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This design features feathering, and the rectangle color blocks are so very Albers. My son's room on the Cape is this exact shade of orange, so this would be perfect; though he already has an orange chenille rug in there from Urban Outfitters and it's holding up quite well.
Swirls of blues and a little black give this garden stool a modern yet sophisticated feel. I think it sort of looks like a Monet painting.
This gem is, no doubt, an investment. An heirloom. A rug that will always be current and only get better with age. Oh, swoon.
The epitome of industrial chic style, the Chantal Etagere is a study in grace and strength. With wrap-around frames of dark finished metal supporting fir wood shelves in a pickled oak finish, the piece is softened with delicate cross bars for a light airy look.
If you are looking for a bit of Hollywood glamour, this is the piece for you. Its channeled back and armless style evoke a sophisticated attitude.
Thom Ficilia's Tioga rug will be timeless with its easy pattern. It's even available in this ink colorway, which I have come to consider a neutral. I could see it in a cottage or coastal-feeling room.
This is a very versatile desk. You can you use it as a console or, if you have the space, behind a sofa.
This is my favorite option. It is sleek and simple and perfect for holding a TV with electronics and books below.
I love this silk and wool handwoven rug. It's a great way to add pattern while still keeping a room neutral.
The Griffith Park rug in sea glass is casual and transitional with its nod to the chevron pattern. The color is incredible. I would easily use this in a living room, especially since it is wool, which means it will be comfy to lounge on.