Sink Into These Bay Area-Based Collections Delivering Soft Goods


From pillows to textiles, these new collections by San Francisco design pros are the perfect way to up your home’s cozy factor.

Modern Perennial Upholds Sustainability Values


Textured throw pillow with vertical pink, black and navy stripes by Modern Perennial

Beth Miles, whose sustainable brand Grange Home is headquartered in San Francisco, and Palm Springs-based fashion designer Trina Turk have started a line of pillows, called Modern Perennial. “I approached Trina with the idea that I could take Trina Turk’s textile overages and create a collaborative home assortment,” Miles recalls. “And as luck would have it, they had recently been considering what to do with their vast archive.” According to Turk, “These fabrics are signature prints exclusive to Trina Turk, along with many custom jacquards woven by top European mills.” The pillows also incorporate deadstock material, trims and regenerative fibers used in Miles’ work. Limited-run designs, available on the Grange Home website and at the Trina Turk flagship boutique in Palm Springs, will be released on a continuing basis.

Shirley Robinson Textiles Offers A Luxe Way To Relax


Textured blue blanket draped over the back of a white sofa by Shirley Robinson Textiles

For her foray into textiles, San Francisco interior designer Shirley Robinson has created a range composed of cashmere and camel’s hair that is represented by Kneedler Fauchère. Its 12 weave patterns are hand-spun in Nepal, in up to 12 colors per weave made with organic dyes, and are “intended for upholstery, blankets and pillow coverings,” she says. Custom hues are also an option for the 100% cashmere weaves. “This collection has taken me over four years to develop and curate,” Robinson adds. “I am very excited to offer a luxurious product that is modern yet timeless.”