| Kim Cook |
THIS season, designers and retailers are stitching up sweater motifs on an array of home decor, so you can grace your space with a dollop of knitted comfort.
In the United States, there are lots of stores offering sweater-themed items.
Wayfair’s got One Bella Casa’s My Christmas sweater pillow and Rizzy Home’s cable-knit pillow.
NoYo Home’s slipcovered headboard comes in a turquoise and white knit photoprint, like a sweater for your bed.
Lauren Weege’s Fair Isle and caramel cable-knit vase covers are snug and stylish.
Deny Designs Betsy Olmsted Acid Knit rug, printed with a vibrant and unexpected knitted motif. Photo provided by Wayfair.com. PHOTOS: AP
Noyo Home’s slipcovered headboard that features a clever trompe l’oeil knit pattern in turquoise poly blend fabric. Photo provided by Wayfair.com
Two sweater vases by Lauren Weege. Photo provided by Laurenmary Design
A knit texture turns MollaSpace’s porcelain Sweater Cup and Saucer into a cozy holder for afternoon tea. Photo provided by Wayfair.com
Mollaspace takes the knit motif and turns it into a ceramic mug.
Crate & Barrel’s Bowen table lamp also features a ceramic knit pattern.
Anthropologie’s got a collection of ceramics printed with knitwear patterns, including bowls and bakeware.
Sweater-knit wool rugs are in West Elm’s fall collection. Betsy Olmsted’s Acid Knit rug for Deny Designs prints a knit pattern in psychedelic hues on a flatweave rug.
British designer Naomi Paul’s pendant lights are clad in crocheted cotton to balance modernity and homespun charm. (AP)