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Translating classic design into beautifully modern housewares is Thomas Paul’s stock-in-trade. The New York City native came to home goods through fashion, appropriating the patterns he designed for neckties for a silkscreened line of throw pillows. Today, the Thomas Paul aesthetic includes stylized flora, fauna, chinoiserie, damask and toile prints, as well as gothic and Grecian silhouettes. In his hands, they grace everything from melamine platters and porcelain dessert plates to large-scale rugs and fine art pieces.

Past Sales Featuring Counterfeit Studio

Sale Ended September 19, 2010

Make Room for Fall Trends: Bold Accents, Bright Colors

Get graphic with these colorful textiles, furniture and tabletop goods. Kyle Bunting’s Ipanema rug is a work of art, with the hand-cut, hair-on-cowhide pieces arranged in repeating geometric patterns, while thomaspaul’s Damask throw pillow breathes new life into an old style. Elite Leather’s fire-engine-red Flores armchair is a flirty scene-stealer. And Katherine Bernhardt’s signed-and-numbered Mangocita silkscreen — an interpretation of a Mango ad featuring Penelope Cruz — is a study in strong lines and effervescent hues.

Sale Ended March 03, 2011

thomaspaul Pillows & Accessories

Flora, fauna, and the occasional classic damask pattern are among the motifs decorating these colorful linen throw pillows by Paul, a former fashion designer. Each is silk-screened and hand-sewn, and comes with a feather-and-down insert. Don’t miss the tote bags either, with similarly naturalistic designs

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.

Sale Ended October 09, 2010

thomaspaul Rugs and Pillows

Flora, fauna and the occasional damask pattern are among the motifs decorating these hand-tufted, 100-percent-wool rugs by Paul, a former fashion designer. Choose from a bevy of round and rectangular styles. And don’t miss Paul’s linen throw pillows, either. Each is silk-screened and hand-sewn, and comes with a feather-and-down insert.