We’ve long been fans of Revival’s rugs…but now they’re venturing from the ground up, literally, into a new collection of “well-traveled” tablewares, just in time for the holidays—because, as they say, it’s sometimes hard to gift a rug. From Moroccan glassware to woven table runners from Nagaland, there are plenty of affordable, giftable finds to fill stockings with or to send to friends and family.
To celebrate the launch of the new collection, we’ve teamed up with Revival to give away a $1000 gift card to one lucky winner. For a chance at the prize, enter here before midnight EST on December 6th. And take a look at a few of the wares, too, now available and ready for giving:
Above: The new Milak Cushion ($99) is made from 100 percent cotton and handwoven in Nagaland on loin and backstrap looms by heritage weavers. Alongside is the Moroccan Bedside Carafe ($39), made of recycled glass, with a lid that conveniently doubles as a bedside drinking glass.
Above: Textural, colorful Nagaland Cushions come in various sizes and shapes, both lumbar and square. Shown here are, left to right, the Jotsoma ($99), Mayang ($109), Sangti ($89), and Saramati ($85), each named for a region of Nagaland. On the table is the Moroccan Glass in Medium ($45) with an ever so slightly tapered lip.
Above: A selection of Revival’s new globally made tablewares: the Handwoven Palm Placemat ($59), handwoven in Morocco from sun-dried palm leaf with a jaunty raffia fringe, and a recycled glass Moroccan Pitcher ($39) with a sturdy handle for easy pouring. Below is a one-of-a-kind vintage Moroccan hand-knotted rug; for similar finds, head here.
Above: And we love Revival’s rugs, too, like this one-of-a-kind original vintage Turkish runner, hand-knotted in a terra-cotta hue. See similar finds here.