Her pillows are of course timeless… and in my opinion, the perfect addition to any home no matter the season. That said, this collection is decidedly more Spring than her first collection, with easy natural linen and notes of marine green + tangerine. When describing her line, my sister uses words like “luxurious but relaxed” and “meant to be lived with and enjoyed” and that’s such a perfect description. I’m lucky enough to have four of them in my own home, and I love that the fabrics are rumpled and easy – but still elegant and upscale. And they are practical, too. Due to a recent kitten accident, I had to wash the covers… they held up perfectly in the washer (and dryer.) It’s nice to have nice things that can be used every day… it encourages a more relaxed way of living.
I personally really love the tangerine. I say this knowing they wouldn’t go with my current living room decor… but something about the vibrant hue really speaks to me. This little dip dyed pillow makes me particularly happy… so cheerful and happy. And then there is her classic Shibori (I don’t own any of her Shibori pillows… yet) which she did in both Tangerine and Marine Green. For a more neutral touch, I love these stripes… they’re really classic and will go with absolutely everything.
Maybe its time to add a few to my bed.
photography by Emily Johnston