“Want to Take Classes on Navajo Weaving”: Venus Williams Expresses Her Desire for Designs and Textiles

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December 4, 2020 9:00 pm

Over the years, tennis fans have witnessed the greatness of Venus Williams. Along with her sister Serena, Venus has held the number one spot in rankings, both in singles and doubles. Besides having a career on the court, Venus has had a successful venture off the court as well.

The older Williams sister has her own interior design firm, V Starr Interiors. The 7-time Grand Slam champion has a great liking for designing.

She has designed a number of business firms and residences around Miami. Recently, Venus expressed her willingness to visit art exhibitions in New Mexico.

LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY – AUGUST 13: Serena Williams (L) and Venus Williams touch rackets after Serena Williams defeated Venus Williams 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 during Top Seed Open – Day 4 at the Top Seed Tennis Club on August 13, 2020 in Lexington, Kentucky. (Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images)

Venus Williams: I Love Textiles

The former World No. 1 stated, “I really want to go to New Mexico. They have a cool art scene, and I love textiles. It’s my love. So, there’s a lot of amazing textiles there. I want to take classes on Navajo weaving. I used to stay at different boutique hotels when I traveled, and that would expose me to new designs as well. I love learning and seeing other ideas and getting inspired.”

Williams stated that the TV room is her favorite room in the house. Elaborating further on that, she said, “I just moved into a really old house so it’s not designed or anything. At some point, I’ll probably build a new house, but for now, it’s just actually a cheery place. It’s got good bones. But I haven’t been there. I’m a very displaced person right now.”

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Speaking of Venus Williams, besides interior designing, she enjoys designing clothes too. She has launched her own clothing line, EleVen.

She debuted her line of range at the New York fashion week in 2012. Instead of showcasing her stuff on models, Williams opted for athletes instead.

Coming back to her work on the tennis court, Venus Williams has had a remarkable career. She has won Wimbledon 5 times and the US Open twice. She’s also been a finalist at the Australian Open and at Roland Garros.

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