The Textile Obsession Continues...

When I met Ali, who travels direct to Morocco and brings back / imports the most amazing rugs, I knew I wanted them for the showroom. Beni Ourain rugs are quite possibly one of my favorite style of textiles, but in the past year Ali also introduced me to Rag Rugs, Azilal Rugs, Moroccan Kilim rugs … and so my obsession has grown. We are excited to carry a huge array in the showroom like this stunner…. Moroccan Azilal Rug Textiles & rugs are like a fine wine, and grow more beautiful in my opinion with age… Their slight imperfections are signs of their history, the stories they could tell! I like to imagine what home they were in? Were they passed down generations? Who made them? A rug lik

New This Week

One of my favorite parts about being shop stylist at Mignonne Decor is seeing all the new vintage items that are brought in weekly. The shop floor is constantly being replenished with new furniture and decor items, and it is so easy to be inspired by the ever changing inventory. So, with that said, I am happy to present a new bimonthly blog post where we will be featuring all the new items that arrive throughout the weeks (every other Sunday) right here on the blog. Currently, we are seeing some sweet pops of color for the upcoming spring season. You can find all these items on the site! Items: left to right, top to bottom Yellow Captains Chair Italian Glass Decanter Hudson Bay Blanket Chair

The Magic of MudCloth

I don’t think I will ever get over wanting to own one of every beautiful textile I lay my eyes on. It’s an obsession I know I share with many others, and I just can’t get enough. At home, I am constantly rotating out my treasured textile finds, be it my antique quilts layered on my bed, or a new run of accent pillows I make for my couch, or my napkin drawer that is stuffed to the gills of various vintage sets I use for dinner parties, because paper is not my thing. Recently I have fell in love all over again with Mudcloths. I don’t ever completely fall out of love with a textile, I do sometimes though, feel like a look gets saturated in the market, and I see too much of it that I have to