208 throws and shams Mediterranean Products
I love quatrefoil so much I dedicated an entire ideabook to it, and that pattern combined with peacock blue simply throws me over the edge. Add some luxury to your bedscape with this gorgeous boudoir pillow from design blogger COCOCOZY's home furnishings line.
Totally noncommittal and fun, these colorful throws have a great print and are an effortless way to test drive the trend.
A casual throw blanket in navy and white says beach house all over it, but the Greek key pattern takes it up a notch and keeps the look refined.
This gold and ivory trellis throw is sophisticated and would work as a pretty neutral folded over the side or back of your sofa.
At the foot of a bed or used as a throw in wintertime, a suzani is versatile and stylish. It can even make for great wall art.
Williams-Sonoma Home's Cashmere Throws are such a soft and luxurious accessory — I have one that I absolutely love in my living room. The coral print adds just the right beach-y touch to a room.
Add some exotic romance to your space with this stunning Moroccan Wedding Blanket. It works well as a throw, as an extra layer of warmth and decor, or hung on the wall like a tapestry.
In my opinion, you cannot go wrong with a blue and white trellis rug. It is absolutely classic and a piece you can continue to use well after a trend has passed.
These jewel-colored votives would be fabulous table decor for an alfresco Moroccan feast. Get the tagine cooking, and throw some eclectic rugs and cushions around to create a Mediterranean oasis in your backyard.
These exotic tables add rich leather, interesting geometry (rounded off octagon, anyone?) and the texture of upholstery nails. It's a perfect way to add a worldly layer to your home.
A small pouf accessory can be placed in your living room and paired with a fun throw. This has a great color, and you can also use it as an additional seat this holiday.
I'd toss this throw pillow onto a glider or rocker to help give an eclectic vibe to a nursery. The primary color combination works well for a boy or girl.
One of our favorite ways to entertain casually is to use our Raclette maker for a fun, around the island kind of party. Taking the traditional mix of melted Raclette cheese, boiled new potatoes, cornichons, black forest ham and perhaps sausages is a really fun way to eat with a group of people over...
Electric Raclette Maker
Every room can benefit from a small dash of old-world style, and this particular throw brings in that rich red, detailed pattern and cozy vibe.
Cotton Tara Throw
I ordered fabric samples from Les Indiennes after spying one of their fabulous elephant print fabrics several years ago. Every sample I received was elegant and exquisite. This beautiful tablecloth is one you may want to have a "clear liquids only" policy for when pulling it out for a dinner party!
Timeless design and neutral colors mean this pillow could fit into virtually any design scheme. A pair would look so chic on a black linen settee.
Even Million Dollar Decorator Kathryrn M. Ireland has a crush on pink and orange. I love her Marrakech throw pillow shown here. It would be sweet to finish off a little girl's bed.
This is such a fun pattern! The simple color scheme and the ornate print would make for a fantastic headboard.
Bring a little bit of Morocco to the bedroom with this sheet set. It's the the small decorative details that really make a room, and I think that the carefully crafted pieces really make for a soothing rest space. Not to mention, your purchase benefits Moroccan craftsmen.
Who wouldn't want a little Greek Isles inspiration in their own backyard? Cover your outdoor furniture in this sturdy fabric from Schumacher, and you'll feel transported in no time.
This is a lovely and unusual navy and white striped ticking from southwest France. It once covered a feather mattress and remains in beautiful, strong, condition. The classic colors of navy and white remain strong, but have some of the charm and patina of age.
This is a lovely and unusual navy and white striped ticking from southwest France. It once covered a feather mattress and remains in beautiful, strong, condition.
This is a really lovely piece of antique French ticking with beautiful and vivid stripes in dark blue and off-white in a classic south of France motif. Strong but softened by age, this cotton ticking has a twill weave and a smooth hand.
Moroccan wedding blankets are stunning works of art, and incorporating that unique detail and style in the form of a throw pillow is the perfect nod towards the style in a modern living room.
Timeless suzani only gets better with age, and it's the classic choice for throwing on your sofa to give it a new lease on life (or hide that ice cream stain).
Two of my favorite patterns meet in this dynamic throw pillow: ikat and chevron! I love both so much that I've written ideabooks about each, so I cannot resist it.
This gorgeous throw pillow adds exotic style with its intricate ikat pattern, but it's subtle, rich, and neutral color palette allows it to fit into a variety of design schemes.
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