A painter turned textile artist, Robshaw has an eye for color and an appreciation for history, having studied traditional fabric-making techniques throughout Asia and India. His linen and cotton-voile bedding, fabrics, clothing, and dog beds are a riot of hues and styles, with patterns block-printed and silk-screened by hand. Robshaw’s aim is to revive textile traditions and frame them in new terms. But he’s also interested in giving back, too. As a former ambassador to nonprofit Aid to Artisans, he’s passed on his business expertise, helping textile workers in developing countries set up their own shops.
Do you know why the princess felt the pea? It was because she wasn’t distracted by ill-fitting bedding. Like her, you too can enrich your sleep experience by stocking up on luxury queen-size linens from Villa Di Borghese, Signoria Firenze, Pratesi, Sferra, Bellora, and Frette, among others. Choose from a rainbow of colors and a dizzying array of solids and patterns. Happy slumbers!
Marrakesh’s Moorish architecture and blue-and-white palette inspired this selection of goods by Ortiz, the lighting and furniture designer behind Shine by S.H.O. Standouts include John Robshaw’s Lotus sheet set, with its repeating Alhambra pattern, and the James Mont dining table, featuring a damascene inlay and removable glass top.
Shop this handpicked selection of our finest tabletop, bedding, and glassware offerings available for under a Benjamin. Snap up John Robshaw block-print robes, a Munjoy Citrus coverlet from Errebicasa, or a cotton Kantha throw in brown Ikat from Couleur Nature. Fill your house with the scent of Manuel Canovas’ Ballade Verte eau de parfum—with notes of violet, Turkish rose, and ylang ylang—which was inspired by a French toile fabric. And—just in the nick of time—score a red snowflake stocking by Judy Ross to hang by the chimney with care.
Designer Barclay Butera is known for his non-adherence to rules. He’s not afraid of pairing toned-down gray with a pop of orange, for instance, or of mixing paisley, animal print and stripes. His latest collection, Park Avenue, features bench-made fabrics and textiles; it also takes men's suiting as its inspiration. To that end, Butera curated this special selection of sartorial home goods that women will love just as much as the guys will.