When you think of maximalist decor, it’s easy to imagine the bright colors and bold mix of materials and patterns that’s been trending in homes and table settings in recent years. But the home decor brand St. Frank, which just launched in our Shop, brings even more depth to the maximalist look by working with artisans from around the world to bring one-of-a-kind pieces to your home.
“Our look is defined by a globally-inspired combination of traditional crafts, pattern-on-pattern pairing, a strong embrace of color and texture, and a high-low mix,” says St. Frank co-founder Christina Bryant Herbert, who describes St. Frank’s style as “eclectic maximalist.”
The brand is known for richly colored and patterned textile designs that translate to art, pillows, wallpaper, bedding, and more. And now, exclusively through Food52, they’re launching a beautiful, versatile tablecloth and set of napkins in their multicolored, Bright Botanical Suzani print.
“We designed them with fall to holiday entertaining in mind, but this print is so transitional it not only works with many color palettes, but can be styled to sit beautifully in any season,” said Christina.
You can also pair it with other St. Frank pieces in our Shop. “Our hand-blown Mexican glassware is another favorite. The assortment includes unique shapes, such as our tumbler and coupe that works for anything from wine to cocktails, and adds a weighty, tactile element to the table.”
See below for just a few of our favorite St. Frank pieces to complete your maximalist table.
St. Frank’s linen-cotton tablecloth is inspired by suzani embroidery, a classic Central Asian textile characterized by decorative flowers and meandering vines. Even though it’s drawn, embroidered, and sewn together by hand, it’s machine washable.
These hand-blown, recycled-glass coupes are made by artisans in the Mexican state of Hidalgo and come in five colors to complement any facet of St. Frank’s vibrant color palette.
Pair the Suzani napkins with the tablecloth, or use them to turn up the volume on a solid table linen in a complementary color.
Add texture and flair to your table with these placemats made in the Colombian town of Curiti, where artisans harvest and weave the fique plant’s leaves to create these statement pieces.
Pair the coupes with a set of highball or short tumblers in five stunning ombre colors.
These colorful, intricate candles hail from Oaxaca and are made by an artisan employing a generations-old technique using beeswax, natural dyes, and molds passed down from her grandmother.
Find even more St. Frank decor for your home here.