Monday, April 8, 2013


Photo courtesy of India Hicks
Island dweller India Hicks has four children, a boutique hotel, The Landing and store, The Sugar Mill on Harbor Island that carries her jewelry collection as well as an assortment of stylish caftans, printed beach bags and other colorful pieces for Bahamian living.

Filled with easy essentials, such as nautical art, raffia-edged pillows, throws and bedding, the new India Hicks collection Island Living for HSN is available today. The tightly edited, breezy collection is en point, sticking to mainly soft goods--- blue and white and pale hues in patterned pillows, linear bordered bedding and cozy throws.  It captures the island idyll lifestyle that Harbor Island is to nonchalant beauty and walking Ralph Lauren ad as well as heir to British design royalty (her father was the famed British interior icon), India Hicks.  She is one busy gal who does everything with easy style.

Photos courtesy of India Hicks
Her Harbor Island bedroom served as inspiration

 Photos and magazine tears line the wall above India's chic little campaign writing desk

A corner of the living room mixes textural natural woven baskets, a bergere made casual and a neatly arranged tablescape, a display trait she surely inherited from her father David Hicks. Tablescapes were his thing.

Harbor Island Decorative Pillows come in a pair

Marine Like Decorated Pillows with the now-iconic octopus motif
Tradewinds Euroshams with raffia flange can also make a nice addition on an over sized sofa
The bedskirt is pretty great, it would look just right on my spring bed, it's simplicity would complement the colorful edged shams

The Harbor Island Quilt set would work well broken up with solid white bedding

These diamond throws are so well priced that each chair could have it's own for chilly nights

Bring the island sealife back with you, a framed whale will remind you of trips to the ocean 

A series of seashell and seaweed prints on a navy ground are basic and pretty for summer houses that need a seasonal spruce up

1 comment:

Unknown said...

Is there anyway to find out where I can purchase the whale print?

Thank you