If you've had a chance to check out the October issue (and I hope you have!) you might have noticed the feminine “Full Bloom” decorator pillow from Amy Butler for Welspun in the So Sublime color palette story.
That lime/light chartreuse color is one of my favorites and I had a lot of fun pulling those gorgeous products together. And it’s no surprise that such a happy little accessory came from Amy Butler . An artist who also has her own fabric line, Amy's fresh takes on traditional patterns are always colorful and graphic, which I think is a great complement to a bedroom with classic furnishings.
Her 100% organic cotton designs use low-impact dyes so they’re easy on the environment, but her patterns are definitely high-impact.
The appliquéd decorator pillow comes from the “Full Bloom” collection, which is Amy’s interpretation of Victorian style mixed with rich paisleys from India – an “ode to the elegant Sari.” The Bucharest & Constanta coordinating collections are inspired by the flourishes and motifs found in Romanian embroidery, which itself is often inspired by formal gardens.
I just love this textured “Bucharest” quilted coverlet, below. You may be seeing a lot more of this palette very soon…
In this close up of a “Dancing Garden” collection Euro sham, you can see the intricately embroidered details Amy often employs:
For more collections, and where to purchase, visit Amy's site .