Our buyers have gotten into an outdoor state of mind, and personally picked these furnishings and accents, all of which blend durability and style and will virtually guarantee fun in the sun.
Jeanette Farrier brings the age-old Indian art of kantha (quilting) to Western households via bedspreads and pillow covers handsewn from vintage patterned saris. Since each piece at this sale is unique, simply choose the size and general color scheme you like (Tranquil Ocean? Great Graphic? Pretty Pastel?) and we’ll speed a one-of-a-kind version your way. Take special note of the throws: They’re made from five layers of recycled fabric hand-stitched with a trio of contrasting-colored threads.
These elegantly exotic throw cushions stand out with rich textures, uncommon details and a globally inspired feel. They’ll seriously upgrade any space they’re in, and give it a personal touch.
The ikat technique—in which individual threads are saturated and dyed with color, before being woven—is centuries old. But the bold hues and eye-catching patterns that this process yields are still fresh and relevant today. We've got plenty of ikat-themed options here, from Jamie Young's drum-shade table lamp and Jeanette Farrier's printed quilts to nuLOOM's vibrant hand-knotted rugs. Pick one as a focal point, or mix and match prints and colors and fill a room.