One of the main rules I follow when decorating my own space is this – keep walls and furniture neutral so you can go crazy with accessories. Laura Slater‘s arrestingly bold textiles that focus on the intersection of color and shape are just the kind I’d like to throw into that role.
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L’accumulation is a showcase of functional beauty. Modernism and nostalgia, utility and expression, a story that’s gathered over time as we build our homes and our lives. A belief that traditional items have a place in the home whether they are made by heritage brands or are limited handmade items. Everything L’accumulation purveys is made to last.
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Hawkins New York features a selection of lovely home goods from a handful of renowned designers, as well as a few pieces from their own line. With the idea of “design for life” as the driving force, you can choose from kitchen, furniture, lighting, textiles, and objects to beautify your space.
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Whether you’re spending your time in the kitchen, standing in front of an easel, or up to your elbows in dirt an apron is something that will not only come in handy. Whether it’s busy holding tools and supplies protecting your clothes, you’ll be happy you took the five seconds necessary to throw one on.
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Somewhere along the way, CB2 has become less the little sister to Crate & Barrel and more the standout. The offshoot has become a destination for affordable modern design that I find myself clamoring for and ogling. CB2’s spring collection is incredible, full of bold modern lines and lots of metallics.
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Kinto has a fantastically put mission: Let your day be filled with what inspires you. Slow down, savor, and enrich your life with the things that just feel right in your hands. Their limited product line shows off a dedication to creativity and thoughtfulness that would be at home in any space.
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I have a few lovely glazed pieces in my home, but recently I’ve found myself drawn to the look even more. Reiko Kaneko designs fine bone china in elegant, functional shapes; glassware and terracotta that is beautifully thin and light; and pure white china dipped in rich glazes. And I love that there’s constant experimentation in the studio with new reactive glazes!
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