plume textiles

As much as I love stripes and dots, lately I’ve found myself drawn to more subdued patterns. I typically go for the boldest print I can find, but after falling head over heels for Diva’s delicately dotted napkins, I’ve been gravitating toward prints and patterns with subtle applications and softer color palettes.

These napkins and pillows are from Elizabeth at Plume Textiles. She started her line almost a year ago with just pillows, and now she’s expanded to include tabletop designs. I really love her soft, sketchy herringbone print that feels subtle enough to not distract in a room, but interesting enough to add a bit of extra detail to a table or sofa. Her color palette stays in a comfortable, neutral range of linens, grays, soft blues and yellows — something we’re seeing more of from tabletop designers. I’m really excited that textile designers are playing with softer palettes and embracing less “in your face” colors this season. If you’re interested in picking up one of Elizabeth’s pillows ($85) or napkin sets ($25), click here to check out her full Etsy shop. xo, grace

  1. these are gorgeous…love the pattern and the subtle and chic..thanks for sharing, stop by my blog to see the post on a luxurious destination, when you have a moment! xx meenal

  2. Santa Martin says:

    Just lovely- I can almost picture some of the napkin prints framed and on the wall.

  3. elizabeth says:

    Well you sure know how to make a girl’s day. Thank you all for the kind words!

  4. Eleni says:

    They somehow look pretty embossed, don’t they? I love that kind of illusion!
    xo, Eleni

  5. alissa says:

    Love these – so gorgeous – and classic!

  6. danielle says:

    gorgeous. love how the pillows look like a almost like a nice tweed.

  7. patience says:

    i like how you used the word “sketchy” – it’s the perfect description.

  8. caroline says:

    so pretty. I love the subtle chevron striped pillows.


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