Never defined or limited by any single era, a Robert Passal interior oozes luxurious style. The designer’s knack for textures, patterns, and the layering and melding of disparate elements has given Passal a reputation as a mastermind of the eclectic. “Like things go together, but then again I’m all about breaking the rules,” he says. With an aesthetic that could be summed up as sophisticated, collected, and curated, he handpicks pieces that will take any room on a trajectory from the mundane to the extraordinary.
Warmer than sheep wool with a softness and
breathability comparable to cashmere, yak wool is a little-known luxury. Its strength, static-resistance, and antimicrobial properties set it apart from other materials. This throw is woven of 100% yak wool and finished ...
A colorful Indian throw from the 1940s, it
features a soft warm cotton in a rich fuchsia and brown color and intricate multicolor hand-stitch design on front and back. minor wear, some stains.