Prabal Gurung has exquisite taste. The Nepal-born designer has dressed some of the world's most powerful women – from Michelle Obama to Vice President Kamal Harris – and while his stunning silhouette speaks for themselves, Gurung has never been short of words of the obstacles minorities face.
Since the early aughts, he has called for diversity and inclusion within the fashion industry – most recently penning an op-ed for CNN earlier this month regarding the anti-Asian sentiment happening across the United States.
Now, he has teamed up with Etsy to release a home decor line, tapping into the secret sauce of advocacy and design to co-create one-of-a-kind pieces from a global group of sellers.
'Our world is stronger when it’s colorful – literally and metaphorically,' says Gurung, and every piece in this line is representative of that.
1. Start with this bold ombré blue pillow
Prabal Gurung Creator Collab, Velvet Pillow starting at $131, at Etsy
An opulent, soft hand-painted silk/viscose velvet cushion cover in an ombre pale delphinium blue to deep midnight blue. So tactile and soft to the touch, you'll want to snuggle up to this cushion all day, every day.
2. Keep tableware timeless with this chic ceramic choice
Prabal Gurung Creator Collab - Stronger in Color Tableware starting at $70, at Etsy
Prabal Gurung knows we're stronger in color, so what better way to furnish your tablescapes than with these gorgeous green ceramic choices. Designed with vibrant green brushed texture, with true gold rim, shoppers can select from bowls, mugs, and plates.
3. Or go for a more elaborate ensemble
Prabal Gurung Creator Collab - Graffiti Rose Hand Painted Tableware with Gold Accent starting at $85, at Etsy
With a lively spring floral design and sparkling gold accent, each piece starts with a ball of raw porcelain, which is thrown on a potter's wheel, individually hand-painted, and dipped in a clear durable glaze and fired to 2,000 + °F. They are finally accented with a truly rich gold luster in a third firing.
4. Showcase candlers with this haute holder
Prabal Gurung Creator Collab - Candle Holder for $72.78, at Etsy
This handmade porcelain candle holder celebrates wanderlust and is meant to transform any room or daily routine into a joyful moment of self-expression.
5. Showcase plants with this perfectly printed pot
Prabal Gurung Creator Collab - Minimal, Pastel, 7.5" Plant Pot for $60, at Etsy
Created through Gurung's interpretation of wanderlust and celebration, this pot plays with soft pastels that are broken up by slim, overlapping black lines.
6. Elevate your home office by adding this personal touch
Prabal Gurung Creator Collab - Personalized Gold Hot Foil Notecards and Lined Envelopes starting at $40.76, at Etsy
Allow this beautiful set of personalized hot foil notecards and hand-lined envelopes to overtake your WFH-station. Most favorably, each item can be monogrammed with a single line of text or first letter initial to add your very own personal touch.
7. Top off tablescapes with this dreamy detail
Brittany Romano joins Future as their U.S. Shopping E-commerce Editor, residing on the Upper East Side in New York City. Originally hailing from Connecticut and a graduate of New England College, Brittany started her career as a fashion market assistant at Marie Claire, later joining 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; Brittany has maintained her penchant for the finer things in life.
If a genie granted Brittany one wish, it would be for Kelly Wearstler to bring her vision to life and transform her living space, but until then? You'll find Brittany continuously evolving her chilled-out sophisticated style, shifting her attention to eclectic pieces (with a hint of retro), grounded by a rich understanding of history, focused on functionality, luxury, and quirkiness.
Find her on Instagram @Rammmyyy
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