Aviva Stanoff & more

Looks still available

See All Aviva Stanoff Products

About Aviva Stanoff

The orderly elegance of Aviva Stanoff's textiles, stationery, and housewares is attributable to Stanoff’s memories of childhood summers spent at her grandfather's Buddhist temple in Japan, as well as her experiences taking Japanese flower arranging and calligraphy classes. The Brooklyn-based designer uses sumptuous materials such as silk dupioni, velvet and satin as bases for her hand-made bed pillows, which feature real flower buds and blooms etched and embossed onto the fabric. Stanoff’s collection includes glass vases (the Collette, a transparent vessel embossed with gold or pewter, is a favorite), engraved wall hangings, hand-beaded clutch purses and — in a unique turn — a line of cashmere clothing for babies. What can’t she design?

Past Sales Featuring Aviva Stanoff & more

Sale Ended May 23, 2010

Home Final Sale

There’s something for everyone at this blowout sale, which features selections from more than three dozen top bedding, furniture, tabletop, home-decor and stationery companies. Choose from storied names like Jonathan Adler, Designers Guild and Michael Aram, or sample newcomers like Aviva Stanoff and fatboy. If it has to do with luxury living, you’ll find it here.

Sale Ended October 22, 2011

Bedroom Decor

You spend a third of your life in your bedroom—so it should inspire you. This selection will do just that: Ashvyn's sheet sets in soft colors are a smart start. Then add accessories like Aviva Stanoff's nature-inspired votives and vases. Complete the picture with Holly Hunt's industrial-inspired lighting, Fabulous and Baroque's bedside table, and whatever else speaks to you.

Sale Ended November 04, 2013

Try This Trend: Pattern Play

Redefine a room with these offerings — furnishings and art — that are all about mood-lifting, eye-catching prints. Don't be afraid to mix and match prints — in fact, we encourage it.

Sale Ended September 23, 2010

Make Room For Fall Trends: Textures

Add some surface interest with these touchable textiles and accessories. Choose from quilted shams, raffia placemats and beaded pillows from the likes Aviva Stanoff and Dransfield & Ross, or opt for Kim Seybert’s napkin rings embossed with faux crocodile. There are also one-of-a-kind flag rugs handmade by Turkish artisans from fabric scraps, as well as stools, candles and hanging lamps inspired by birds' nests.