When it will come to mixing striking prints and shades in an interior, you would be really hard-pressed to locate any person who does it far better than Brooklyn-centered textile designer and artist Rebecca Atwood. Pottery Barn just tapped Atwood to create a cheerful selection of patterned bedding, wallpaper, and household decor equipment, together with toss pillows and framed artwork, that are all meant to be combined and matched to your heart’s content. “Sample is descriptive and own, so it’s the perfect resource for telling your story at household,” states Atwood.
For the collaboration, the designer turned to mother nature for inspiration, acknowledging that she aimed for each individual piece to come to feel typical but nevertheless informed by the way folks decorate nowadays. “When I chatted with Pottery Barn, I described that I constantly want my household to be satisfied and relaxed,” Atwood points out. “We all agreed we wished that, and so that is the mood I designed the designs for. For me, this intended wanting to the organic world for textural references—like the comfortable rippling on the area of a lake when it rains, a subject of flowers, or the sedimentary levels of rocks. I additional in some smaller sized textural prints to spherical items out.”
From colorful stripes to statement florals, you can find a thing for just about any style and design lover. Additionally, in genuine Pottery Barn trend, a lot of of the products in the selection are affordable, with a established of 4 cotton napkins currently being just $32, toss pillows starting off at $49.50, and 2’x8′ non permanent wallpaper retailing for $85. The line also options natural and organic cotton towels, a new products classification for the creative.
“Prior to starting off my individual line, I experienced worked with a lot of various merchants at all concentrations of the market place, and I constantly savored that system of planning for various prospects, value details, and products categories,” states Atwood. “It was seriously superb to get to do that by the lens of my aesthetic for Pottery Barn’s prospects.”