Brand Spotlight: Travel Inspired Pillows- Staff Picks!

We are excited to be partnering with Memento Style, Marra Home, Loloi and Safavieh for gorgeous textiles, rugs and pillows to add to our customers Spruce Up.

Freshening up your space is as easy as adding some texture and color via pillows. It can take a room to the next level. At Spruce Up we like to encourage our customers to mix & match and go with combinations of patterns and colors that bring joy.

You don’t live in a showroom, let your personality shine through!

Register as a member of Spruce Up ( it’s free! ) and you then can shop this collection. 

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Memento Style –Memento pillow collections are true gems for your home. A hand picked selection of vintage, vibrant and neutral, with lots of texture and real authenticity. Take a look and you will see the attention to detail, design and the delight they bring to a room.

Loloi PillowsThirteen years ago, Loloi Rugs was a company with four employees, a small office in Dallas, Texas, and an idea. they believed that innovative design, an eye for detail, and a commitment to craft could produce truly distinctive products.

Marra Home- formerly Ara Collective- Ara Collectives Mission: “We believe every person deserves the opportunity to thrive. The vicious cycle of poverty strips away freedom and dignity, leaving marginalized communities silenced. By providing access to the global marketplace through this business, our partners are able to generate income, which leads to their ability to meet their families’ need for healthcare, education, safe homes and to gain a respected place in society.”

SafaviehSafavieh’s mission is to perpetuate the interior furnishings crafts – to lead with innovation while preserving centuries-old traditions in all categories: from antique reproductions, to transitional designs, to the most fashion-forward contemporary styles.

Uniquely You: Artful Eclectic

Artful Eclectic style calls out to dreamers, creative thinkers, travel enthusiasts, young-at-heart-ed old souls, and everyone in between with a story to tell and a home that reflects it.



Artful Eclectics bring the outside in. Live plants, natural light, and raw and woven wood provide a feeling of connection and tranquility that outdoorsy guys and gals vibe with. Creatives may find inspiration in the way nature produces intricate beauty with ease.



Vintage, thrifted, and flea market finds give Artful Eclectics the chance to learn the story behind a piece and make a personal connection with the items they surround themselves with. Memories made during travel, or even just a weekend out with friends can be kept in a woven basket or jewelry box that caught their eye while they were exploring.



Justina Blakenly, boho home designer extraordinaire believes that “beauty lies in contrast and diversity.” Creating a playful and cozy space through immersion in multiple colors, patterns, and textures may appeal to an Artful Eclectic for that reason.



Some Artful Eclectics achieve a feeling of whimsy through vibrant, busy interiors, while others keep tones muted and textured. The point is, free-spirited Artful Eclectics, if you dig it, do it.



Artful Eclectics may find joy in capturing beauty- literally through photography, or represented in their art, music, or writing. The idea of what is beautiful and meaningful often drives their design and decor choices. They find it worthwhile to give attention to small moments and objects that bring them happiness.



DIY and re-purposed decor that highlights elements of their passions is a great way Artful Eclectics remind themselves and pay tribute to what drives them. Vintage records or art made by a friend displayed on the wall, coasters made of slices from Christmas tree trunks over the years, fashion-driven bohemians may find inventive ways to organize and display their accessories.

Artful Eclectics immerse themselves in the colors that paint their picture. Expression of diversity within individuality is what makes their house a home.