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About Karma Living

Karma Living’s exuberant house wares fearlessly unite bright hues and cheery floral patterns. Though based in Montclair, New Jersey, the company actually derives its inspiration from the Far East. Lotus-leaf motifs, suzani prints, and ornate embroidery often find their way onto its bright, alluring accents, including pillows, footstools, table runners, and throws. Though new collections are offered in like color schemes, all the brand’s pieces are ultimately designed to be mixed and matched.

Past Sales Featuring Karma Living

Sale Ended July 02, 2011

Bedding: Summer Whites

Turn your bed into a mini-oasis this summer with crisp, white linens. We’ve chosen a luxurious selection for you, from Frette’s glorious, ultra-soft sateen cotton sheets, to Area Bedding’s embroidered, organic-cotton duvet covers. And your master suite won’t be complete without Daunen Step’s cloud-like white goose-down pillows. Make sure you’ve got a loud alarm clock.

Sale Ended April 17, 2011

Karma Living Bedding & Furniture

Eastern inspiration is evident throughout this collection of pillows and throws featuring colorful floral, botanical, and geometric hues—all with painstakingly rendered Kantha embroidery details. Mix and match a few to give your room a culturally inspired, well-traveled look. And don’t miss the selection of hand-loomed rugs in similarly cheery tones.

Sale Ended December 18, 2012

Almost Gone: Bedding

Major discounts on seriously luxurious bedding: that’s the raison d'être here. Sheets, shams, pillows, and more are yours for the clicking — choose from plenty of earthy, neutral hues, or something a little brighter (or why not mix both?).

Sale Ended January 03, 2012

Bohemian Rhapsody: Bedding & Decor

Make an artistic statement with these colorful options for your master suite. Find kantha throws, embroidered pillows, patchwork quilts, and bed sets with bold prints or in bright, solid colors like tangerine and lime green. Don’t be afraid to mix and match tones and textures for a stylishly mismatched effect (in fact, we encourage it).