Current Trends

  • Another key element is layering up chunky knits. We’re seeing ‘giant knitting’ trending on Pinterest, with searches for the term up 200 per cent year on year. This truly autumnal trend is all about hibernating and creating a happy home in which to do so. - Ideal Home

  • Rich upholstery materials like velvet juxtaposed with cozier wools and cashmeres are a great addition to a mix of highlights from brass, iron, and gold-plated metals." — Shannon Wollack and Brittany Zwickl, co-founders of Studio Life.Style

  • "High-contrast neutrals will be in style for 2019. While layering neutral textures is all the rage, we're also starting to see dark and light neutrals paired together for more drama and edge within a space." —Alessandra Wood

  • Black and White

    “A truly timeless design trend, black and white furnishings will want to be on your list of trends to incorporate into your home’s decor this 2019. The visual contrast of black and white will provide a sense of balance and boldness to your home’s space.” - Decoraid

  • Geometrics

    “Similar to floral patterns and brass decor, incorporating geometric patterns is no new trend. Yet for the new year geometric patterns are expected to become a dramatic presence. Colors will be bolder with oversized patterns. This is a trend that will help make a bold statement in any room.” - Decoraid

  • Moody Blues

    "Mixed into today's on-trend palette of neutrals or black and white, these colors are truly a 'wow' and a great accent or pop of color," shares Glick. "They blend beautifully when combined with brass and bronze finishes, whether high shine or matte." - Refinery29

  • Blush is the new neutral. It pairs with greys and naturals for a calming palette. It can be combined with bold colors like navy, forest green, or citrine, and it allows the bold color to be the hero.” — Rob Royer, CEO of Interior Define.

  • n comes in many patterns, colors, and looks great without being ironed or steamed. It's low maintenance that still looks elegant and sophisticated.

    Everyone is craving to have their home feel much more distinctive with special characteristics that feel totally unique to them.

    With almost all trends we're seeing in 2019, simplistic and minimal is no more. Instead, embellished, hand-crafted and maximalist is on the rise.” - Jessica McCarthy, Decorist

  • OFF-CREAM The minimalist movement has encouraged many modern homemakers to live a more clutter free, thoughtful life. With this, shades associated with minimalism–creams, beiges, and whites–are being incorporated into many home palettes. Cream shades with bolder, more colorful undertones are desired for their inherent simplicity that can be manipulated with different types of lighting. Here, see Benjamin Moore's Balboa Mist, a timeless cream that shifts richer or deeper with shadow and brightness. - Elle Decor

  • ALMOST WHITE - “There’s nothing more classic than an all white palette. And while pure white is a go-to for many homemakers, 2019 will be the year of “almost-whites.” These shades offer subtle nuances that adapt to different lighting, furniture, and surrounding colors. For those who crave a minimalist palette that still feels dynamic, an almost-white shade is the fool-proof choice.” - Elle Decor

Terms & Techniques

  • We work with partners that specialize in woven textiles worldwide including Morocco, Tunisia, and throughout Central/ South America.

  • Wool blankets and rugs from Guatemala are woven on foot looms. Colors available in natural dyes, and blues from recycled denim.

     

Typical Pricing

  • Wool throws from Tunisia - $60+

  • Sample pricing from one vendor in Peru"

  • Baby alpaca throws - $120+

  • Machine woven baby alpaca scarves - $30

  • Thick, chunky merino wool blankets - $295

  • Wool pom throws - $60