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Annie Selke joins forces with Property Brothers design advisor on co-branded textiles

Annie Selke joins forces with Property Brothers design advisor on co-branded textiles

Pittsfield, Mass. – She’s a member of Team Jonathan on HGTV’s “Brother vs. Brother” home renovation show, and now she’s working with The Annie Selke Companies,.

Marie Flanigan, principal of award-winning Houston, Texas, design firm Marie Flanigan Interiors, has created a new soft home line in collaboration with Annie Selke, founder and chief vision officer. The Marie Flanigan Collection for Annie Selke pairs traditional and timeless elements with modern touches in Flanigan’s signature palette of sumptuous neutrals.

The assortment features subtle textures across 45 hand-crafted rugs as well as bedding, plush decorative pillows and soft accessories. The palette of creamy oatmeals, rich caramels and crisp whites is punctuated with dusty pinks, oceanic blues and forest greens.

The Marie Flanigan Collection for Annie Selke features the Houston designer’s signature palette.

“After being in the design industry for over a decade, I noticed a consistent thread in the types of textiles I was drawn to but always had trouble finding the right pieces,” said Flanigan. “I dreamed of creating my own rugs, bedding and pillows that could fill the gap between what I was trying to source and what was actually available.”

Selke, whose rugs and bedding are sold through more than 6,000 fine retailers worldwide, said she was immediately drawn to the Houston-based interior designer’s aesthetic.

“As a trained architect, she is a master of proportion and balance, both of which are critical to great interior design. Plus, her attention to detail is extraordinary—not fussy, just fabulous,” noted Selke.

The collection will launch in September.

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