Blissingliving looks to Argentina

Retail Editor 2, Retail Editor 5, August 5, 2011

Rockville, Md. - Argentina provides the inspiration for Blissliving Home's latest collection, which will be shown during the upcoming New York International Gift Fair.
"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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