Studio Vertu’s fresco-style marble coasters, tiles, murals and other home décor items are made of Italian Botticino Marble, quarried in Verona, Italy. Each tile is hand-printed, and the available images range from cheeky wine and liquor themed coasters to florals so sweet you’d set your granny’s cup of tea down on them. Owner Mark Schmidt developed the printing process for Studio Vertu’s marble coasters in 1995 in Cincinnati, Ohio, and they were so successful that the Vertu range has grown to include magnets, trivets, clocks, journals, glass plates, canisters, framed pieces and printed maple and aluminum wall décor. The marble tiles double as wall décor and murals, with a rustic, Renaissance-fresco feel that perfectly complements a relaxing night in with a glass of wine and the windows thrown wide open to the summer air.
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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.
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