SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Along with crisp air and turning leaves, the changing season brings with it the second collection of the method + Rebecca Atwood collaboration. The line features four fall-inspired fragrances and patterns, created with the Brooklyn-based designer's celebrated painterly style. Spanning a variety of method products, this collection brings the rich colors and scents of autumn into homes—along with a sophisticated, designer touch—at an accessible price.
The limited-edition collection includes:
- pink persimmon—a cheery coral and plum stripe pattern with notes of rich fall fruits, persimmon and fig; available in gel hand wash, foaming hand wash, dish soap + all-purpose cleaner
- blue sage—a swirling marble pattern of sea foam, pale jade + storm blue with notes of juniper, cypress and sage; available in gel hand wash + foaming hand wash
- pumpkin clove—a floral vine pattern inspired by harvest season, fall cooking and farmer's market bounty with notes of fall's favorite cooking spices; available in gel hand wash + foaming hand wash
- wild violet—an abstract floral that evokes fragrant violet blooming in the wilderness; available in gel hand wash + foaming hand wash
"The design process was organic and full of mutual inspiration, from the first whiff of pumpkin clove to the finishing touches on the marbled design," said Atwood. "When I smelled the wild violet fragrance, it reminded me instantly of one of my paintings … and now it's come to life as a beautiful addition to any countertop."
Looking for more ways to warm up your home for fall? Atwood has these ideas for simple seasonal updates:
- Fall is all about adding texture to your home. A throw blanket is an easy way to bring in color, pattern and warmth. Style over the back of a chair or a headboard to instantly change the look of your room.
- Warm hues like tangerine and violet are go-to options for this season. Add them on as accents and mix with neutrals to keep your space sophisticated.
- Fragrance is a great way to bring in a cozy feeling, from fall-inspired hand and dish soaps to spicy, gourmand-inspired candles.
The method + Rebecca Atwood collection is now available for $3.49, exclusively at Target (in stores and at www.target.com/methodlovesRA) through the end of the year, perfect for delighting guests and hosts for the holidays.
Founded in 2000, method is the pioneer of premium planet-friendly and design-driven home, fabric and personal care products. Formulated with naturally derived, biodegradable ingredients, method cleaners put the hurt on dirt without doing harm to people, creatures or the planet. Today, method can be found in more than 40,000 retail locations throughout North America, Europe, Australia and Asia. In 2013, method reincorporated as a public benefit corporation, codifying that its corporate governance meets the highest standard of social and environmental ethics. Method, headquartered in San Francisco, is part of the people against dirty family, which also includes Ecover, the European-based line of ecological cleaning products. For more information, visit www.methodhome.com.
About Rebecca Atwood
Rebecca Atwood is a designer and artist whose original collection of home textiles focuses on the artistic process. Blending traditional textile techniques and hand painting, Rebecca creates products that are both simple and luxurious. The line is deeply rooted in Rebecca's everyday observations of her life in Brooklyn as well as her personal history – growing up on Cape Cod surrounded by the ocean, antiques and the family restaurant. With a focus on hand dyeing (including hand-dyed shibori), printing and painting, the textiles are truly one of a kind. The products – which span pillows, fabric-by-the-yard, wallpaper, table linens, artwork, baskets and small accessories – are all designed and produced in small editions in the United States. Rebecca also recently debuted her first book, Living with Pattern: Color, Texture, and Print at Home, where she demystifies how to use pattern, a design concept that often confounds and confuses, demonstrating how to seamlessly mix and layer prints throughout a house.
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