Eye-catching, bold hues are never a departure when searching for furnishings and accents that invite smiles. What better time to brighten up a room than spring? Playful, pretty, and pumped full of panache: we’re particular to pieces that pair dramatic dyes with beautiful lines. Color us inspired!
GO BIG. GO BRIGHT.
The Diana floor lamp by DelightFULL is mid-century lighting made groovy. Both in terms of color and scale, this piece lives large and illuminates even larger. The colorful lampshade in aluminum has a switch on its top, which, fully extended is over 7 feet tall. Smaller versions of this lamp come in at a lower price point, but it doesn’t get more unique than this!
$12,996, available through your design professional
Star of Stripes
The turquoise stripe in Loloi Rugs Tyler Collection is as pretty as it is playful, and it’s affordable enough to be temporary. Hand- woven and 100 percent cotton, this affordable line of floor decor continues to grow its offerings with well-known designers including Ellen DeGeneres, Joanna Gaines, and others.
The Holmes bookcase in coastal teal by Vanguard is made of mahogany solids and accented with brushed nickel ferrules. Just over 7 feet tall but only 16″ deep the design is deceivingly compact.
$2,757, Goods Home Furnishings, Hickory, NC
Fabric as Art
The Hable pillow and fabric collection by Hickory Chair is inspired by Scandinavian design and contemporary art combining form, texture, and color into one harmonious grouping.
Prices vary, Old Colony Furniture Co., 3411 Augusta Road
Suspended in Time
The Stanley suspension lamp promises to be the retro renegade of any room it graces. Versatile positioning with three movable arms, this fixture is high on function. But its beauty is in the details of its form: handmade in brass with gem-tone lampshades cast in aluminum .
$3,879, available through your design professional or at interiordesignerdecor.com
Zig and Zag
The Kennedy sette by Vanguard in Jericho lemongrass fabric features a delicate yet playful nickel nailhead trim and fresh, French gray finish. Hand-tied construction and down cushioning are built for comfort and quality.
$2,959, Hodge Floors, 459 Marion Ave., Spartanburg
South Carolina-born designer Kelly Wearstler’s furniture line, made by N.C.-based EJ Victor, includes this superluxe, unlacquered brass frame adorned with hand-set semi-precious stones.
$4,900, Mathews Furniture + Design, 1240 West Paces Ferry Road, NW, Atlanta