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“Indulge in lush floral prints, now here to fulfill all your magical daydreams just in time for the Spring.”
Molton Brown’s newest and most delectable Limited Edition collection is an ode to the little things that kept us going in lockdown over the last year. Pre-order beginning today – April 1st!
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pictured above: Veruska bedspread and dec pillows by Missoni Home
pictured above: Baie bed by Yves Delorme
pictured above: Hamilton coverlet and shams, pictured with a Tyne duvet cover by Amity Home
pictured above: Celeste quilted coverlets and shams, pictured with matching bedding, by Home Treaures
pictured above: Pettine bedding by Sferra
pictured above: Kiev duvet cover by SDH
pictured above: Utopia collection by Yves Delorme
pictured above: Victoria coverlet and shams, pictured with a Tyne duvet cover and shams, by Amity Home
pictured above: Eileen bedding by Christian Fischbacher
pictured above: Botanical duvet cover and shams by Pine Cone Hill
pictured above: Abigail reversible duvet cover and pillows, pictured with an Angie percale fitted sheet, by Missoni Home
pictured above: Moda limited edition bed by Sferra
pictured above: Abri collection by Yves Delorme
pictured above: Medici duvet cover and pillows in Champagne/Taupe by Lili Alessandra
pictured above: Hawthorn coverlet and shams by Pine Cone Hill
pictured above: Initial collection by Yves Delorme
pictured above: Dyade collection by Yves Delorme
pictured above: Helane personal comforter and a Carmen kidney pillow in Poppy by Bella Notte
pictured above: Hugh coverlet and sham, pictured with a Tahoma duvet cover and sham, by Amity Home
pictured above: Sitka coverlet and sham, pictured with a Cambria duvet cover and sham, by Amity Home
pictured above: Aida diamond jacquard throw, pictured with a matching Arkansas pillow, Avarua upholstered cushions, and Angie percale sheeting, by Missoni Home
pictured above: Antoinette bedding by Pine Cone Hill
pictured above: Yara duvet cover and shams by Leitner
pictured above: Complice collection by Yves Delorme
pictured above: Au Loin collection by Yves Delorme
pictured above: Murdock coverlet and shams, pictured with a Brisbane duvet cover, by Amity Home
pictured above: Bellissa collection, by Home Treaures
pictured above: Treetop Linen Stripe duvet cover and shams by Pine Cone Hill
pictured above: Paisley duvet cover by Leitner
pictured above: Epure collection by Yves Delorme
We are often showcasing new bedding collections; here is a compilation of some of the most interesting new bath accessories that have been recently introduced by our favorite designers. See something you like, we’ll order it for you.
pictured above: Biarritz boutique tissue by Mike + Ally
pictured above: Lark collection in Natural Horn by Pigeon & Poodle
pictured above: Monette collection in Chartreuse by Pigeon & Poodle
pictured above: Salzberg boutique tissue by Mike + Ally
pictured above: Lito vanity mirror by L’Objet
pictured above: Elyria trays in Black Marble by Pigeon & Poodle
pictured above: Porto tumbler by Mike + Ally
pictured above: Ebano collection by Ladorada
pictured above: Valencia wastebasket by Mike + Ally
pictured above: Ceramica collection by Jan Barboglio
pictured above: Alanya collection by Pigeon & Poodle
pictured above: Budapest brush holder by Mike + Ally
pictured above: Pietra collection by Sferra
pictured above: Pomaria collection in Bronze by Pigeon & Poodle
pictured above: Deauville collection by Mike + Ally
Jan Barboglio’s Spring 2021 collection has been inspired by the concept of Blessings – a classic Jan Barboglio theme than Jan has chosen to emphasize now more than ever before. As of yesterday, we already have several of the new pieces on our floor, and others remain on order. You can view most of the new pieces in Jan’s Spring 2021 catalog. Scroll below to view some of the new items we currently have in stock.
“We were all reminded that we have so many things to be thankful for. Taking them for granted is no longer an option. This season we were inspired by the beautiful notion of Blessings, both counting them and giving them.
‘Salud y benidiciones’ to all.”
pictured above: Rosa Cross Blessing
pictured above: Una Niña Sculpture
pictured above: Ezekiel Sculpture
pictured above: Ezekiel Sculpture – Nickel finish
pictured above: Candelitas Pajaritos
pictured above: Acanalada Frida Decanter
pictured above: Acanalado Lily Decanter
pictured above: Florece Bowl
pictured above: Cerámica Blanca Chica Platter
pictured above: Cerámica bath accessories
pictured above: Destino Dish
pictured above: En Familia Cross
pictured above: Houseblessing Paper Towel Holder
pictured above: Houseblessing TP Holder
pictured above: El Caballero & El Chango Pillows
In 1891, Gennaro Sferra left Italy for the United States with a trunk full of handmade Venetian lace, and a vision of the American Dream. Today, his legacy lives on through the brand that he spawned. While it might not represent such a major milestone in the grand scheme, Sferra has begun to mark its 130th anniversary with some special new additions – including an updated take on Celeste, and a new limited edition collection that is instantly amongst its most opulent, and interesting collections.
