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Today is cold and drizzly in Fort Worth. A good day to snuggle up on the couch and watch "Parasite" since it managed to catapult itself into the Oscar record books on Sunday. A throw is an integral part of this couch snuggling, along with popcorn, hot tea, and pjs. But a throw is not only functional, it adds warmth and layers to a room. It says, "here, sit down and get comfy, have a cuppa tea". We love the texture and color balance it adds to a room too. Lots of color? A chunky sweater knit throw in ivory provides a breather. A more neutral palette? Add a pop of mustard or pink for the perfect punch. Here are 8 ways you can use a throw in your decorating.
Neutral ivory bedding gets a boho update with this colorful embroidered striped throw.
Chic and Cozy
Create a cozy reading spot in the bedroom with a leather settee instead of a bench at the end of the bed. This blue buffalo plaid throw ties in perfectly with the blue bedside tables.
Pop of Pink
The hot pink velvet pillows on the sofas are balanced with a throw in the same color in this serene blue and white living room.
Pass the Mustard
You might not think of a throw in the dining room, but for that person that is always cold, this mustard throw on a navy velvet armchair is not only stylish but practical.
Layers of colors, textures and patterns live in harmony when anchored in the same color. This turquoise Turkish cotton throw is lightweight and washable.
Room with a View
Can't find the right window treatment for a room? This shibori print indigo throw transitions to an easy valance in this lake house bunk room.
Set the Table
Bring a new flavor to the dining table with the addition of a striped cotton throw as a tablecloth. And don't worry if it doesn't cover the whole table, your guests will assume it's meant to be that way!
Layered elements of textured neutrals give this home office a sophisticated feel. The sheepskin throw in the desk chair adds a soft layer to the rattan.
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The new home brand from Wayfair, Eider & Ivory features a natural, earthy palette, high quality fabrics and and timeless designs. We were lucky enough to get a preview of some of the products and are so excited to include them in upcoming projects. The prices are amazingly affordable and in addition to the decorative products we've featured, there is a great selection of bath and bedding basics. Stock up now for upcoming holiday guests!
Ethnic inspired with bold patterns and textures, these pillows bring a boho vibe to your bedroom or living room.
OK, so we have a thing for throws. With something for every season, linen in summer and hand knit for winter, these cozy throws add a comfy pop to your favorite chair.
One of our recent clients had linen sheets on her bed and said she would never again sleep on anything else. Imagine our excitement when we found these linen sheets at such an amazing price. Can't wait to try them!
Turkish cotton towels are known to be the softest and most absorbent and yes, the guest bath does need new towels but why should they get all the nice stuff? Buy a set or 2, you won't regret it.
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So, we may have gone a bit overboard on our swatches last week when we visited the Dallas Design District. The whole team scoured showrooms for fabric and wallpaper swatches and then three shopping bags later, we hauled our goodies back to the office. It was a bit like Christmas morning. You all know how much we love color and well, we definitely found some amazing textiles that we can't wait to incorporate in to our clients' homes.
Andrew Martin's new Hacienda Collection is inspired by Mexican art and wildlife and just make us so happy. The vibrant patterns and colors of the traditional dress of Oaxacan women provide additional inspiration.
Another line we fell in love with is from John Robshaw and features traditional block printed textiles from India with whimsical motifs of elephants and birds. The indigo dyed collections are gorgeous and we are big fans of the mixing and matching of prints. One of these days we need to take a field trip to India to check out this block printing in person. Who's in?
With the addition of our latest treasures, the hoard has grown so much, our basket storage system is about at capacity. Guess it's time to reorganize.