Shutterfly’s new 8” blue on white leopard print pillow, designed by Danika Herrick, retails for $59.98.
REDWOOD CITY, Calif. – Shutterfly, manufacturer of personalized products, has introduced a new way to customize outdoor décor.
The company has expanded its outdoor home décor with seven new products and more than 1,000 unique designs created by independent artists from Spoonflower, a global marketplace that connects makers and consumers with artists worldwide.
Products include pint glasses, serving platters, 10” & 8” plates, pillows, picnic blankets and more, ranging in price from $9.99 – $54.99. The design aesthetics include boho, farmhouse, contemporary, botanicals, summer and novelty.
Earlier this spring, the company launched its second co-branded collection with Marie Kondo, tidying expert and founder of KonMaria Media, Inc.
Thenew products will continue to feature a modern aesthetic, coupled with simple and easy-to-use designs inspired by the KonMari method. The assortment is made up of 79 products with 27 exclusive designs, including art prints, cotton totes, blankets, ceramic candles, acrylic blocks and more, ranging in price from $3-$300.
“In Marie Kondo, we found a partner who shares our passion for helping everyone feel connected to the most important people, experiences and moments in their lives,” said Jim Hilt, president of Shutterfly. “We hope her designs inspire people to unleash their creativity and create something meaningful. For this– our first full, cross-category design partnership– we couldn’t be more thrilled.”