Lyn Sterling Montagne, Founder
Buying Diazepam In Bali Lyn Sterling Montagne first established an Atlanta-based custom weaving business in 1982. An artist and educator whose work has been collected by the Mint Museum and the Georgia Council for the Arts, her vision for the business was to work in partnership with clients to design and create custom handmade rugs that would be beautiful, functional, and completely fulfill each client’s objective for a given space.
Tradition, Evolution & Inspiration
Michael and Zuzana Montagne began working with Lyn in 2010, learning the business from the ground up, first as studio assistants and later as weavers. In 2015, they moved primary production to their new home in the Smoky Mountains of North Carolina. Lyn continues to work closely with her son and daughter-in-law and Montagne Handwoven remains true to our roots, combining traditional weaving techniques with complex but delicate use of color to create rugs that are at once timeless and modern.
Our rugs are continually evolving as we are inspired anew by the world around us. The natural world consistently informs our color palette, and most recently, the kilims of Northern Iran, as well as the sturdy, functional, cloths we have come across on travels in France, Nepal and Guatemala have had a profound effect on our design.