Design Nº Five is the culmination of years of experience in the Interior Design world and a love of the natural beauty of our coastlines here is the US and around the world.
While staging and designing coastal homes, Beth Odence and her Design No. Five design team were inspired by what they encountered washed up on the local beaches. These wash ashores were incorporated into the firms Interior Design projects to complement the beauty of the surroundings. This is what influenced us to create our own fabrics. Fast forward to 2021 and we are exclusively a Coastal Inspired Textile Company.
Atop Cotuit Harbor here on Cape Cod sits our DN5 design studio. This creative space is housed in Sea Captain James Childs’ Home dating back to the late 1700s. Oh if these walls could talk, so many stories and secrets to tell. Many different businesses have been run from this location. Cotuit was central to the whaling industry with ships from all around the world coming and going on a regular basis. Just think about all the wonderful treasures and creations brought home to our little village. Seems pretty fitting that today our little textile company is sending coastal inspired fabrics around the world.
Our story The Color of Linen was featured in Cape Cod Life Magazine.
At Design Nº Five, we are dedicated to providing sustainable and unique fabrics for your home. Each design is hand-sketched and printed on 100% Belgian Linen with the most eco-friendly inks.
Linen is created from the flax plant, eco-sustainable, without the use of pesticides. The natural makeup of both our fabric and inks make our products perfect for any home, including those with pets and children. Just the right hand and weight for upholstery, accent pillows and window treatments. Our hand-drawn designs add the “wow factor”!