Thomas Paul: New Nautical Pillows

Thomas Paul: New Nautical Collection

I’ve been waiting for Thomas Paul’s new pillows to come out ever since grace spotted them at the Gift Fair back in January. I love anything nautical especially when it includes a whale. The pillows are made of 100% jute. Perfect for summer houses or for anyone who loves the sea. Check out my related posts links for many more nautical inspired home accessories.

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  1. Allow me to introduce to you the inaugural 2009/2010 Pillow Line of FJS—a collection that is as dynamic as it is versatile.

    Each side of the 36 pillows bears a an original statement print. It’s like getting two pillows in one.

    After twenty years of creating original artwork for the fashion and home interior markets, I was ready to launch my own collection. For this range I was inspired by everything from classic Americana to Flea Markets. Nauticals re-imagined, Earthy Batiks with an urban edge and Ikats mixed with almost abstract Florals that have a painterly feel.

    I love to rework classic images whether it’s infusing them with unexpected color or blowing up the scale out of proportion and pairing them with a contrasting print. For this collection, I’ve taken the iconic images of my life and I’ve twisted them around a bit and turned them into pillows. Those stunning delicate handkerchiefs in my grandmother’s top drawer? Pillows. The batiks I wore in seventh grade? They’ve been urbanized. It goes on from there…

    All the pillows are hand sewn and hand printed on a fabrication that feels like a cross between a silk twill and a cool, crisp, cotton shirt. And everything is machine washable.

    The size of the pillows are 22″ square and and all of the designs come with a feather / down insert and if you like, synthetic inserts are available. For pricing please do not hesitate to contact me at Francis@FJSpillows.com.

    I hope you enjoy this collection as much as I have designing it.

    All The Best,

    Francis Spitta

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  2. Thanks so much for the link on the pillows. We love them too and are eagerly awaiting our first stock of them to hit our shelves. I really think that the nautical theme will start to get bigger and bigger through the summer.My fave is the large ship. His new sealife pillows and plates from last year have sold like crazyt too. Thomas always seems to hit it right on the head. Thanks again and if you are on twitter, say hello at SeattleVelocity

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  3. All blogger accounts that publish via ftp were down this morning and afternoon.

    I just posted two posts that were set to publish this morning.

    Sorry guys.

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  4. Sorry guys blogger is broken. Don't know when they will have it fixed. Stay tuned for posts…

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  5. I discovered your blog today as I hunted for wicker chairs. Google can lead you to wonderful new places! I adore your blog and admire your eye for design. Your personal photography work is also fabulous!

    Scrolling through your blog It seems like you are into folk art. I recommend you check out http://www.sanna-annukka.com/ Think you will really dig her work.

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  6. These are great Katy, really fun; if it is nautical, odds are we'll like it!
    tp

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  7. i really enjoy reading your blog…always new things to see that you don't find on other blogs.

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