Exclusive: The Citizenry's New Collection Is Just What Your Home Needs for Fall

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living room with leather ottomans on a patterned rug next to a sectional sofa

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Usually when fall rolls around we all start prepping to spend more time at home. This year is a bit of an exception though. Most of us have already significantly increased the amount of time we spend at home, but that doesn't mean our homes aren't in need of a little autumnal update.

Enter: The Citizenry's new fall collection—The Warmth of Home Collection—which is chock full of accessories, accents, and artisanal pieces designed to add warmth and comfort to your home.

"Any new season marks a new beginning, a time to refocus," explain Carly Nance, Co-Founder and Emily Robinson, Brand Marketing Director. "And, there's something about fall that brings the focus on home in particular. From the crisp, cool temperatures to the cozy sweaters and knits—this season has a way of making you want to burrow and nest. You want to make an environment that's layered, inviting, and warm."

The Citizenry is known for its wide array of artisan-made pieces created by skilled craftspeople around the world. This fall collection is no exception, and features pieces from India, Uruguay, Mexico, Uganda, Portugal, and more.

From the crisp, cool temperatures to the cozy sweaters and knits—this season has a way of making you want to burrow and nest. You want to make an environment that's layered, inviting, and warm.

For this autumn launch, the brand focused specifically on pieces that would add warmth and comfort to the spaces we now spend the bulk of our time.

"People are investing more in their spaces," Nance and Robinson explain. "As we've spent more time at home, we now see the importance of curating a space that's personal, inspiring, and restorative. We're becoming more intentional, actively shaping our homes into spaces that are a true sanctuary."

With so much uncertainty in the world, the brand hopes this collection will inspire shoppers to create a space that feels like an escape from the chaos.

"The hope for this collection is to bring an element of calm to your home" Nance and Robinson tell us. "These pieces are designed to ground your space and to infuse your home with a bit of artistry and inspiration."

Ready to add some calm to your own home? Read on for a handful of our favorite products from The Citizenry's Warmth of Home Collection.

The Citizenry Salina Area Rug

cream area rug

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"The Salina Area Rug is one of our favorites," Nance and Robinson explain. "It's handwoven in India using incredibly soft wool, so it's extra plush and textured—he perfect cozy base for any room. And the subtle cream hue just instantly brings a serene, calm vibe."

The Citizenry Torres Round Leather Ottoman

pair of caramel colored round leather ottomans

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"We wanted to create designs that were comforting and grounded, yet still artful and inspiring," Nance and Robinson tell MyDomaine. "From earthy hues like latte, flax, olive, and rust to tactile materials like wool, leather, and linen, this collection is designed to bring a calm, yet inviting feel to your home."

These leather ottomans in particular are a standout product. They're an easy way to add instant warmth and visual interest to a space, not to mention extra seating.

The Citizenry Prisha Linen Pillows

linen pillows in multiple earthy shades including olive, gray, and blush pink

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"We love the Prisha Linen Pillows as well," Nance and Robinson continue. "They work as a solid base when paired with bold patterns, or even stand out on their own. They come in five different hues—from rich olive to warm flax—and we love mixing and matching the colors to create a palette that's earthy and dimensional."

The Citizenry Azalea Pillow

brocade pillow

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"We're excited about the brocade pillows from Guatemala—they're beautiful, statement designs, but we also love the story behind them. All of these designs are woven by hand on the Mayan backstrap loom, an ancient technique that's been passed down through generations," Nance and Robinson tell us.

"The weaving cooperative initially started after Hurricane Stan in 2005, and now, decades later, this group of women not only is preserving their craft, but they also fund social projects in their communities—from food security programs to reforestation, education, and financial literacy workshops. Such a great reminder of the beauty and hope that can come from crisis."

The Citizenry Diya Area Rug

patterned rug in shades of olive and blush pinkl

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The collection's earthy palette really comes alive in this rug that features shades of olive, blush pink, and cream. Handwoven in India, this flatweave rug is destined to become a centerpiece of any room you style it in, without detracting from the rest of your furnishings.

The Citizenry Costanera Wall Hanging

matte black wall hanging

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The Citizenry has a few cult favorite products, but the brass San Cristobal Wall Hanging is one of its most well-known pieces. And while this new wall hanging is different, there is a similarity in style that's sure to please the brand's fans. The matte black is a sleek addition, and each piece is handmade, so no two are alike.