A native of Jerusalem, Liora Manné began her career designing textiles for New York’s fashion industry. Turning her talents to her own line of fabrics, she invented a process called Lamontage that combines handmade artistry with high-tech needle-punching; the result was a non-woven acrylic textile that is as beautiful as it is sturdy. In 1997 Manné stepped into the world of rugs, designing hand-knotted, hand-tufted, and machine-loomed floor coverings. She’s also recently added handbags, shoes, and cuff bracelets to her repertoire.
Bold patterns and bright colors mark these decorative accessories by Liora Manné, a textile designer who got her start in the fashion industry. Enliven your sofa with cheery cushions, or jazz up the entryway with handmade indoor/outdoor rugs and door mats in both neutral and vibrant hues and patterns.
Before you get accessorizing, you have to get the big stuff right — namely, the furniture. Choose pieces that define a room, and that you can live with for years. Here are some options — seating, tables, and beyond — to get you started. And, to make things even sweeter, everything here is less than $200.
First impressions are important — and, to that end, these doormats will lend a stylish, welcoming tone to your home right from the initial approach. We especially love Sandy Chilewich's eye-catching creations, in her signature, tightly-woven fibers that ensure they're as durable as they are attractive.
First impressions are important — to that end, these doormats will lend a stylish, welcoming tone to your home right from the start. And each one is as durable as it is attractive, so it'll hold up through years of foot traffic.