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Rialto Quilt | Linens & Bedding by Vacilando Studios | Captain Whidbey in Coupeville
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Rialto Quilt - Linens & Bedding

Featured In Captain Whidbey, Coupeville, WA

$350-$950

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Part of the PNW Collection, which celebrates the influence of water across the Pacific Northwest, the Rialto Quilt is inspired by stacks of tree-sized driftwood logs that get pushed up onto the beaches along the Olympic Peninsula’s coastline. The balance and contrast of black and white with tonal grays and blues gives this quilt a bold aesthetic that’s both modern and timeless.

SIZES
Crib: 40” x 40”, perfect for a little one or to hang on the wall

Throw: 60” x 60”, great for snuggling on the couch

Queen: 90” x 90”, fits a full or queen size bed

King: 100” x 100”, fits a king size bed

MATERIALS
Top: Black, Ivory, Yarn dyed Dusty Blue and Steel linen cotton

Binding: Homespun Pepper linen cotton

Back: Unbleached cotton

Batting: Thick US-grown and manufactured 100% cotton

PROCESS
Machine pieced, quilted and bound

Handmade in the USA by our talented quilters in their home studios

Each quilt is made to order just for you. Please allow 3 - 4 weeks for production.

CARE
Machine wash delicate in cold water with a gentle detergent. Tumble dry low or hang to dry.

Fabric will crinkle slightly after the first wash and will soften with use + love.

HANGING SLEEVE OPTION
Add a hanging sleeve to turn your quilt into a piece of wall art. The sleeve is made with the same fabric as the quilt back and lies flat when not hanging, so you can still use it as a quilt.

BEHIND THE DESIGN
I’ve seen my fair share of West Coast beaches and coastline during my travels, but it was the beaches along the Olympic Peninsula that really captivated me. There’s a drama and moodiness to them that conveys the power of the Pacific Ocean and encapsulates the entire ecosystem of the coastal Northwest. From the round beach rocks that have been tumbled and worn smooth by the waves to the sea stacks that have slowly been eroded over centuries, you can’t help but see how the earth ages in this place.

My favorite part of these beaches though, is the driftwood. It’s no tree limb or small bit of branch you can hold in your hand - it’s the whole dang tree, sometimes up to 10 feet around and 100 feet tall . Trees high up in the forest topple during winter storms and are washed down the rivers to the sea. During high tide, these trees are pushed up onto the beach and stack like pick up sticks. There is so much beauty in each individual piece of driftwood, but all of them together as a whole, creates a visual spectacle that can only be found in the Pacific Northwest.

Creation & Shipping

Creation: 4-6 weeks
Shipping: 2-5 days
Free Shipping in the US, ask the creator about international shipping.
Estimated Arrival: December 11, 2021

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Meet the Creator
Vacilando is a design and production studio dedicated to making beautiful, useful objects while modernizing the tradition of American Craftsmanship.

Raised in Texas and London by two architect parents, Laura spent several years in New York City studying art history and painting before embarking on a year-long road trip adventure around the U.S. in 2013. Six years of traveling and two Airstream later, She now calls the Texas Hill Country home.

Completely self taught (with the help of the internet), Laura discovered the medium of textiles on the road and fell in love with the utility and potential of the craft. With a couple years of quilting under her belt and a dream of designing and making quilts all day, she launched Vacilando in February of 2015.

Endlessly eager to explore new places, wander through markets, and discover interesting colors and textures in nature, Laura draws inspiration from her travels and translates them into the modern minimalist designs that Vacilando is known for.