Given that we're all spending a lot more time at home these days, now is the ideal moment to do a bedroom refresh to keep things, well, fresh. If you feel so inclined, start with your bedding — we're super into Block Shop's first-ever bedding line.
The Los Angeles–based textile brand has long worked with artisans and craftspeople from Jaipur, India on its rugs, scarves, table linens, robes, and pillows, and it's continued to do so with this recent launch.
The collection comprises king- and queen-size (reversible!) duvet covers, standard shams, lumbar pillows, and a quilt, all made from Irish linen that's batch-dyed and hand-block printed with patterns inspired by Downtown L.A., Joshua Tree, and Jaipur — the three home bases of Block Shop cofounders, sisters Hopie and Lily Stockman. There are four main colors in the line: cornflower, azalea, sage, and natural flax.
Shop some of our favorites from the collection below, and check out the full line here.
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