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.
Cozy up to the warmth and cashmere-like softness
of alpaca wool, a natural, sustainable, and hypoallergenic material from the yearly shear of the alpaca. Loomed in Ecuador by skilled artisans, this alpaca-wool-blend throw features rounded corners and handsome striped designs ...
Inspired by patterns and designs found in nearly
200-year-old archives, this lightweight yet exceptionally warm single-ply throw is made from fine-grade soft wool with an engineered stripe and selvage edge detail with a whip-stitched trim. Made in the USA.
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 ...