Design is personal.
To create a bespoke space, we must draw inspiration from our own, collected-over-time, near-and-dear possessions, and build from there. That is the foundation of good design.
And that is at the crux of our tagline, “Made with Love.”
While unintentional, it is not by accident that these new decorative pillows to our growing line sit quite comfortably alongside this original work in my personal art collection.
The painting was done by my husband’s late grandmother, Wanda Waters Boyce (mother of Pamela Kline, founder of our company). Wanda was a prolific painter who enjoyed working in the style of artists she admired, and we are lucky to have many of her works in our home and my office.
We understand designers are increasingly interested in adding decorative pillows to their projects as a way to introduce color + texture + *personality* to a room, and we want to serve them with a fresh, specially designed assortment that could only come from TL at Home.
To that end, we have hired a new production team member who is leading our cut & sew department and brings a crisp and creative approach to pillow design. Together, she and I draw from within and look around to discover new ways to make interesting pillows that use fabrics we all love and make them appropriate for our production facility workroom process.
It’s been a creatively satisfying approach to product design, and we are excited to roll out this collection!
SEEN HERE: These particular pillows are made from our Brooklyn fabric (a buttery soft chenille style velvet featuring a gorgeous heathered weave for added depth) embellished with a sheer overlay application for a bit of sheen and finished with a modern raw edge detail for texture and surface interest. These pillows are offered in 4 colors (grey, blush, toast and snowdrop) and are priced at $230 each.