It’s no secret that we are fans of Kera Thompson, the design maven behind the brand, Interwoven. We’ve featured her colorful, global collection of textiles on the blog before, and even her modern family home in Abu Dhabi. Now, in her Salt Lake City home in Utah, we get to see how this model turned boutique owner transported the pieces from her culturally-studded Middle Eastern home to a cozy west coast abode. One look inside, and it’s easy to see that while the location has changed, the cornerstones of Kera’s style remain the same. It’s the textiles that grab our attention every time. Kera has a little bit of everything – Turkish kilim pillows, embroidered Moroccan cushions, Indian kantha quits, brightly woven suzanis, and indigo Hmong pillows. These pieces can be seen throughout her home where rooms are adorned with rich global textiles. In the master bedroom, a purple kilim pillow adds a pop of color to the bed. In her daughter Elena’s room, a vintage kantha in swirling shades of pink, blue and green adds a youthful exuberance. Kera uses textiles to add both color and personal style to her interior. Blended with modern furnishings and vintage finds, Kera’s new home is a testament to cozy, global style, fit for her family of five.
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