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.
Rendered in a tan-and-gray palette, this faux-fox throw
has a heavenly texture that falls somewhere between flower petals, down, and faux fur. It brings a luxurious, exotic note and sumptuous feel to any bedroom or living room. Made in the ...
This richly hued double-face throw is made from
a chunky French yarn linen blend and finished with an oversize vintage washed silk velvet ruffle for a luxurious mix of textures. Made in the USA.
The diamond design used on this lightweight cotton
throw is common among weavers in the mountain town of San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico. Beautifully woven using age-old techniques on handcrafted pedal looms, each throw takes three days to ...