Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Williamson Collection by Rebecca Atwood

 photos by Emily Johnston

Drawing on a transitional spring palette of blue-green, tangerine and sun-bleached neutrals, Rebecca Atwood's textiles for the new season are simply dreamy. Named the Williamson Collection, the pillows feature Shibori dyed fabrics, hand painted stripes and white pigment prints on natural linen.

Pillows are made in New York and range in price from $150 to $300, but the steep price is justified by all that dyeing, printing and painting painstakingly done by hand. Best of all, for those of us in the habit of eating ice cream on the couch, they're machine washable! Not that I'm admitting to anything.

You can shop the collection here.


  1. Wow these are beautiful! They'd look so nice on my couch! Maybe it's time for a bit of a splurge...

  2. Ok, now I need some new pillows!

  3. Ha ha, I love cushions with interesting designs and patterns but yeah you're right you have to watch what you're eating on the couch! The price is high, but as you mentioned it's what you have to pay items made by hand.

  4. That orange and gray pattern is so gorgeous!!! I want them all!


    PS: I hope you can stop by my event on Saturday with M.M. Lafleur!! It would be awesome to see you soon!!