When three of our favorite brands team up for one collection, you know it’s going to be good. Which is why we’re so excited about Charish’s debut decor line. They’re kicking things off with a bang, tapping Georgia-based artist (and owners of one of our favorite colorful homes) Angela Chrusciaki Blehm and manufacturer Cloth & Company.
“I secretly have wanted to dive into furniture design for a long time, so this was a perfect opportunity to make the jump. Mashing up the fine art with the decorative art for pattern-making seemed to come naturally from my lifelong obsession with decor,” said Blehm, adding that she was drawn to Chairish because the idea of mixing contemporary pieces designed by an artist with the vintage finds scattered across their site was an exciting one.
The collection launched on October 18, and includes six different pieces in five fabrics by Blehm. Choose from the curtains, upholstered poufs (a smart extra seating option, for those small space dwellers with little to no living space), banquettes, pillows, and accent chairs. Prices range from $139 to $1,456—a bit on the higher end of the spectrum, but well worth it when you consider that you are investing in literal art.
Everything is custom printed and made on demand by Cloth & Company, lending a bespoke feel to each piece. Nothing is mass-produced; attention to detail and quality craftsmanship is at the forefront of the collaboration.
Maximalists, in particular, will love this collection, which puts Blehm’s signature “Pop Arts Meets Postmodern” aesthetic first. More broadly, anyone with a thing for eclectic and playful design will also find something they love in the Chairish collection.
“I gravitate to an aesthetic that is sophisticated yet playful—full of color, wonder, and sculptural silhouettes,” continued Blehm. This balance is clear to anyone who glances at the collection: Punchy, fun designs like ombre ribbons and uneven polka dots bring levity to the timeless, classic silhouettes.
“My art is a manifestation of my fascination with fashion, art history, architecture, and daydreams from the mundane,” explained the artist of her trademark style, which fans can instantly spot. And speaking of said fans, they are the ones who made the entire collaboration with Chairish possible in the first place—record sales of Blehm’s original art and prints on the secondhand antique site earmark her a top-performer for the brand. The art in question will still be available on Chairish, alongside this colorful new line.
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