Best of the West
Rattlesnakes and tumbleweeds aren't your typical home-decor references, but Coral & Tusk's designer Stephanie Housley pulls it off with panache. For her latest textile collection, the designer (who splits her time between Brooklyn, New York and Bondurant, Wyoming) created embroidered linen goods with fanciful depictions of desert natives - flowering agaves, blooming barrel cactus, and curious armadillos that cavort across cocktail napkins, tea towels and pillows. Housley immersed herself in the study of the Southwest flora and fauna to produce the hand-drawn illustrations that serve as the basis for the intricately stitched designs.
Style Sheet featuring Coral & Tusk Tailored
"Coral & Tusk's new Tailored collection brings the label's popular designs, including the colorful Garden and geormetric Partridge Eye, to Eastern-inspired minimalist skirts, jackets, and tops."
Call of the Wild
Coral & Tusk pillows featured in Adirondack compound designed by Anthony Baratta.
"Make your wedding cake even sweeter with a topper that feels uniquely you. These figurines are big on charm and will remain keepsakes long after the last crumbs are gone."
Featuring our Woodland Love Caketopper.
Sunset Orange color story featuring our Tumbleweed Vermilion fabric, framed in upper left corner.
Eye Catching Accessories
Featuring our Crossed Arrows Tea Towel
Coral & Tusk
"Coral & Tusk's Big Sur collection includes linen cocktail napkins, tea towels, pillows, stationary and table runners embroidered with coastal creatures like sea turtles, sea otters, sea lions and hermit crabs. Last year, the company donated 10 percent of the collection's proceeds to Ocean Conservancy."
Coral & Tusk embroidered Masks featured in Wall Street Journal Off Duty, Hostess Gift Guide.
The Wild Things
Bring spring's buzzy energy indoors by accessorizing your tabletop - and yourself! - with the darlings of the gilded, rainbow-hued menagerie.
15. Bugs Cocktail Napkins, Embroidered linen. $88 for set of four. coralandtusk.com