Gift Guide By Color : Natural

Gift Guide By Color : Rose

Feeling Blue?

Shop our selection of indigo hued dinnerware, linens, ceramics and games to cheer you up!

Shop BLUE

Black Stuff

There's plenty to pick from, because you know we LOVE black!

Shop the BLACKSTUFF collection HERE

Wood Toys, Tools & Objects

Time to Unplug!

Don't forget to look away from the screen sometimes.

Check out some of our beautifully crafted analog gifts for the luddite in your life!

Opalescent and Opal Hues are the newest in color!

pastel pinks, corals, blues, and aquas with creme all swirled together like the stones reinvent conventional patterns.

Golden Goodies

Being a natural magpie, I'm attracted to all golden things, but as you can see by the selection here, they're not super shiny. Each piece has a soft patina be it in solid gold, brass or bronze.

Shop Golden

Design Talks By MV

DESIGN TALK ROUNDTABLE | A Boomer, A Gen X & a Millennial Walk Into a Digital Room

DESIGN TALK ROUNDTABLE | A Boomer, A Gen X & a Millennial Walk Into a Digital Room

Meet the experts! These design industry leaders will discuss their strategies for growing followers, audiences, and readerships that translate to valuable, real life community. Join Us Feb 5th 6-8pm 27 Howard St. SoHo NYC. RSVP To erp@emilyraepellerin.com

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Michele Varian Designed Products are part of CB2 spring collection!

Michele Varian Designed Products are part of CB2 spring collection!

We're so excited to share.. We teamed up with CB2 to bring you new, accessible, designs! Available exclusively at CB2   CIRCLES SILK PILLOW Black, white and grey geometric pattern of half circles reads like watercolor in style and technique. Design is retro in spirit but luxe silk elevates pillow to...

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Featured In : New York Social Diary

Featured In : New York Social Diary

Friday, December 7, 2018 Michele Varian Designer Michele Varian opened her first store in SoHo very shortly after 9/11 when she had money burning in her pocket from the sale of her gorgeous pillows to big name stores like Barneys and Neiman Marcus. Ultimately, she says, it was because she wanted complete...

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