Area Night Navy duvets & shams

Area Night Navy duvets & shams

Area's new fall collection includes some really incredible duvets, shams, and bed accessories. The Night Navy and Day White lines create an amazing calming aesthetic with their beautiful simplicity, but they are not too simple, oh no. The woven pattern adds just enough character to the pieces without going overboard.

  • Upper playground’s Tofu Gamer Pillow is without question a historical marker for gamer aficionados everywhere. Remember one of Nintendo’s first controllers? I recently read (correct me if I am wrong) that this controller was perha... Upper playground’s Tofu Gamer Pillow is without question a historical marker for gamer aficionados everywhere. Remember one of Nintendo’s first controllers? I recently read (correct me if I am wrong) that this controller was perhaps the first to feature the configuration of “hold with two hands and control with your thumbs” design which is still standard today. What a defining moment in the history of gaming! And now, the evolution of the gamer control is forever documented on an upper playground pillow.

  • I’ll admit to being a TV watcher, and I’ll proudly admit to loving/needing the kstudio Remote Control Pocket Pillow. I actually see some longevity in Shelly Klein’s Remote Control Pocket Pillow because 1.) It is a quirky yet pract... I’ll admit to being a TV watcher, and I’ll proudly admit to loving/needing the kstudio Remote Control Pocket Pillow. I actually see some longevity in Shelly Klein’s Remote Control Pocket Pillow because 1.) It is a quirky yet practical accessory for my sofa and TV watching practices, and 2.) I hypothesize that several years from now it will be a historic recollection to the days when people actually used remote controls (I foresee technology advancing to a touchless or voice activated remote in the future…maybe even a blink based approach to channel surfing).

  • If there was a king of color inspiration, I think Thomas Paul might be it. I was playing with some colored paper last night, trying to find a combination of tones that tickled my fancy, but I struggled. Oh yes, I struggled. Today ... If there was a king of color inspiration, I think Thomas Paul might be it. I was playing with some colored paper last night, trying to find a combination of tones that tickled my fancy, but I struggled. Oh yes, I struggled. Today I realize I should have used Thomas Paul’s pillows as a resource, duh! In looking at how he puts various shades of moss, aqua, or corn together forces an “Aha! Why couldn’t I think of that?!” moment out of me. The newest source of color motivation: his Flock silk twill pillow in an array of innovative tones.

  • Unison has just added a few new pillow color options to their Track, Martin, and Roll lines that take on a more natural, neutral tone (khaki, graphite and stone). I have always been very partial to pillows that are not your typica... Unison has just added a few new pillow color options to their Track, Martin, and Roll lines that take on a more natural, neutral tone (khaki, graphite and stone). I have always been very partial to pillows that are not your typical size or shape. The only tricky part in using lots of different sized pillows is keeping the pillow pile simple and not overly cluttered. Thank goodness Robert Segal and Alicia Rosauer are minimalists at heart and have created pillows that help to tackle this headache.