When Nordstrom launches a new line, you know that it’s a big deal–especially when it’s as stylish and affordable as its new Treasure & Bond Home Collection.
As all of you loyal Nordstrom shoppers know, Treasure & Bond is a Nordstrom-exclusive brand that offers trendy, unique and affordable clothing and accessories to millennials–with a charitable spin. The brand not only gives back for every purchase–but who could forget the Something Navy collab that made our 2017? They’re on fire.
And just when you thought that Treasure & Bond couldn’t get any better–they decide to drop a HUGE gorgeous line of home goods and decor yesterday!
Treasure & Bond’s first-ever home collection for Spring 2018. Courtesy of Nordstrom.
The collection features “a fresh tabletop assortment,” which includes ceramic dishware, artisanal cheese boards and textured glass pieces, as well as bedding, stylish throws and pillows. These items may sound fancy and expensive, but they’re all priced between $19 and $199! Amazing, right?
Not only is the new Treasure & Bond Home Collection filled with trendy and eccentric pieces, but it also upholds the brand’s charitable values and efforts. It will continue to donate 2.5% of net sales to nonprofit organizations empowering youth. In fact, Treasure & Bond donated $1 million to YWCA USA and Canada, which helps over 11,200 schools and groups, enabling the program to reach more than 2.8 million students and 17,000 teachers with their donation.
“We are thrilled to launch Treasure & Bond’s first-ever home collection, which captures the brand’s authentic, approachable style with classic pieces across tabletop, textiles and home décor,” says Jennifer Jackson Brown, president of Nordstrom Product Group said in a press release. “Treasure & Bond represents an integral part of our charitable giving strategy and we are committed to partnering with organizations like YWCA and WE Charity whose work empowers youth across North America.”
Now that we’re all up-to-date on how amazing Treasure & Bond is, let’s see some of their newest stuff from their home collection!
Here are just a few of the products offered–and we know that you’re going to love them:
This handmade acacia wood board will makes a stylish addition to any kitchen. It brings a sophisticated essence to your existing servewear collection, and even makes for pretty kitchen decor on its own as well!
This tinted vase is made with handmade glass and adds an eccentric vibe to your home. It can be used as a centerpiece on its own, or with a bouquet of gorgeous flowers. Remember: When buy one of these vases, Treasure & Bond will donate 2.5% of net sales to one of its charitable organizations. So, maybe you’ll want to buy one in every color?
Keep your bedroom looking stylish with this reversible stripe throw blanket from Treasure & Bond. It’s made with cozy chenille and comes in three different color combinations, ensuring that there’s a blanket that matches every room aesthetic.
We’re not 100% sure what a “pouf” is, but we know that we NEED it in our living rooms ASAP. This knit wool cover “adds texture and earthy charm to a pouf that provides decorative panache as well as extra seating,” according to Nordstrom.
No bed is complete with a decorative pillow–or five. Add a pop of color to your favorite place in the house with this Geo Accent Pillow from Treasure & Bond. It features an “artfully weathered” geo pattern that is guaranteed to stylishly transform your space.
Treasure & Bond Floral Print Duvet Cover ($169-$199)
Like we said before, your bed is your favorite place in your home–so, you want to make sure that it’s got a stylish AND comfortable comforter. This floral watercolor-inspired pattern puts a chic twist on the classic cotton duvet cover. We love that it adds a subtle and chic pop of color, too!
Loving these picks from the Treasure & Bond Home Collection? Check out the rest of collection here!
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