Are you ready for spring yet? I totally am. And with spring, a bit of a refresh for the home. These pillows I worked on at Anthropologie are a great way to bring an update to your home. Plus, they are pretty affordable, especially for silk! These dip-dyed pillows are made of a slubby silk/cotton blend and finished with a thick linen fabric on the back. Now the only trouble is picking your favorite…!
Wow, it’s been a while since I shared my latest designs from Anthropologie! We’re past the gilded glamour and rick, dark colors of holiday and at a time when it makes sense to get a bit of a refresh in the home. That’s why I’m so excited to share the Honeyed Fleur duvet today. The colors are light and airy, the pattern is just floral enough for her, but not too feminine for him (for those of you who share a bedroom), and the embroidered edges on the shams are a great updated touch.
My favorite color combination of this duvet is definitely the coral version. The combination of ivory and taupe speaks to my inner neutral lover, while the coral is a really fun way to get a smidgeon of color in the bedroom. What do you think of this duvet?
I recently collaborated with Caroline and Jayden of Woodnote Photography on an exciting new project: Elephant Landing! Each pillow cover is unique and created by hand in remote villages of southeastern India. The women who created these pillows are employed with fair wages, and 100% of the profits will be used to educate and employ more women in neighboring villages of India.
Plus, today I’m giving away the Annie Pillow Cover, my favorite of the designs I did for Elephant Landing! To enter:
- Like Elephant Landing and Jojotastic on Facebook.
- Leave a comment here with your favorite pillow from Elephant Landing.
One winner will be chosen at random by Tuesday December 17, 2013 at 10:30 am EST. Winner will receive the Annie Pillow Cover. Retail value is $50. Good luck!
photos by Woodnote Photography.
Holiday trim at Anthropologie is so magical… and really the best time to be a designer! For months my desk would be covered in bits of lace and velvet, jars of glass beads and metallic sequins, loops of ribbon and yarn. Given all that I’ve designed, these Brava Mice Ornaments are by far my absolute favorite. I feel like they offer a sneak peek into what makes me tick as a designer: I love sweet details and charm and whimsy. I love making people smile with my ideas. And I love the opportunity to be plain old cheeky. After all, these are felt mice dressed up as ballerinas…
Lots to share of my latest designs for Anthropologie today, and a wide range, too! The Nomades tablelinens are pretty fun for the upcoming holidays. The quirky pom poms are the perfect little pop of color on a linen-colored cotton bamboo base. It’s available as a tablecloth, too!
I also hand-lettered the text for these glass dairy bottles. Each bottle is topped with a silicone lid, making these guys perfect for mixing salad dressings, keeping extra simple syrup, or even storing almond milk.
These guys are some of my favorites of all time. I hand-painted the artwork and added a touch of gold to make these spinning top-inspired trinket dishes extra fancy.
Lastly, this is the Fern-Reflection Jewelry Stand. The wooden base includes a carved out dish, perfect for bangles, while you can drape long necklaces on the distressed glass.
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Designing bedding is like working on one ginormous canvas… and doing it for Anthropologie means you get to be even more creative with it. This is the Safia Embroidered Duvet. Made of heavenly soft cotton sateen, the motifs you see here are appliquéd and embroidered, lending an air of casual luxury.
Here’s a close up! I also really love the color palette for this duvet. The lavender is a bit feminine but is balanced out by a golden yellow and charcoal. The icy grey base really makes this bedding gender neutral, too.
These sweet, organic little guys are the Crosshatch Mugs from Anthropologie. What I love about this collection are the colors and how unusual the color combinations are. A latte color mingles with lavender and deep plum. Evergreen pairs well with citrine and turquoise. And who doesn’t love shades of grey when it’s mixed with pale blue? Each of these color combos works so well when grounded in white earthenware. Which is your favorite color palette?