008Produced by Susan Victoria 5 / 8 Vintage Japanese boro pillow is pieced from hand-dyed, handwoven indigo fabrics; the back is made from an old indigo kimono. It’s 17 by 18 inches. $340, at Maison Suzanne, 206 S. Marion St., Oak Park, 708-524-5316 Produced by Susan Victoria 6 / 8 Five-by-seven-foot throws made from saris. $99 each, at BoConcept, 1901 N. Clybourn Ave., 773-388-2900Produced by Susan Victoria 7 / 8 Carved bone letter openers depict creatures in the Chinese calendar. $22 each, at Moss, 7405 Madison St., Forest Park, 708-366-8780 Photography: Leonard Gertz; Produced by Susan Victoria 8 / 8 Vintage wooden kitchen tool with a handle beaded by a Navajo artist using traditional methods. $130, at Morlen Sinoway Atelier, 1052 W. Fulton Mkt., 312-432-0100Photography: Leonard Gertz; Produced by Susan Victoria Global Warming When handcrafted textiles are repurposed, traditional artisanal methods are revived, and ancient patterns are given new life, the results can be superhot. Call it eat, pray, decorate. By Gina Bazer and Amalie Drury January 26, 2011, 12:45 pm Festival crewelwork wool rug is available in seven sizes. From $68 to $1,098, at Anthropologie. See more photos in our gallery below.