Usually available only to the trade, Sabira’s textiles are a luxury meant for everyday enjoyment. Plush velvet bedcovers, hand-embroidered silk organza tablecloths, and fine silk shawls are just a few of the items that have made this Dallas-based company’s reputation. Yet Sabira’s true forte is its boiled merino-wool throws. Offered in intricate paisley and jacquard patterns, the tapestry-like blankets are light and soft to the touch.
This winter, flank your mantel with a pair of terracotta finials or faceted candlesticks with crystal drops. Down below, cluster vases and cachepots and above it all hang a mirror, like the round rustic-chic design we tracked down from Barreveld. If you don’t have a flue, try one of Eco Smart Fire’s sleek, portable designs. And don't forget, as a final touch add plenty of cashmere throws.
Get graphic with these colorful textiles, furniture and tabletop goods. Kyle Bunting’s Ipanema rug is a work of art, with the hand-cut, hair-on-cowhide pieces arranged in repeating geometric patterns, while thomaspaul’s Damask throw pillow breathes new life into an old style. Elite Leather’s fire-engine-red Flores armchair is a flirty scene-stealer. And Katherine Bernhardt’s signed-and-numbered Mangocita silkscreen — an interpretation of a Mango ad featuring Penelope Cruz — is a study in strong lines and effervescent hues.
Add a pop of color to your home with these eye-catching textiles, furniture and decorative objects. Highlights include the cotton-twill Swallows pillows from thomaspaul, Hudson and Orion rugs from Missoni Home, stunning Sala dining chairs from Ligne Roset and candy-colored aluminum planters from PAD Outdoor.
Get your gift list covered, with tasteful and thoughtful gifts under $75.