About Indigo Arrows
The Indigo Arrows Line
For thousands of years, Indigenous peoples in Manitoba, including my Anishinaabe ancestors, created beautiful patterns to adorn their pottery collections and host of bone tools. Most of the surviving pieces are held by museums now, but I think the world needs more than exhibition- we need these patterns in our homes provoking thought; we need them bridging gaps; and, we need them inspiring our loved ones. The Indigo Arrows line picks up where my ancestors left off.
Meet Destiny Seymour
Owner & Lead Designer
Destiny Seymour is an Anishinaabe interior designer based in Winnipeg, Manitoba. She graduated with her master’s degree in Interior Design from the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Manitoba. She worked at local architecture firm in Winnipeg for over 10 years as their interior designer before starting her own design business in 2016.
Destiny started designing artisan textiles for interiors that respectfully reflects local Manitoban Indigenous peoples and their history after struggling to find materials that she could incorporate into design projects. Her company, Indigo Arrows, now offers a range of table linens, pillows, and blankets that showcase patterns from local Indigenous pottery and bone tools that date from 400 to over 3000 years old.
Meet Fayanne Sayer
Fayanne Sayer is a member of the Hollow Water First Nation (Anishinaabe). She joined the Indigo Arrows team in 2022. Fayanne has already had an huge impact on the growth of Indigo Arrows. She is managing all orders and inventory. She is also looking at expanding our products through new international markets and wholesale accounts. For inquiries regarding starting a wholesale account with Indigo Arrows, please reach out to Fayanne at firstname.lastname@example.org.