If you covet the elegant rooms on HGTV’s <i>Divine Design with Candice Olson,</i> then the Canadian designer’s full collection of home furnishings will set your heart aflutter. Every piece reflects her signature style elements, including her preferences for warm neutrals, classic lines and rich textures. Like ultra-chic Garanimals for your home, the upholstered seating, tufted headboards, tables and sideboards are meant to be mixed and matched. Finish the look with Olson’s modern lighting fixtures, or perhaps with her area rugs and wallpapers in bold pattern.
A rug is a room’s foundation, so choose wisely or you’ll be building on shaky ground. Avoid missteps with Pacific, an ultra-plush, hand-woven felted wool shag that lends a shot of color and texture to a space, or try the quietly beautiful Ivy, with its speckled pattern in gold, brown, and light gray.
Treat your feet to Selvedge’s plush shag rugs, available in a host of textures and colors. These handwoven beauties are designed to last a lifetime, and feature a mix of fibers to create a mix of densities and movement. Choose from traditional polyester options in shocking hues, chunky modern interpretations in felt or luxurious takes in New Zealand wool.
From royal to robin’s egg, blue is loved for the calm feeling it imparts. Find dozens of ways to add the hue to your living space with this multivendor sale, inspired by <i>House Beautiful</i>. Want to make your bed look and feel great? Then try the chic Egyptian cotton Blue Champagne sheets from Pratesi, or the boldly patterned Leblond options from the British artisans at Designers Guild. Need furniture and accents? Check out Elite Leather’s streamlined Fortuna chair and Barclay Butera’s Batik Indigo throw pillows. Top off your elegant new bedding by leaving a romantic letterpress notecard from Charles Fradin Home on the pillow.
Treat your feet to Selvedge’s plush shag rugs, available in a host of textures and colors. These handwoven beauties are designed to last a lifetime, and come in fibers and styles ranging from traditional polyester options in bright hues to chunky modern interpretations in felt to luxurious takes in New Zealand wool.