Solids are fun, but sometimes adding a bold, graphic print is even more fun. Whether you’re looking to incorporate some sneaky, out-of-your-comfort-zone prints into your home or just add more where that came from, you’re in the right place.
Brooklyn-based designer Ellen Van Dusen started with clothing, but recently (!!!) expanded to home decor… By collaborating with pattern-lover and SNL cast member Aidy Bryant. If you love color and graphic design with lines, this collection is for you.
Loloi Rugs design and handcraft the world’s most original rugs… And pillows and throws now, too! Look to Loloi for a variety of design styles, textures, and sizes.
Looking for a super funky floor mat? You’ve come to the right place. Domestic Construction has an endless amount of rugs, all starting at $98 for the smallest 23”x36” size.
In2Green throws make us want to drop what we’re doing, run home, and cuddle up on our couch with one (or more) of their eco-luxury, graphic designs. Bonus: All throws are knit in the USA.
This Finnish design house creates larger-than-life prints for every room of your home. Their Unikko flower pattern is basically guaranteed to add happiness to your home.
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The company started simply designing and producing the peshtemal, but has since expanded to marbleized ceramic tableware and hand-blown glassware. Spoiler alert: Their vibrantly striped peshtemals are still our favorite.
These cheerful, Art Deco-inspired towels are 100% cotton and will brighten your morning shower AND trip to the beach.
Designers Guild sells just about every piece of home decor you could ever dream of—including wallpaper, furniture, rugs, and linens. All in beautiful designs and patterns, of course.
If you still love tie-dye, but in a grown up way, you need to check out Upstate. Owner and designer Kalen Kaminski creates luxurious clothing, throws, bedding, and more with the shibori dyeing technique. Many items sold are even hand dyed in her Brooklyn studio.
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Expect to find pillows, poufs, baskets, and our favorite—the Pom Pom Blanket—on Indigo + Lavender. Their colors are rich and patterns classic. They also have a huge selection of vintage Turkish rugs, which is definitely worth browsing.