Rani Arabella’s cashmere throws, blankets, and shams are not only luxurious to the touch, but also contemporary in feel, with patterns including cableknits that alternate hues, Mondrian-like color-blocks, and intricate basket-weaves. Founded in 1999 in New York, the company has steadily built a reputation for its use of top-quality Italian yarns, as well as for the way it hand-finishes each piece. Most recently, it added a sumptuous collection of women’s sweaters and scarves to its range.
Specializing in a style that’s a little bit old and a little bit new, this multivendor sale includes all the essentials that you need to create a bedroom, from sheets, duvets and decorative pillows to furniture, rugs and accents. Time-tested materials, contemporary patterns and a classic color palette define these objects, made by such brands as Matteo, Rani Arabella, Voluspa and nuLOOM. Plus, spend $150 on items in this sale, and get a $30 credit toward your next Gilt purchase. (Conditions apply, with one credit per member while supplies last.)
If you love wearing cashmere, don’t stop there: Pad your nest with home items rendered in this sublimely soft fiber. Start with Armand Diradourian’s versatile featherweight throw, available in a rainbow of colors. Pepper your sofa with a bold graphic-print pillow from Rani Arabella, and then take a blissfully long snooze under Sofia’s cable-knit blanket. Find cashmere slippers and travel sets here, too.
Your clothes reflect your personality; shouldn't your bedding do so, too? Of course, and so for all the fashionistas out there, we've arranged this sale of sumptuous textiles with a European flair. Take Pratesi’s Raso border jacquard duvet cover, with its golden hues and tonal stripes, or the embroidered silk Letourney Duck Egg cushion cover from Designers Guild. There are also bright cashmere throws from Armand Diradourian, and rich cotton bath sheets from Frette.
Emilio Pucci’s brightly hued, boldly patterned textiles are an institution unto themselves. Liven up your living room with his silk Mindanao pillows—they come with feather inserts—or opt for his exclusive limited-edition ballpoint pen. There are also vivid textiles, tabletop goods, and candles from a host of top names, including Jonathan Adler and Judy Ross.