With prints that range from bright nautical motifs to muted tone-on-tone metallics, Edie’s bedding and decorative pillows make a statement. These silk and linen beauties include dressmaker details such as tucking, beading, and contrast stitching done by artisans in India and China. The company’s less formal outdoor pillows boast vibrant hues and playful prints, as well as cool touches like sailor knots, basket-weave textures, and contrast piping.
A beautiful master suite needn’t bust your budget. We’ve put together some first-rate bedding options — distinguished by luxurious materials, bold patterns, and a range of colors — and marked them down.
We've gone through our coffers and picked some hidden gems in a huge range of categories — from furniture to accessories — to serve as a little design inspiration for 2012. Now's your chance to pick these items up at wallet-friendly prices.
Anyone who says you can’t mix and match patterns is just being a killjoy. We give you license to mix away: Scatter some splashy Lulu DK for Matouk pillows around; set Christen Maxwell's bold-printed pinched trays on the table—and get one of Capel’s extroverted cowhide rugs underfoot. Style note: If you’re mixing patterns, keep at least one major element (like a wall or sofa) solid.
Couture techniques set these pillows apart. Especially fabulous are the designs adorned with laser-cut roses, or billowy fingers of fabric made to look like ostrich feathers. On the subtler side, there are myriad patterns with textural appeal, like concentric squares of mitered cord, herringbone pleats, and fabric draped for a wave-like effect.