We are really thrilled to welcome the beautiful Thread Design to cravehome. Luxurious linens and timeless patterns come together to create a sumptuous sanctuary, right where you need it most - your bedroom. Read on to discover more about Sarah and Katie, founders of Thread Design.
Exclusively created for Thread Design, the newly released and wildly popular Attenborough collection, named in honour of the awesome David Attenborough, features a Kowhai flower tucked in among the succulents and cacti.
"We wanted to create something fresh and fun with a botanical theme, with a hint of native New Zealand, and we worked with a local textile designer to achieve this".
These Oxford Linen Pillowcases are 100% linen, with a 300 thread count, and come in ten beautiful colours. The beauty of the base colour collection, is that they mix and match with each piece of the Thread Design printed collections.
Sarah and Katie have known each other since they were three, and were working together in a hunting lodge in the Scottish Highlands making beds, when they came up with the concept of making more modern bedlinen. "We had totally fallen in love with the Designers Guild store in London but when we came back to New Zealand, felt there was a gap in the market. So we went for it".
Nearly all of Thread Design's collection is made in New Zealand. "We feel it's really important to support New Zealand manufacturing from an environmental, ethical and economic perspective - and being closer to the product gives us a lot more control over the quality of the product".
And what does the future hold for Thread Design? "There are always new ideas in the pipeline and it is exciting seeing these come to life. This is what keeps us going".
We are so thrilled to introduce you all to Thread Design. If you've got a bedroom in need of a luxe winter makeover, look no further! The entire collection has been designed to work together, so whatever design you choose, we'll be able to help you create a co-ordinated and thoughtful look that's entirely your own.