This season, Hunter Bell is bringing fashion to the table! Known for her punchy prints, stylish silhouettes, and dreamy dresses, the fashion designer has gone back to her roots (she studied interior design in college) to bring her beloved sophisticated style to table linens.
Featuring everything from tablecloths to placemats, Bell has even linked forces with chef Marcia Smart for an apron collaboration that makes using the best non-stick frying pans pans a stylish occasion.
Paying homage to Bell's love for the Lone Star State, where she now resides, the collection includes a floral patchwork print – full of vivid shades and whimsical shapes – as well as a western blue and western red print for a more monochrome look.
4 Hunter Bell-approved items to try
The idea behind the collection was simple: something for everyone to love, whether as a standalone or paired together. And, these are four ways Hunter Bell's vision comes to life.
1. Starting with this apron
Printed Apron for $150, at Hunter Bell NYC
You can't use the best stand mixer without investing in the proper apron, and this apron is the perfect accessory to join you in the kitchen. Inspired by feelings of home and tradition, this choice is trimmed with a contrasting color and adjustable D-ring closure with open self-ties at the waist.
2. Dressing tablescapes with this pretty piece
Printed Tablecloth for $165, at Hunter Bell NYC
A tribute to the lone star state, Hunter Bell's fall collection was a nod to feelings of home and tradition, and this tablecloth will achieve both. Dress your table with our matching placemats and napkins for a mono-pattern chicness. Excellent for dinner parties or when brought outdoors next to the best outdoor furniture, all three variations are exceptional.
3. Adding in some accessories
Printed Napkin for $48, at Hunter Bell NYC
Accessorize your tabletops by pairing your printed tablecloth with these matching napkins for the perfect pop of color. Available in blue Western Willow, red Western Willow, and Multi Patchwork prints, any of the three selections will sizzle in style.
4. Finishing off with these bold placemats
Printed Placemats for $58, at Hunter Bell NYC
Protect your tables and keep them polished as ever by setting this perfect placemat down ahead of time. Available in the three variations, it's best to style them with the previously mentioned napkin and tablecloth for a complete Western-inspired appearance.
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Brittany Romano wrote for Homes & Gardens as a U.S. Shopping Editor. A graduate of New England College, Brittany started her career as a freelance fashion market assistant at Marie Claire. She later joined AMI, where she designed a highly profitable commerce vertical. Noted for her award-winning content, she's covered everything from celebrity beauty hacks to the most lavish home decor.
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