Blissingliving looks to Argentina
August 5, 2011,
"We've borrowed tints from colonial mansions, terracotta and sandstone, mineral hues, slate-green river rocks, and vast, blue sky. Bold strokes of Buenos Aires' internationally renowned graffiti artists partner with craft-inspired construction," says Mei Xu, creator and ceo of Blissliving Home.
Their Evita duvet set employs a graphic lace motif in shades of golf, olive and slate. The Recoleta duvet set features bold-patterned stripes. Both have coordinating shower curtains and their Tango Lace cotton sheets are hued in glacial ice with a generous antique gold flounce. The Paulo Coverlet is a hand pick-stitched grid of dark olive velvet, contrasted by hand sewn moss cross-stitches.
The Argentine theme is carried through a variety of decorative pillows as well as table linens and kitchen textiles.
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