Pattern Play: Fresh Textiles for the Home

Pattern Play: Fresh Textiles for the Home

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Lindsay Tella
Sep 23, 2011

Ever since Abigail Ahern's London townhouse was showcased on The Selby last month, I haven't been able to stop thinking about the rich colors and patterns woven through her space. As we segue into the next season, it feels like the perfect opportunity to cozy up to something soft and vibrant. From heirloom rugs, to repurposed sari's, check out these stunning designs.

A few bold throw pillows may transform a dated couch, just like a vivid rug can instantly brighten up a dull room. While they come at a price, these products allow for quick and easy decor updates without the hassle of labor or assembly.

1. Image via The Selby
2. Textiles by wolfum: From pillows to placemats there's a print for everyone in the wolfum textile line. Hand-made in LA, these timeless textiles will add dimension to any space.
3. Vintage Kantha Quilts by Niki Jones: Constructed of vintage sari's hand-stitched together, each quilt is unique. With a different pattern and color on each side, the quilts are versatile and dynamic.
4. Rugs by Morris etc.: These hand-loomed rugs are available in a wide range of vibrant colors. The designers can even help you find the perfect rug for your space, just send in a color swatch and they will recommend a few matches!
5. Vintage Suzani Bedspreads from Table Tonic: Bold, beautiful and full of meticulous detail, these 1950's hand-embroidered pieces provide some real graphic punch.

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