You Can Feel Good About Shopping Nordstrom’s New Home Line
A portion of every purchase will go to charity.
Updated Oct 22, 2018 7:38 PM
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Treasure & Bond, Nordstrom’s do-good line that donates 2.5 percent of the cost of each item to a number of different charities, has finally branched out into home decor. On February 12, the company announced that the new collection under the line will offer a number of fun, springtime entertaining essentials, as well as bedding, textiles, stylish throws, and pillows—which means that when you buy these items, you’ll not only be instantly upgrading your home with some cool girl styles, but also feel good about where your money is going. Prices started at $45, and every item comes with a side of serious style and feel good vibes.
“We are thrilled to launch Treasure & Bond’s first-ever home collection, which captures the brand’s authentic, approachable style with classic pieces across tabletop, textiles, and home decor,” says Jennifer Jackson Brown, president of Nordstrom Product Group. “Treasure & Bond represents an integral part of our charitable giving strategy, and we are committed to partnering with organizations like YWCA and the WE Foundations, whose work empowers youth across North America.”
The company’s charity of choice for 2018 is the WE Charity—every Treasure & Bond purchase will go toward helping the charity’s domestic program WE Schools, which is a free, year-long service learning program that provides both educators and students with the resources they need to understand the root causes of various social issues, as well as provide ways to help solve those issues.
“WE Schools empowers over 11,200 schools and groups, enabling the program to reach more than 2.8 million students and 17,000 teachers,” says Roxanne Joyal, CEO of ME to WE. “The partnership between Treasure & Bond and ME to WE will empower young people to make an impact on social issues that matter most to them, sparking civic engagement and social responsibility in the next generation of young leaders.”
Sounds like a cause you’d like to get behind? Check out some of our favorite pieces from the line ahead—they’re the perfect addition to your spring decor.
Relaxed Cotton and Linen Sham, $49-$59
An adorable way to add a little millennial pink to your not-so-girly decor, this light rose sham features fun little details like a braided edge and non-crease linen. Put on top of your bed to make a statement.
Relaxed Cotton and Linen Duvet Cover, $169-$199
Fashionable with a touch of whimsy, the ribbon edge on this duvet cover gives it a soft feeling while still staying true to spring’s latest trends. Layer it under a shorter comforter to let the ends peek out.
Watercolor Ceramic Serving Bowl, $15
Ideal for any and all spring entertaining, a chic ceramic bowl is always a welcome addition to your tablescape. The layered glazes make it look handmade, and the colors swirl together to create a unique shade.
Small Tinted Glass Vase, $19
Already backordered (and for good reason), this vase is the perfect accent to a well-set table. The ombre tint adds a pop of color, while the clear glass allows your flowers to peek through—not to mention, its sculptural shape makes it a statement piece even without fresh blooms.
Distressed Geo Accent Pillow, $59
Set to be one of spring’s hottest trends, geo patterns are all the rage right now. This distressed version adds a cool girl touch to a regular soft pillow, allowing it to win over any and all skeptics.
Reversible Striped Throw, $49
Talk about a two-in-one deal: This reversible throw lets you play with both a solid base and a fun, striped combination, while the cozy chenille is perfect for cuddling up in during these last few (hopefully) months of winter.
Watercolor Set of Two Ceramic Appetizer Plates, $20
Make any dish look appetizing in this set of watercolor plates, infused with a pale blue edge for a rustic, yet modern look.
Acacia Wood Cheese Board, $49
If you aspire to be the kind of person who hosts wine and cheese parties at home, let this cheese board serve as the ultimate motivation. It’s made from acacia wood and features a curved handle to allow for easy (yet sophisticated) serving.
Set of Two Hammered Tall Glasses, $26
Ideal for the minimalist who still wants to add a trendy touch to their glassware, the textured edges on this set of two tall glasses give them just enough vintage charm to stand out.
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