As an avid collector of all things tabletop, I am always on the lookout for new pieces to add to my collection. Block-printed textiles are at the top of that list, so I was thrilled when the owner of Indigo by Boutin reached out to me and asked if I would collaborate on a few table designs as part of the brand’s relaunch. Indigo by Boutin is a collection of beautiful block-printed linens and unique home goods sourced from around the world.
I was immediately drawn to the vibrant colors of The Dakota Tablecloth in fuchsia and the Rouen Napkins in pink. I can’t get over the pretty floral design featuring pink and green – one of my favorite color combinations lately! I created three different tables featuring these pieces. Don’t be afraid to mix prints in the same color family. Sticking with similar colors will create a more layered look that’s still cohesive.
Make sure to check out Indigo By Boutin for The Dakota Tablecloth and Rouen Napkins, plus so much more! Cheers!
Napkins (also used as placemats)// Placemats// Plates// Napkin Rings// Glasses // Cabbage Bowl// Flatware
Tablecloth// Placemats// Napkins// Plates// Flatware// Glasses// Candlesticks //Rattan Vase
Tablecloth// Napkins// Placemats// White Plates// Cabbage Plates// Flatware// Wine Glasses// Tulip Glasses// Rattan Vase
Thank you to Indigo by Boutin for partnering on this post!
One thought on “Indigo by Boutin”
You grandma would have approved of the Portuguese pottery. She had some of those leaf plates.