A room isn’t officially finished until it's got statement-making lighting overhead. Illuminate your design with the options here, from something formal and regal (like Cyan’s brass-and-crystal, twelve-light chandelier or Crystorama's classic Claremont) to a more organic, laid-back look (Canvas’ earthenware pendants). All are as timeless as they are stylish.
In a color rut? Don’t be afraid to take the leap and instill bright hues in your home. A great way to start is with a statement chair (like Swaim’s bright-green Bubble, or Wesley Hall’s lagoon-blue tufted leather chair with wavy-patterned sides). Don’t want to go that far? Toss a bright Pur Cashmere throw on a neutral chair and hang one of Kings Wood Art’s bold photo prints on the wall.
Mid-century interior design isn't going anywhere, largely due to the fact that its timeless, classic lines convey both elegance and ease. We've got a wide selection here of both original antiques (a Sling Settee from Knoll) and modern homages (Vanguard's entertainment centers). Accessories, from an atomic-ball tabletop clock to a brass snail sculpture, finish the look. We especially love the beechwood dining chairs from Brooklyn's prestigious Prague Kolektiv.
Clean lines and fluid, nature-inspired colors and shapes mark this serene selection of furniture and accessories. Start with a focal piece, like The Phillips Collection’s freeform wooden dining table or root console. Add accessories, from Architec’s wavy mixing bowls to Aviva Stanoff’s silk-screened vases and votives with embossed metallic leaf motifs. To finish the look, lay down one of Anji Mountain’s rustic bamboo rugs.