Designer's Notebook - from Founder Anki Spets


May, 17

This season we’re introducing three new linen lines, each woven in a distinct way. I thought it would be nice to break down the differences between them beyond just the colors. The way that a fabric is woven not only affects visual patterns, but can drastically alter the way it feels and drapes. The first is the updated SIMONE, a...


Recently, there has been a lot of debate about whether or not to use a top sheet. Statistically, more people these days are choosing to forego a top sheet than ever before. For those opting out, the reasons include: comfort and convenience top sheets get bunched up at the bottom of the bed, they are an extra hassle they might make...


AREA bedding lasts a long time, but it’s life can be extended even more by caring for it correctly.   PREPThe first thing to do is spot clean each item before running it through a wash cycle. Once a stain has been heat set, there is no chance of removing it from the fabric. Oil stains from skin care products...


When it comes to our wool blankets and clothing, we prefer baby alpaca over other types of wool. The term "Baby Alpaca" refers to the grading of the fineness of the fiber. It’s the softest part of an adult Alpaca (usually the chest), not the age of the animal. Why we choose baby alpaca.  Alpaca fleece is soft and silky. It is lighter...


it's that time of year when you cannot have enough blankets. it's hard to pick favorites, but this season's best 3 are ELLIOT, WILLIAM and OLIVER. ELLIOT Our most elegant blanket, ELLIOT is refined, super-soft and lightweight yet still warm. The color combinations are sublime - a dyed color mixed with original shades of the fiber. Available in six colors,...



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