Pettine adorns Sferra’s best selling Celeste sheet with embroidered, scalloped edges as well as a lined, satin stitch border. It is a new and fanciful take on Celeste, without sacrificing the concept of simple elegance. Choose from a duvet cover, flat sheet, and an array of shams; just one piece can liven your bed. Meanwhile…
Moda, Sferra’s latest limited edition collection, is an opulent study in contrast and versatility. The centerpiece of the collection is the duvet cover, featuring white 100% Giza 45 Egyptian cotton percale fabric adorned with lively green two-tone satin stitch embroidery along its hem, as well as a more subtle U-shaped pattern in the center, framing a detachable 100% silk scarf – which can serve as a decorative centerpiece on your bed, or can be worn as a scarf. The scarf itself features vivid blooms layered over the faint watermark of SFERRA’s lace ball logo, all printed on luxurious silk. Matching shams feature 100% printed silk backing to Egyptian cotton.
In case that was hard to visualize – no worries. Below are pictures of Moda, Pettine, and a variety of other brand new additions to Sferra’s line.
If you missed it, also check out Sferra’s new K三 collection, a collaboration with the late Kenzo Takada
The new year is said to be a time for new beginnings, and new energy. This idea feels especially prevalent as we gradually move on from 2020. We remain anxious to see all that our vendors have in store for us. For now: Christian Fishbacher has released a new catalog; Sferra continues to show off its new K三 Collection, an innovative collaboration with the late Kenzo Takada that was debuted in November; Yves Delorme has teased us with one new pattern from its upcoming Spring collection (see below).
For Bella Notte, 2021 is especially special, as it marks their 25th Anniversary. While there will surely be more special introductions to come, Bella’s Spring intros, just announced, are surely welcome for now. Prominent additions to the line include Taline, a tasseled collection of two-tone pillows and throws, which feature charmeuse reversing to linen, and Poppy. Poppy is a lipstick red dye that may represent Bella’s most luscious color yet; it looks romantic on linen, evocative in silk, and lush on velvet.
pictured: Taline Personal Comforter in Rosegold, atop Helane Personal Comforter in Poppy , Taline Lumbar Pillow in Mineral, Carmen Kidney Pillow in Poppy , Helane Deluxe Shams in Rouge, Silk Velvet upholstered headboard in Eucalyptus, Lynette Accent Pillow in Eucalyptus (on nightstand), Taline Throw Pillow in Rosegold
pictured: (on bench) Taline Throw Pillow in Poppy, Carmen Kidney Pillow in Poppy , Taline Accent Pillow in Mahogany, Paloma Personal Comforter in Poppy , (on floor) Helane Personal Comforter in Rouge, Carmen Lumbar Pillow in Mahogany, Lynette Accent Pillow in Poppy, Helane Personal Comforter in Rosegold, Lynette Throw Pillow in Rouge
pictured: Ines Personal Comforter in Fog, atop Austin Coverlet in Winter White, Taline Accent Pillows in Rouge and Eucalyptus, Taline Throw Pillow in Pearl, Ines Lumbar Pillows in Mineral and Eucalyptus, Austin Royal Shams in Fog
pictured: Ines and Frida Guest Towels in White
pictured: Taline Personal Comforter in Rosegold, Helane Personal Comforter in Poppy , Carmen Kidney Pillow in Poppy
pictured: Au Loin bed (by Yves Delorme)
Sferra’s collaboration with the late, and legendary fashion designer Kenzo Takada is all about Kenzo Takada, and his vision for the home. Initially announced in January at Maison & Objet, Kenzo’s K三 (K-3) collection features furniture, ceramics, rugs, linens and more, and was created with the assistance of several manufacturing partners, including Sferra. While there are many individuals who have helped to bring K三 to life, the name of the collection references the three main collaborators behind the project — managing partner Jonathan Bouchet Manheim, creative partner Engelbert Honorat, and of course Kenzo himself.
Known for his beaming smile and mischievous theatrics, Kenzo’s innovative style became well known for it’s unexpected combinations of Parisian fashion with the colors and poetry of his native Japan. Having risen to fame as a women’s fashion icon, Kenzo spent much of the past two decades expanding his horizons, painting art and designing upholstery fabrics as well as other furnishings for the home. He launched K三 at the age of 80. Intended to be a luxury home and lifestyle brand, K三 can be considered a culmination of sorts for Kenzo – especially so now that he has passed away. Sadly, Kenzo Takada died in October of complications resulting from Covid-19.
