I’m so excited to share about partnering with Bloomingdale’s to show you their new 6th and 7th home floors at their 59th street location in Manhattan! From beautiful furniture and rugs, to chic dinnerware, bedding and decor, there’s interior inspiration around every corner. I started on the 6th floor where their display of furniture, mattresses, rugs, towels and bedding were, and wandered around getting so much inspiration for our new home. I’ve been eyeing up Coyuchi bedding for awhile now and Bloomingdale’s had an entire section full of their products to choose from. Their furniture selections also stood out to me with all of the different fabric options, from cozy velvet chairs to buttery soft leather sofas, they have everything I would need to decorate our space!
After I looked around the 6th floor which, might I add, is so easy to navigate and find your way around, I took the escalator up to the 7th floor where their tabletop, registry and giftables are located. Every display was so beautifully curated, I wanted to buy everything I saw. All of their dinnerware had me dreaming of cozy dinner parties by the fireplace at our new home. Then I came across their spring collections and was imagining dinner parties moved outside in the warm weather! There were so many options to choose from for different occasions.
I ended up buying 2 beautiful Coyuchi pieces from their 6th floor that I couldn’t pass up. The prettiest mint colored organic cotton robe and a beautiful organic throw blanket for our bed. One of the many reasons I love Coyuchi is that they only sell organic cotton products for your home, and they also have a subscription option where you subscribe and receive new organic cotton towels, sheets, duvets and so on every 6, 12 or 24 months (you choose). When they send you your new linens in the mail, you send them your old linens in the same box, then they recycle, upcycle or renew them so that the textiles don’t end up in landfills (there are 10 million tons of textile waste every year). I never know what to do with old sheets and towels, so I love this option!
Make sure to stop by Bloomingdale’s new 6th and 7th floors at their 59th street location if you’re looking to decorate, redecorate, or find interior design inspiration for your home!