I have a deep appreciation for the artistry that goes into making different textiles. Whether you buy them as souvenirs as a tourist or order from afar, textiles can bring worldly charm and vibrant pattern to many different surfaces and spots in your home.
Art on everyday things like pillows adds humor and fun to your space. It also says you don't take decor (and yourself) too seriously! Whether it's images of cats or technology that tickles your funny bone, there's plenty of fun art to suit everyone.
Square floor pillows are easy to find, but I strongly favor round ones. They are so much more charming and neater on the floor, and never look crooked like square ones can. After use, stacking them up is convenient because corners don't have to be lined up. Cozy and low-maintenance round floor pillows get a thumbs up.
Target has teamed up with Feed USA for a limited-edition product line. The earthy look paired with a mostly neutral palette has an outdoorsy feel. Better yet, a portion of your purchase will be donated, and every dollar donated translates into 8 meals for folks across the country.
If you like patterns, this bedroom has them in spades. It's not too crazy however, with its minimal color palette and classic decor. Are you ready for the cost breakdown of this design, and — more importantly — its decor doppleganger? Of course you are.
Bright colors, stripes, bold geometric patterns, all exemplify the gorgeous, one-of-a-kind pillows and rugs created and designed by husband and wife team Amy & Brett Morris of Ft. Greene, Brooklyn. These charming and unique accents add a touch of personality and eclecticism to a home of any style.
Here we are again folks, this time with a relaxed organic space that says, "Hey, you know what? If I want to pretend I'm home on the range, then that's my business." The cost of all these goodies is $11,692. You know the drill: click to see the second, less expensive, version.
These make me think of freshly organized desks, clean, architectural lines, and maybe a few OCD behaviors. Or, just like me, but the exact opposite. Click below for sources, and more interior inspiration.
Aelfie Oudghiri opened her namesake design studio and rug showroom earlier this year in Brooklyn, New York. Aelfie specializes in handwoven antique, vintage and contemporary rugs, but also offers mats made locally from old t-shirts and beautiful pillows.