Kevin O'Brien Studio

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About Kevin O'Brien Studio

Founded in 1990 by Kevin O’Brien, an architect turned painter, the Philadelphia-based company produces stunning handmade robes, decorative pillows, stuffed animals, and area rugs. Its specialty is devore velvet, also known as velvet burn-out, but it also produces quietly luxurious goods in linen and silk. Yet arguably its greatest pride is its partnerships with artisans located in Mongolia, Vietnam, India, and Nepal. The studio pays them a fair wage for their labor, aims to improve their communities, and works to preserve their traditional textile crafts, including felting and embroidery.

Past Sales Featuring Kevin O'Brien Studio

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 September 19, 2011

Almost Gone: Bedding & More

Act fast on this sale, as all these bedding, bath, and body items come in limited quantities. A luxe tone pervades: Think Agnona cashmere throws, Lulu DK Matouk reversible pillows, and bedding from W Hotels, Designers Guild, and Manuel Canovas. For some fragrant inspiration, check out Kai’s body glow, balms and soaps from MOR Cosmetics, and candles from D.L. & Co.

Sale Ended December 29, 2011

Almost Gone: Bedding & Bath

Get inspired to refresh your master suite for the new year, courtesy of Bellora, Sofia Cashmere, Monique Lhuillier, Donna Karan Home, and other top brands. Many come at deeper discounts than ever. But there are very few quantities — so click quick!

Sale Ended December 25, 2012

Almost Gone: Bedding - 12/24/2012

Now’s your chance to score major discounts on some seriously luxe bedding. Sheets, shams, throw pillows, and more are yours for the clicking — choose from plenty of earthy, neutral hues, or something a little brighter (or why not a mix of both?).