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The Hill-Side couldn't let 2015 get away without one more thing going right for it. Following the debut of its flagship boutique in Joinery's old space in South Williamsburg — a move that took out Hickoree Floor Two's brick-and-mortar joint in the process — comes a collaboration with CB2 that uses variations of its patters on rugs, bedspreads, pillows, and more, WWD reports. Right now, it's online-only, and prices range from $7 for a hand towel to $2,400 for a couch.
"I had been a fan of The Hill-Side years before we ever discussed a collaboration," CB2 managing director Ryan Turf told the paper. The collab uses prints from previous collections, either as they are or slightly changed to create a new pattern.
It's certainly a different direction compared to the Crate and Barrel offshoot's last partnership with Lenny Kravitz, whose 20-piece collection included a lot of shaggy rugs and gold accents.