Karma Living’s exuberant house wares fearlessly unite bright hues and cheery floral patterns. Though based in Montclair, New Jersey, the company actually derives its inspiration from the Far East. Lotus-leaf motifs, suzani prints, and ornate embroidery often find their way onto its bright, alluring accents, including pillows, footstools, table runners, and throws. Though new collections are offered in like color schemes, all the brand’s pieces are ultimately designed to be mixed and matched.
A beautiful master suite needn’t bust your budget. We’ve put together some first-rate bedding options — distinguished by luxurious materials, bold patterns, and a range of colors — and marked them down.
Nothing inspires (and rewards) hard work like a beautiful office—and if that office is in your home, this is doubly true. Set a cerebral, stylish tone with Soicher Marin's vintage map prints and astrology charts; add a stately vibe with Barreveld's slanted-top Reservations Desk; and light it all up with Holly Hunt's La Lampe Gras collection, which elegantly evokes the Industrial Era.
The ikat technique—in which individual threads are saturated and dyed with color, before being woven—is centuries old. But the bold hues and eye-catching patterns that this process yields are still fresh and relevant today. We've got plenty of ikat-themed options here, from Jamie Young's drum-shade table lamp and Jeanette Farrier's printed quilts to nuLOOM's vibrant hand-knotted rugs. Pick one as a focal point, or mix and match prints and colors and fill a room.
Taunt the impending onslaught of winter with a bed that's so bright and sunny, you'll think it's still summer. From Karma Living's patchwork quilts and rainbow-hued embroidered pillows, to Bellino's luxe sheet, sham, and duvet sets in bold hues like Tegola orange, you'll find all the makings for an indelibly bold look.