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Madeline Weinrib--the local leader in ikat--uses traditional, Asian hand-dyed fabric for her pillows. ($525; ABC Home, 888 Broadway, 6th fl.)
Even if it?s not your typical style, there?s no denying that boho is now a major home trend--and for good reason. Eclectic, globally inspired accents add warmth and charm to any space.
Here are a few simple ways to try the look.
Pillows For starters, there?s one name you must know: Madeline Weinrib. Her ikat pillows use traditional, Asian hand-dyed fabric and are hand-sewn right here in New York City ($525; ABC Home, 888 Broadway, 6th fl.). Other ikat options around town include Arhaus?s printed cotton style ($64; 410 W. 13th St.) and Haus Interior?s twill bolster ($75; 250 Elizabeth St.).
Blankets Pretty pleased with your current pillow situation? Consider a cozy, printed blanket. Our picks: Pendleton?s Iroquois-inspired wrap ($129; at ABC Home); a muted number from local online shop Leif ($148); or a rustic striped blanket like these from Dash & Albert ($74; A&G Merch, 111 N. Sixth St., Brooklyn).
Your living room just got a little more worldly.
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