From abstract duvets to striped pillows, the hand-printed textiles from this Chicago company—started in 2006 by husband-and-wife team Robert Segal and Alicia Rosauer—straddles the line between art and design. Unison applies its signature patterns to bed and table linens, as well as to journals, totes, and garden accessories. It also has recently added sculptural vases and candleholders to its repertoire.
If Jackson Pollock and Mark Rothko had turned their eyes to textiles, their designs might have looked something like Unison Home’s colorful, poppy offerings. Founders Robert Segal and Alicia Rosauer don’t skimp on details, as is evident with the Martin throw pillows, which comes with feather-and-down inserts. Similarly, the Porter collection of tablecloths, placemats, and napkins mix elegance with durability, their minimalist lines hand-printed on a blend of organic cotton and linen.