As a painter and lover of color, Caroline Z. Hurley creates unique block-printed textiles for the home. She puts a modern spin on an ancient technique by creating simple, non-repeat patterns. Her inspiration includes Montessori toys, Italian gelato, the salty ocean, and artists like Richard Tuttle and Agnes Martin. All of her pieces are made of 100% linen, are printed with non-toxic ink, and are meant to be used and loved--no need to treat them delicately. Her throws are perfect over a table, on the couch, as wall hangings or oversize scarves, and anything else you can think of.
Custom throw/bed scarf in vintage hand-spun, handwoven, and
channeled indigo blue cotton fabric from Mali, retaining original hand-braid and knot fringe. Complemented with extra-heavy winter-weight cable-knit fabric. Designed by Fragments Identity exclusively for One Kings Lane. Age wear and darning ...
The cashmere fiber of this waterweave throw strikes
the perfect balance of luxurious softness and lightweight warmth, while the extra-long fringe adds a chic, artisanal finish. So versatile, yet luxe and sophisticated, this piece makes a great gift. Made in ...
Elegant, dreamy, and even a bit romantic, this
cool-hued throw is crafted of 19-momme silk charmeuse with button tufts, scalloped stitching, and a double-ruffled border. Filled with hand-strung Mulberry silk for additional loft and comfort.