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?
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.
You may have waited until the eleventh hour to snap up your holiday gifts, but who has to know? These chic, last-minute finds will wow everyone on your list, from scented candles and cashmere robes for her to printed socks and leather belts for him to cheeky beer mugs and pop art prints for the home.
Specializing in a style that’s a little bit old and a little bit new, this multivendor sale includes all the essentials that you need to create a bedroom, from sheets, duvets and decorative pillows to furniture, rugs and accents. Time-tested materials, contemporary patterns and a classic color palette define these objects, made by such brands as Matteo, Rani Arabella, Voluspa and nuLOOM. Plus, spend $150 on items in this sale, and get a $30 credit toward your next Gilt purchase. (Conditions apply, with one credit per member while supplies last.)
Art doesn’t have to be intimidating — or expensive. We’ve put together a wide range of images, from abstract geometrics to urban scenes, that’ll suit any personality (and fit into a tight budget). There are no rules: pick what you love, mix and match styles, and let your wall express your personality.