Supon Phornirunlit is the brains behind Naked Décor, a vibrant, fabulously fun collection of throw pillows, trays, clocks, lamps, ornaments, animal head wall mounts and other funky home decor. Born in Thailand, Supon came to the US to further his education – and liked it so much that he decided to stay. It’s a decision that’s definitely worked for him: his Supon Design Group won over 1,000 design awards in under 10 years, and his first collection of Naked Décor throw pillows – called Live Like A Queen – sold out repeatedly in 2007, the first year of production. Supon’s range has expanded to encompass themes like the British Invasion, vintage flair, and an all-dog wall art collection, Pooch Decor, founded after the death of his beloved pup, Pica. Doxie the dachshund is a particular favorite on pillows, but for your walls you’ll find all sorts of canine friends – pugs, Dalmatians, German shepherds and more – just waiting to bring a little friendliness (and flair!) into your home.
We at Gilt Home have fallen in love with Washington, D.C.–based Naked Decor's cheeky throw pillows, and we think you will, too. How could you not: The bold prints — from a happy whale to a jewel-bedecked princess — will energize your design, and always elicit a smile. And many are reversible, featuring prints on both sides, for a doubly powerful design punch.
We at Gilt Home have fallen in love with Washington, D.C.–based Naked Decor's cheeky throw pillows, and we think you will, too. How could you not: The bold prints — like Big Ben, cupcakes, and an extra-long dachshund — will energize your design, and always elicit a smile. And many are reversible, featuring prints on both sides, for a doubly powerful design punch. Alongside these new-to-Gilt offerings are pillows from another brand we love — RoomService — which also boast fun motifs, from an aqua-haired sheriff to a very peppy little peacock.
Add energy and edge to your space with these dynamic designs
Needlepoint is back ... but, this time around, it's not exactly your grandmother's pillow. The old-fashioned technique has been given new life — and is having a very-2014 moment — thanks to bright colors, cheeky motifs, and luxe fabrics. Case in point: these ebullient throw pillows. Part homespun and part hipster, these vibrant, humor-laden designs — modern takes on an old-fashioned technique — will amp up your space and give it plenty of personality (and more than a little panache).