25/11/2020

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Change Begins At Home

Shop the Pottery Barn x Rebecca Atwood Collection

When it will come to mixing putting prints and colors in an interior, you’d be really hard-pressed to obtain anybody who does it far better than Brooklyn-centered textile designer and artist Rebecca Atwood. Pottery Barn just tapped Atwood to generate a cheerful selection of patterned bedding, wallpaper, and house decor equipment, like throw pillows and framed artwork, that are all supposed to be blended and matched to your heart’s content. “Sample is descriptive and individual, so it’s the excellent resource for telling your tale at house,” claims Atwood.

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Textile designer Rebecca Atwood

Courtesy of Pottery Barn

For the collaboration, the designer turned to character for inspiration, acknowledging that she aimed for just about every piece to truly feel typical but however informed by the way individuals beautify now. “When I chatted with Pottery Barn, I stated that I often want my house to be joyful and serene,” Atwood clarifies. “We all agreed we wished that, and so that is the temper I made the styles for. For me, this intended looking to the natural entire world for textural references—like the tender rippling on the surface of a lake when it rains, a field of bouquets, or the sedimentary levels of rocks. I extra in some smaller sized textural prints to spherical issues out.”

From colorful stripes to statement florals, there is certainly some thing for just about any style lover. Furthermore, in correct Pottery Barn style, a lot of of the products in the selection are cost-effective, with a established of 4 cotton napkins getting just $32, throw pillows starting at $49.fifty, and 2’x8′ temporary wallpaper retailing for $85. The line also functions natural and organic cotton towels, a new item category for the resourceful.

“Prior to starting my very own line, I had worked with a lot of unique vendors at all amounts of the sector, and I often loved that method of building for unique shoppers, price factors, and item categories,” claims Atwood. “It was really amazing to get to do that through the lens of my aesthetic for Pottery Barn’s shoppers.”