UPGRADE YOUR HOME DECOR WITH TEXTILES DESIGNED IN BROOKLYN, HANDWOVEN IN ETHIOPIA, AND DEDICATED TO CREATING SPACES PEOPLE LOVE.
One of the toughest assignments for guys to ace is adding stylish accents to our own homes. Thankfully, Ethiopian-born Hana Getachew spent a decade working in New York City architecture firms so she could have our backs. Designed in Brooklyn and handwoven in Ethiopia, her Bolé Road Textiles are an homage to a cultural inheritance and a reflection of a modern, global aesthetic. The Kombolcha Pillow ($129) was inspired by the patterns of the Wollo gabi, a textile from northeastern Ethiopia. The 20x20” throw pillow boasts brilliant shades of tan and onyx on 100% handspun Ethiopian cotton. A conversation starter that signals to guests they're visiting a worldly and well-traveled brother, Bolé Road's free shipping and returns make for a no-risk proposition.