Bloomingdale’s launches three new homeware concepts
A shift in season outside often means an update or two inside as well. For spring 2021, Bloomingdale’s introduces three new homeware concepts; Palm Bay, Color Spectrum and Bohemian Dreamscape, offering curated selections of furniture, accessories and soft furnishings.
Capable of transporting one to a tropical paradise whilst at home, comes Palm Bay, a beach-chic, boho concept that wouldn’t look out of place on the shores of Bali. Think natural wicker accessories, rattan accent chairs, straw lampshades and macrame embroidered cushions or pouffes for touchable textures in every corner. An authentic, free-spirited feel for any space, made for modern living. The must-have items from the edit? Tribe’s bamboo drinks trolley and rattan armchair are real standout pieces making neutrals feel new again.
For those who wish to brighten up their surroundings for summer, Color Spectrum brings a celebration of energetic shades to areas in need. From Moroccan-inspired rugs and cushions, to relaxed throws trimmed with tassels, this selection feels fun, vibrant and as if collected from countries all over the world. Vivid, large feature vases in yellow and turquoise add a touch of pigment to shelving or tables and hippy-esque stitching on armchairs and pillows bring comfy spaces to life for the new season.
Somewhere between the serenity of Palm Bay and the glow of Color Spectrum lies the third concept, Bohemian Dreamscape; a warm but washed-out take on faded pastels and unpolished pieces for the home. Giving a rustic and raw edge to everyday items, this edit is imperfectly unrefined and refreshing. Oversized terracotta vases feel modern again and homely handcrafted crockery feels organic, raw and full of character for an interesting tablescape. Clashing cushion textures and throws in faded burnt oranges and warm reds complete any cozy sitting rooms for an authentic feel.
The three new homeware concepts are now available to shop online and in-store at Bloomingdale’s Home.