From a purveyor of luxury linens to a designer’s new pillow line, here’s what’s catching our eye across Texas right now.
Tribute Goods was born in 2013 out of Karen Pulaski’s desire to share a love of art and beauty with others. She delivered in spades, with swoonworthy luxury linens manufactured in Italy that feature fine art commissioned exclusively for each collection. Pulaski—who recently designed several embroidery collections for Windsor Smith’s The New Homefront launch—has since expanded her exquisite offerings to also include Liz Marsh Designs lamps, vintage Hermès silk scarf pillows, hand-loomed cashmere throws made exclusively for Tribute Goods in Nepal, Mark Gagnon urns, the L’Objet Haas Brothers collection and much more. tributegoods.com
JANET GUST COLLECTION
Houston designer Janet Gust has launched a line of accent pillows as eye-catching as her interior spaces, each meticulously designed and hand-stitched to become treasured possessions. Among Gust’s growing number of designs, the Designer Pillow collection features options made using cast-off fabrics brought back to life in unexpected colorful combinations, while her Minimalist pillows feature fabrics layered simplistically in homage to the designer’s affinity for abstract art. janetgust.com
ACORN & OAK
As an interior designer, expert thinker on adaptive living and mother of children with special needs, Dallas-based Shelly Rosenberg believes everyone should have access to an inclusive environment. With that in mind, she founded Acorn & Oak as part of her mission to address the health of the home and provide families with a truly supportive refuge. Wares include grade-A cashmere throws, healthy-living mattress pads, organic weighted blankets scaled down to lap- and travel-size versions, and more. acornandoak.com