Shop the Pottery Barn x Rebecca Atwood Collection

When it arrives to mixing hanging prints and hues in an interior, you’d be hard-pressed to obtain anybody who does it improved than Brooklyn-based mostly textile designer and artist Rebecca Atwood. Pottery Barn just tapped Atwood to create a cheerful assortment of patterned bedding, wallpaper, and household decor extras, which include throw pillows and framed artwork, that are all supposed to be blended and matched to your heart’s content material. “Sample is descriptive and personalized, so it is the perfect software for telling your tale at household,” says Atwood.

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Textile designer Rebecca Atwood

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For the collaboration, the designer turned to mother nature for inspiration, acknowledging that she aimed for every piece to sense vintage but even now educated by the way people beautify today. “When I chatted with Pottery Barn, I pointed out that I always want my household to be delighted and calm,” Atwood describes. “We all agreed we desired that, and so that is the mood I created the styles for. For me, this meant seeking to the natural planet for textural references—like the delicate rippling on the surface of a lake when it rains, a subject of flowers, or the sedimentary layers of rocks. I added in some more compact textural prints to round issues out.”

From vibrant stripes to assertion florals, you will find a little something for just about any style lover. As well as, in real Pottery Barn trend, numerous of the merchandise in the assortment are affordable, with a established of four cotton napkins being just $32, throw pillows starting at $forty nine.50, and 2’x8′ non permanent wallpaper retailing for $eighty five. The line also characteristics organic cotton towels, a new item category for the artistic.

“Prior to starting my personal line, I had labored with numerous various suppliers at all degrees of the current market, and I always liked that procedure of planning for various clients, price details, and item groups,” says Atwood. “It was seriously wonderful to get to do that via the lens of my aesthetic for Pottery Barn’s clients.”