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Revamp Your Bedroom With Erica Tanov’s New Home Collection

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    If we had a penny for every time we dreamed that our favorite designer could come and revamp our pad, well, we'd be rolling in dough. Which is why we are practically jumping out of our boots over here at R29, because Erica Tanov, a.k.a. local design maven of all things effortlessly chic and artisanal, has come out with a collection of wares that extend far beyond our closets!

    In collaboration with local artist Emily Payne, Tanov has created four new prints that echo Payne’s original wire sculptures and book-cover collages — and it's all for the home. The collection showcases each print on hand-stitched cotton quilts, duvet covers, shams, Alpaca-wool throws, canvas shower curtains, napkins, and more.

    Of her inspiration for this new venture, Tanov explains: “Most people’s bedrooms are an afterthought, second to the living room or kitchen. A bedroom should be blissful, a space where you can feel relaxed and beautiful.” And with Tanov’s exquisite taste for elements both luxe and handcrafted, we would welcome her pieces in our crib any day!

    Photos: Courtesy of Erica Tanov/Erica Shires

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