Harry Hinson founded Hinson & Company in 1972 as a resource for hand-screened wallcoverings, printed and woven fabrics.
Harry was dedicated to the concept of timeless classics, inspired from historical patterns and classic forms, translated into the most livable designs of the present.
The original Hinson & Company opened with 30 wallpaper designs and coordinating fabrics and soon expanded with the collaboration of Pierre Cardin for a collection of fabrics and wallpapers bearing his imprimatur. In 1982, Harry Hinson was chosen to design wallpapers and fabrics for the New American Wing Collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. In 1985 he was selected to design the Wildflowers of America fabric and wallpaper collection for Lady Bird Johnson’s National Wildflower’s Collection based on research of native American wildflowers. Later he designed the Lady Bird Johnson National Wildflower Center Foliage Collection. The Albert Hadley wallpaper and fabric collection designed in cooperation with the Dean of American decorators was introduced in 2003.
In 2014, the company was acquired by Donghia, Inc., where Harry Hinson’s vision of interpreting new designs is preserved.
HINSON PALM WALLCOVERING