Summer Style Refresh with Janet Kain

I have been familiar with Janet Kain For the Home since I ordered one of their beautiful throws as a hostess gift when I visited a friend over a year ago. Janet Kain, who attended the New York School of Interior Design founded her company several years ago when she realized that the market was missing something– a line of beautiful, handmade throw pillows in designer fabrics with the Palm Beach meets Park Avenue attitude that she wasn’t able to find in New York– think “Urban Coastal” as Janet likes to describe it. The beauty of Janet Kain’s pillows is that they are generously sized– usually 22″ squares and come with down inserts and the designer fabric on both sides. Even better is the fact that Janet Kain’s site is beautifully merchandised by style/color which takes the guesswork out of finding patterns and colors to pair together. The company eventually expanded beyond pillows and they now carry a chic assortment of throws and trays to complete any room. I was thrilled when the lovely team at Janet Kain offered to send me a few pieces for a little summer refresh around my house. Do you all change up your decor from one season to the next? I like to make little changes, mostly through accessories, so this was right up my alley!



{I used Janet Kain’s sumptuous Natural and Cream Greek Key Throw in my formal living room where the neutral colors fit the color scheme beautifully! If you’ve read LDV long enough, then chances are that you know how much I love Greek Key. It is my favorite classic design motif and I love the modern interpretation in this soft cotton throw. While it isn’t exactly cool in Houston during the summer, I am always cold while we watch TV in the evenings, so I have been getting very good use out of this throw and the soft cotton keeps it from being too warm. It’s just right!}

janet kain quadrille

 {In the guest bedroom, I currently have Biscuit’s Katie Bedding and I’ve found that a tiny black and white swiss dot print is basically a neutral, so I wanted to bring in some fun, colorful pillows that would really beckon summer into the room. The headboard is navy, so I opted for a pair of pillows in Quadrille’s Periwinkle Nitik pattern. I love the scale of the pattern and find that it complements the swiss dots and big Greek Key lumbar pillow rather well. The look evokes a bit of a Santorini vibe now.}

If you are currently in the market for new, high-quality designer pillows or throws, you should definitely check out Janet Kain. They have so many chic patterns, that it is impossible to go wrong! These are just a few of my favorite patterns from Janet Kain:








{1.White Aruba Pillow | 2. Navy Greek Key Throw | 3. Blue Bali Hai Pillow | 4. Blue Belgian Linen Batik Pillow | 5. Imperial Blue Honeycomb Pillow | 6. Navy and Natural Reversible Trestle Throw | 7. Navy Mustique Pillow | 8. Blue Moroc Pillow | 9. Aqua Volpi Pillow | 10. Turquoise Paradise Pillow | 11. Aqua Sevilla Damask Pillow  | 12. Blue Persepolis Pillow | 13. Yellow Leopard Pillow | 14. Terracotta Mustard Kazak Pillow | 15. Celadon Bullseye Pillow | 16. Red Arbre de Matisse Pillow | 17. Creme Veneto Pillow | 18. Cognac Leather Tray | 19. Sand Pom Pom Throw | 20. Tan Agua Pillow | 21. Brown Lyford Pillow | 22. Ivory Aga Pillow | 23. Brown Ziggurat Pillow | 24. Bark Kruger Pillow}


{This post is sponsored by Janet Kain for the Home. All opinions are genuinely my own.}

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  1. Paloma this is such a sumptuous line, the fabrics and patterns are wonderful. I am off to look at Janet’s site right now!

    The Arts by Karena

  2. Where did you fine the large, possibly faux, tortoise shell on your wall? Been searching for one this size. Thanks for information, great blog,

  3. I would like to know about the tortoise shell hanging on the wall behind the chair with the Greek key throw.
    Lisa Guidry

  4. I can sew any pillow slipcover whatever it maybe without a pattern I learned how to sew when I got my first singer at 22 years old and would never give up sewing my therapy !!!!