The K三 brand has been inspired by Eastern and Western influences, with a modern twist. As part of the brand’s visual identity, most pieces bear a kintsugi mark; the Japanese art of kintsugi teaches that broken objects are not something to hide but to display with pride. The line has been divided into three collections of sorts. The nature-themed Sakura collection aspires for harmony and tranquillity through intricate floral motifs in soft pastels. By contrast, Maiko boasts vibrant reds and pinks, accented by geometric contrasts and gold accents – the collection echoes the delicate and refined spirit of the Maikos, “apprentice Geishas” who are renowned for their kimonos, as well as their delicate red and white makeup. Lastly, Shogun employs dramatic black and ivory monochromes to make a powerful statement.
Below is a preview of the three collections, with particular attention paid to many of the items that we are able to order through Sferra. The bedding collections and cushions have been manufactured by Sferra, and several ceramic pieces are additionally available through Sferra. Note that while these items can be ordered by The Linen Tree, quantities may be limited, and some items will be made custom to order. Other items in the collection may be available through other suppliers, or at the K三 showroom in France; if you see something you like, we can look into it for you.
pictured above: Hana Maru duvet cover
pictured above: Kaede cushion in Ivory
pictured above: Hanataba Tall Vase
pictured above: Hana Kiriko cushion in Ivory and Gold
pictured above: Kikyo pillowcase
pictured above: Yukata vase
pictured above: Hanatsugi Pouf in Ivory
pictured above: Kiku Awase cushion
pictured above: Kori cushion in Ivory
pictured above: Butterfly cushion in Ivory
pictured above: Hanabatake duvet cover
pictured above: Kishima cushion
pictured above: Maiko Ikat flat sheet
pictured above: Aka tall vase
pictured above: Aka wide vase
pictured above: Phoenix cushion
pictured above: Hanatsugi cushion in Red
pictured above: Butterfly cushion in Red
pictured above: Kima cushion
pictured above: Kaede cushion in Black & White
pictured above: Hana Kasuri duvet cover
pictured above: Shogun Ikat flat sheet
pictured above: Tamashi vases
pictured above: Tamashi jar
pictured above: Ike vases
pictured above: Pivoine cushion
pictured above: Kori pouf in Black and Gold
pictured above: Hana Kiriko cushion in Black and Gold
pictured above: Sempu jars
Here’s a look at some brand new Fall introductions from Sferra, Ann Gish, Peacock Alley, Yves Delorme, Donna Salyers, Matouk, Home Treasures, Christian Fischbacher, and Dea.
Mike + Ally is set to turn 30 next year. The company, situated in New York City, is anxious to put 2020 behind it, and is looking forward to celebrating its status atop a pinnacle in the world of bespoke luxury bath accessories.
In anticipation of its 30th anniversary, Mike + Ally has teamed up with Swarovski Crystals to introduce several special new collections. A fitting partner for Mike + Ally, the Swarovski brand is recognized for it’s pioneering spirit, inspiring designers in over 170 countries with over 250 different cuts and shapes of crystals. Its unique technology uses advanced optical measurement and high precision cutting to produce consistent color and optimal color saturation across all cuts and sizes.
More on the new Swarovski Collection in a bit; we figure this is a good place and time to celebrate, or at least share, the history of Mike + Ally. While most of her friends went off to college, Ally Rosson found herself accepted to a prestigious Metalsmith program under the tutelage of Finnish Master metalsmith (and sculptor) Heikki Seppä. She would proceed to enter the world of fashion accessory design. After Cartier NY picked up some of her belt buckle designs, her confidence grew and it was not long before she and a former partner, jewelry designer Michael Nash, founded Mike + Ally.
At first, Mike + Ally set out to design functional personal accessories – such as jeweled hand mirrors and lipstick cases. It was actually their first retail customer – Bergdorf Goodman – that suggested they could fill an even bigger void by manufacturing luxury, ornate bath accessories. Their customer base would grow significantly in the years that followed, and bath accessories would become their primary focus.
Now on the verge of thirty years, Mike + Ally has introduced arguably its most elegant, and most luxurious collection to date. The Swarovski Collection – actually a collection of seven Mike + Ally collections – has been meticulously designed, and incorporates a variety of carefully chosen Swarovski crystals. Ranging from the extravagant Biarritz collection to the most graceful Valencia and a highly refined Budapest collection, there is something for everyone.
You may view the new intros in PDF format here, or just scroll on below…