When it comes to mixing putting prints and colors in an inside, you would be tough-pressed to come across any individual who does it far better than Brooklyn-centered textile designer and artist Rebecca Atwood. Pottery Barn just tapped Atwood to generate a cheerful collection of patterned bedding, wallpaper, and residence decor extras, like toss pillows and framed artwork, that are all meant to be blended and matched to your heart’s content material. “Pattern is descriptive and particular, so it’s the ideal tool for telling your tale at residence,” says Atwood.
For the collaboration, the designer turned to character for inspiration, acknowledging that she aimed for each and every piece to experience basic but still informed by the way individuals adorn right now. “When I chatted with Pottery Barn, I described that I constantly want my residence to be pleased and tranquil,” Atwood describes. “We all agreed we wished that, and so that is the temper I developed the designs for. For me, this meant looking to the pure entire world for textural references—like the comfortable rippling on the area of a lake when it rains, a industry of flowers, or the sedimentary layers of rocks. I additional in some smaller textural prints to round factors out.”
From vibrant stripes to assertion florals, you will find anything for just about any design lover. Moreover, in real Pottery Barn fashion, quite a few of the products in the collection are economical, with a established of four cotton napkins currently being just $32, toss pillows starting off at $forty nine.fifty, and 2’x8′ non permanent wallpaper retailing for $85. The line also capabilities natural cotton towels, a new solution classification for the innovative.
“Prior to starting off my very own line, I experienced labored with quite a few distinctive suppliers at all ranges of the sector, and I constantly savored that course of action of developing for distinctive clients, cost details, and solution categories,” says Atwood. “It was really superb to get to do that via the lens of my aesthetic for Pottery Barn’s clients.”