Beth Lacefield is something of a Renaissance woman: She’s designed interiors and fashion accessories, painted custom murals, and handcrafted high-end holiday ornaments. Lacefield Designs, the Georgia-based company she founded in 1995, is the culmination of her talents. Nature, travel, and flea-market finds inspire her eclectic collection of textiles, pillows, lighting, and furnishings that have a handmade and fashion-forward feel. No wonder decorators swoon over her pieces, which are staples in design magazines such as <i>Elle Decor</i> and <i>House Beautiful.</i>
Beth Lacefield has furnished interiors, designed fashion accessories and painted custom murals. All these skills culminate in her line of silk-screened textiles, which are inspired by nature, travel and flea-market finds. Sold in two-yard increments, her fabrics range from the contemporary (Aviary Silhouette Sugarcane) to the traditional (Bird toile), while her playful pillows — made of linen and jute — feature appliquéd flowers and animal prints.
Shop this handpicked selection of our finest tabletop, bedding, and glassware offerings available for under a Benjamin. Snap up John Robshaw block-print robes, a Munjoy Citrus coverlet from Errebicasa, or a cotton Kantha throw in brown Ikat from Couleur Nature. Fill your house with the scent of Manuel Canovas’ Ballade Verte eau de parfum—with notes of violet, Turkish rose, and ylang ylang—which was inspired by a French toile fabric. And—just in the nick of time—score a red snowflake stocking by Judy Ross to hang by the chimney with care.
Nature and travel inspire the motifs on these linen and jute pillows, with patterns ranging from faux bois to classic geometrics. Mix a bunch for maximum impact, choosing one shared color or shape to unite disparate designs.
Made of linen and jute, Beth Lacefield’s pillows are elegant and playful at once. Nature and travel inspire her motifs, which range from giraffes to geometrics to classic key patterns. Mix a bunch for maximum impact—and to add a personal touch to your decor.