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Aimee Lacalle - Brand Highlight

This morning Caitlin & I had the pleasure of spending an hour with Annie Veron from Aimee Lacalle as she showed us their latest collections and signature patterns. From fabrics, to wallpaper, to tile we saw the latest and the greatest (and the not yet released) from their Santa Fe headquarters and needless to say we are in love! It only felt appropriate to share the wealth and highlight a few of their stand out products with ya'll for our Monday blog post.

One of my favorite aspects about this company is that their designs are inspired by international travels and they have incorporated that throughout their branding to tell a beautiful story from around the world. Also, each pattern has a description on where the inspiration came from. I've said it before and I'll say it forever - it's all in the details for me! Keep reading to see some of my favorites from their collection!


So delicate and simple - I fell in love with this tile design! This is just one of many ceramic tile patterns that are hand stamped and custom made - perfect for a powder bath floor tile or a shower wall.


The navy & white patterns from the San Miguel Collection are SO fun! Perfect way to dip your toes into an interesting pattern while still keeping it safe with a timeless color duo. We could for sure see these beauties going up in an entry way, laundry room or master bedroom for that stand out design element.


Inspired by the Zia Native Americans who live in the mountains of New Mexico, comes this stunning line from the Santa Fe collection. Duvets, shams, drapery panels - they have it all! A really cool detail that Annie shared with us this morning is that they offer 3 different fabric weights to suit your needs & the placement of each of their designs. That's the bonus of going with a company that offers customization!


Nothing catches my eye more than a really rad abstract pattern. Toss in a neutral color palette and I'm hooked. This design from the Santa Fe collection could have endless uses - I'm thinking perhaps a dining room banquette bench cushion or a custom curved sofa or even just a ripped edge swatch in a white oak frame for an eye catching wall piece. However you use it, it's a show stopper and I'm all about it!

Do yourself a favor and head to to see the full scope of their products and tell us how you would use them in your home! Also, shout out to Annie for introducing us to this amazing company - we are so excited for future collaborations!




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