Our homes are our stories. The stories of our mornings and nights—of our birthdays, holidays, and nothing-special days. Stories that make us smile and stories that make us reminisce. Stories that don’t need to be told because they are felt. These stories shape us and, in time, remind us.
As we crafted our 2023 Spring Editorial, we considered the little, beautiful stories of home and all the ways they weave together. While designing new pieces, we imagine how you will live with them and how they will become part of your home’s story. Textural, tonal, and minimal, this collection has our ideal vacation in mind—somewhere quaint and sunwashed. We like to imagine that this collection feels like a Saturday morning, smells like a just-pulled shot of espresso, and tastes like a ripe tomato picked from the vine. This season, craft your story of home and romanticize the small moments. There is endless inspiration all around us—take it in, and make it yours.
Neutral spaces crave warmth by way of texture and tonality. Linen, wood, wool, rattan, and stone come together for a harmonious, layered space.
In addition to texture and tonality, color plays a crucial role in creating a warm and inviting space. Soft, muted colors such as dijon mustard, rose quartz, and dusty neutrals can add a subtle touch of warmth to a space. Incorporating these colors into your decor throw pillows, blankets, and artwork can make a big difference in the overall ambiance of the space.
Kalani Pendant Light
Mojave Wall Art by Megan James
Investing in beautifully handmade furniture can create a sophisticated and elegant atmosphere in any room. By focusing on the details and choosing pieces that are made with care and attention, you can create a home that is not only visually stunning but also a reflection of your unique sense of style and personality.
Ukiah Wall Hanging
Jemsa Jute Rug
Nicholson Dining Chair (Set of 2)
Switch out your heavy blankets and throws for lighter ones in pastel colors or muted prints. Consider adding a vase of fresh flowers or a potted plant to bring a touch of nature indoors. One of the easiest ways to create an inviting atmosphere is to incorporate the new season with your tabletop decor. To really make your dining room feel inviting, add some ambient lighting with candles or string lights. And don't forget to bring some greenery inside with a vase of fresh flowers or a potted plant.
With these simple updates, your home will feel like a cozy and welcoming space that's perfect for entertaining guests or enjoying a family meal this spring.
Jerome Accent Chair
Caverns Vase by Salamat Ceramics
Winnow Wall Hanging by Hadiya Williams
Ochoa Pendant Light
Ruby Platform Bed
Sorenson Wall Mirror