As summer approaches, living takes on a new feeling of the airy outdoors and white and cream interiors become places of relaxation. This is the heart of Injiri. Cottons are woven in the traditional Gujarati weaving technique called bhujodi in which complex patterns give each piece a unique personality. Soft geometric patterns, mismatched buttons, and red stitch details are cherished elements of the creation of each piece. “For me the beauty lies in the process of making,” Chinar Farooqui explains. The result is a collection of bed covers, throws, floor and decorative pillows that can move through the house and garden and add a lightness of being to summer living.