Whether designing a tunic or tablecloth, Erica Tanov has our rapt attention. Now celebrating the 25th anniversary of her fashion label, Berkeley’s ambassador of bohemian chic has expanded her home line and started offering it online. Here are some standouts, including a textile pattern so evocative of spring, it practically chirps.
Erica Tanov Goes Floral
Above: Tanov finds her textile patterns in inspired places, such as bookend papers and Chinese embroidery. The latter is the source of her almost-sensorama Lovebird pattern, originally created for clothing and just reintroduced as a home collection. The printed cotton Lovebird Duvet Cover is made in India and comes in twin, queen, and king sizes, starting at $299. Lovebird Pillowcases, $72 for a pair, are currently sold out, but more will be available online soon. Photograph by Ngoc Minh Ngo.
Above: A set of four 20-by-20-inch Lovebird Napkins is $74.
Erica Tanov Classics
Above: A carved rosewood Olive Canoe is $24.
Above: A cotton terry Turkish Towel is $18 for the hand towel size and $38 for the bath size.
Above: The Slate Circle Star Quilt is on sale in baby size for $101 (marked down from $202) and king size for $226.50 (marked down from $453).
Above: The Organic Cotton Cami PJ Set is $158. Learn more about the Erica Tanov look in our posts:
- Patterns, Prints, and Color: Erica Tanov Explains How to Have It All
- The Ultimate California Romantic
- Bohemian Luxury in Marin
- DIY: Ikebana Arrangement with Magnolias