Known throughout the world as a prolific designhouse, Inhabit has made a considerable impact on the world of design for the home. Basically by accident (and a printer found in the trash) founders Mike Tuttle and Jennifer Masten turned a client's distaste for three graphic patterns into fabric prototypes and in late 2002 Inhabit was born. Shortly after, they swore off designing for other clients to focus strictly on growing the Inhabit brand. Ever since they have been blurring the lines between design disciplines by taking their graphic-driven style out of the commercial design world and into your homes, commercial environments and public spaces. Their products can be seen daily on television programs, read about in the most industry relevant publications but most-importantly adorning the spaces of fans everywhere. By never really making a specific commitment to develop products for one area within the home they are able to act on a gut feeling about whether something is right for the Inhabit brand. Can it be created responsibly, made from environmentally friendly materials, and can it be produced and sold for an affordable price? Check out their Eco Initiative of how they are putting these beliefs into practice. Just give them some time and they will change your idea of what can go into your home the same way they have built their business; one person at a time.