When Shay Spaniola started bunglo in 2013, she blended her experience working at Anthropologie with global influences from her travels to create a collection of designs that range from vivid and striking to subtle and geometric. bunglo’s newest patterns are bright, bold, and full of color. I recently selected a few of my favorites, mostly deep pinks and cool oranges, to usher in the warm-weather months. I chose larger scale patterns to better feel the splashes of watercolor, and let the beautiful color gradients echo in the all-white bedroom.
bunglo was founded on the notion of creating inviting, peaceful environments that are layered with eclectic accents. After placing the pillows in my home, I found that they brought both energy and cohesion to the room while looking especially striking against the trees outside. The patterns range in colors anywhere from green to pink, and they complement each other to create a beautiful set.
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