We are over the moon to introduce Amanada Lindroth's island inspired home collections to Pioneer Linens. Amanda is a Palm Beach native, whose love of design, entertaining, and island life developed into a flourishing interior design and home decor business. Her Bahamas home, Hope Hill, serves at the backdrop and inspiration for her signature tabletop and bedding collections, which incorporate traditional Bahamanian woven wicker and batik prints in vibrant tropical colors.
Amanda Lindroth is the epitome of beach chic, evoking Slim Aaron's photographs of languid bathers in the Caribbean and colonial manses filled with eclectic family treasures. Her table tops are made for long outdoor dinners where cocktails are candlelit, dining chairs are nestled under palms, and no one ever leaves on time.
The photo above shows the Batik Tablecloth in green cotton, with matching scallop edge napkins. With its petite pattern and hand-blocked look, the Batik Tablecloth strikes a beautiful balance between high-style and pure simplicity. "I love the 'plainness' of these linens," Amanda says. "We dressed up the tablecloths with printed borders and bold colored trim – think India via Paris."
To complete the look, layer in varying sizes of wicker wrapped glassware and candle lighting, like these Island Wrapped Votives and matching drinking glasses and pitchers.
Inspired by centuries-old block prints from Jaipur (and her own Jasmine table linens), Amanda's Jasmine quilt and shams are made of deliciously soft 100% cotton voile and finished with square bordered edges trimmed in matching solid color. For a more feminine look, the Batik Quilt and shams have a delicate simple pattern with a scalloped border. Both bedding styles come in coral or a soft blue.
We hope you are as in love with Amanda Lindroth as we are.