Carolina Irving Designed A New Tabletop Collection With Her Two Daughters

Every item is crafted by hand.

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Dealing with gorgeous colors in an "" has become Carolina Irving's trademark. The look is present in her work for Oscar de la Renta Home and in her , and now it's found another lovely medium.

Her latest project is a tabletop collection known as , which she designed in partnership with yep, her daughters, Olympia and Ariadne. It features gorgeous plates and placemats as well as hand-painted candlesticks and vases.

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Irving Architectural Digest that every piece in the collection has a rich background story. Placemats are woven by "little old ladies in their backyards" in Portugal, for example, and plates feature a swirl technique mastered by a single man in Spain.

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Despite the pieces being beautifully handmade by artisans around the world, there is plenty for everyone, Irving assured. She and her daughters are inspired by history, and the age-old processes to pull off the intricate details of each piece mean they're undeniably one of a kind—not fit for just any tablescape.

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The first collection will be available at KRB's pop-up in New York City from December 4th to the 8th.

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