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Get the Scoop Behind Schumacher x Lake Pajamas’ Dreamy Collaboration

Read on for Deconstructed Stripe inspiration!

January 12, 2022

When Miles Redd unveiled his very first collection with Schumacher in 2015, it was clear that his Albert Hadley–inspired Deconstructed Stripe print—which he originally created by cutting and taping together a collage of different stripes—would become a modern-day icon. Around the same time, Lake Pajamas co-founders (and recent new moms) Anne Read Lattimore and Cassandra Cannon were launching their own soon-to-be classic stripes, in the form of super-soft sleepwear that could be both comfortable and flattering. So when Lake and Schumacher began dreaming up a line of PJs last year, their starting point was a no-brainer: “We’re known for stripes, and we love Miles Redd!” explains Cannon.

Launching today, the brand-new Schumacher x Lake collection features pajamas, robes and nightgowns decked out with Redd’s Deconstructed Stripe in bold blue or bright red. “We love how versatile Miles’s design is—it’s a perfect punch for dull January days, but it’s still a season-less stripe,” say Lattimore and Cannon. “We see the Cobalt pairing well with classic blue-and-white bedrooms, and the red is a fun take on Valentine’s Day.”

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Both of the company’s co-founders are longtime fans of Schumacher: “Schumacher’s prints have long inspired us, the vast archive and rich history is synonymous with fabulous American decorating,” they note. “We have Schumacher fabrics in our homes, in the Lake headquarters in Savannah, in our stores in Charleston and Atlanta, and now on our pajamas!”

To celebrate this exciting debut, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite rooms in Schumacher’s Deconstructed Stripe. Sophisticated and sleek or fun and fanciful, in neutral palettes or drenched with color, they’re proof that this perennially popular pattern really does go with everything.


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Interior designer Jenny Holladay upholstered a bench in Deconstructed Stripe for her to-die-for Chicago dressing room.Francesco Lagnese

 

A kid-friendly playroom by Lindsay Speace Design is sophisticated enough for grown-ups to enjoy, too.Brie Williams

 

Eddie Ross puts a maximalist spin on print mixing in this colorful bedroom.Marco Ricca

 

Designer Kelly Hurliman added a dose of Deconstructed Stripe fabric to this modern entryway.Erin Konrath

 

Jamie Meares of Furbish Studio dressed this table in Deconstructed Stripe fabric, allowing print-mixing in this space that doesn’t overwhelm the eye.Courtesty of Furbish Studio

 

Meg Kelly’s use of our Deconstructed Stripe wallcovering is always inspiring—pictured here in greige it’s a soothing backdrop for this feisty kitty.Courtesy of Meg Kelly

 

Two chairs dipped in red Deconstructed Stripe fabric add a geometric touch to this living room by Stephanie Molster Interiors.Julia Lynn Photography

 


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