A Little Bit Softer Now
“We were really inspired by a 1980s postmodern look, and I think it all came together so beautifully. The round silhouettes, luxe textures, and muted colors bring sophistication with a playful note—just in time for spring.” – Sara Sugarman Brenner, Founder and CEO
Every piece is a standout, and every piece serves a purpose in your space. That was our motivation behind our Spring Editorial, a collection that centers on contrasts—an elegant curve meeting a hard edge, delicate linen draped across a lacquered surface, and smooth, richly-veined travertine paired with a textural bouclé. As the seasons shift, we love how these pieces welcome in warmer days with inviting color palettes and airy, sculptural frames. We are so excited to see you interact with the collection: unwinding on rounded and roomy sofas and chairs; layering in plush, pastel-hued rugs and pillows into your spaces; reconnecting with loved ones at expansive dining tables; adding a bit of dramatic style with architectural and boldly-detailed accents.
Architectural shapes stunningly highlight natural materials such as oak wood and travertine, and plush fabrics like bouclé. We appreciate that rounded forms offer a softer, more intimate feel, even in a living room setting. With its curved wishbone frame that comfortably wraps around you, our Celeste Accent Chair strikingly contrasts its honey oak finish with bouclé upholstery. Its cream-colored fabric pairs well with the inviting ivory textured weave on the minimalist Harlowe Sofa. Set on three columns and featuring the rich woodgrain of its ash veneer, the Delta Round Coffee Table is perfect to gather around and finish styling your space.
To the Max
Large-scale, bold designs in luxe materials provide vintage-inspired appeal to elevate your space. Artful, subtle differences mark the geometric patterns of our Takeo Wallpaper, creating a lively mosaic that transforms your bedroom. An ecru-colored palette lends it mid-century charm and sits back amazingly well to the warm, earth-toned buff color of the Solene Platform Bed. Lustrous velvet upholstery elegantly complements its curved silhouette and adds a refined touch. We finished curating the look with this Tate Bench. In cozy bouclé, we appreciated how its streamlined design mimics the rounded shape of the bed.
For Dramatic Effect
Bold, statement-making styles are complemented by tactile upholstery and sculptural accents. Characterized by its graceful and sculptural silhouette, our Zaha Sofa balances its look with the plush, homespun feel of bouclé. We have paired it with the satiny velvet fabric of the Weiss Accent Chair, which layers in moody appeal with its smoky gray color. Featuring a richly-veined natural stone top, angular base, and tonal hues this Marin Oval Coffee Table is a deco-inspired accent that offsets the textural living room seating.
Exaggerated forms, mixed materials, and muted colors create a tonal, minimal look. Our approach for the Spring Editorial was to pare down our styling and palettes to create elevated essentials that enrich your home life and center you. Never is that more evident than in the dining room, as the tonal pieces beautifully combine to foster intimate and friendly conversation around the dining table. Whether in a small-space breakfast nook or at an expansive dinner table, this Tobie Dining Chair Set contours to your back and offers a cozy upholstered seat. Its character-rich wood grain shines through the natural ash finish and is complemented by the refined neutrals of the Jillian Rug. Its abstract geometric patterns layer in a ton of visual impact, while still letting your table be the focal point.