As the world of interiors undergoes a seismic shift of innovation in design and technology, a new era of visionaries and artistic endeavors urges you to return your focus to the art of stylish living


a class apart On a mission to take a room from bland to breathtaking, these dramatic, transformative pieces pack plenty of personality and present a new point of view for the season. An origami-inspired stool, a blossoming chair, and a modern vanity with sex appeal: our bold contenders are audacious in design and anything but average.

Bloom Easy Armchair by Kenneth Cobonpue

Bringing the spirit of the gar-den indoors, this magical arm-chair resembles a blossom opening in the sun. The flower eff ect is created by hundreds of gentle folds in Italian microfi ber, rising from a sturdy steel base. Sink in and welcome spring. $3,950,

milky way

With the power to create depth and infuse a space with warmth, strategically placed lights are a vital piece in any home design palette. But modern lighting goes far beyond the scope of merely illuminating a space. It’s sculptural, artistic, and often used as a medium, a method, a message. Daniel Taplow, owner of Infi nite AV Solutions, explained further: “Linear and unique in form with the freedom to use your walls as a blank canvas, Vibia Lighting Sticks fuse technology, space, and architecture to integrate light into living spaces. Based on cutting-edge tech, Sticks off ers a creative toolkit for integrating their light elements into any interior space. Sleek minimalist aluminum rods transform the linear lights into fl oating sculptures doubling up as art for your home. With customizable confi gurations that include ceiling-to-ceiling, wall-to-wall, fl oor-to-wall, or wall-to-ceiling, they can be designed to reshape visual narratives and really upend our perceived way of seeing light, making them a super cool addition for your home.”

Arhaus Jasper Dining Chair

Sporting clean modern lines, the evocative Jasper dining chair
in American maple features a low-profi le silhouette with a gener-ously padded seat and backrest. Plus, each piece is handcrafted by artisans in North Carolina, so you’re buying true Americana.



Dark and dynamic with a defi nitive air of nostalgia, indigo is trending hard on the home design circuit this spring. Peruse our picks of quirky and beautiful pieces in this off -kilter hue to inject your space with retro glamour.

Mario Bellini Sofa

Move away from the formality of rectangular sofas by selecting a state-ment shape in a voluminous, mid-century modern silhouette. The soft and pliable aniline leather upholstery promises comfort while the unconven-tional silhouette bestows spirit and style. $8,919,

John Richard Aveley Cabinet

With a sense of understated elegance that shines without pretension, this two-door cabinet inlaid in indigo linen with alumi-num brackets radiates individual-ity. Statement hardware made in acrylic and steel with brass finishes accent each door.

Tocador Vanity Table

Luring you to gaze in amazement, this avant-garde dressing table designed by Andrés Martinez boasts a unique structure in natural walnut featuring an organically shaped mirror, minimalistic storage, and a matching pouf in velvet. $3,020,

LV Stool By Atelier Oi

A sculptural state-ment piece from Louis Vuitton’s Ob-jets Nomades Collec-tion, made from an aluminum composite then sheathed in the house’s lush Nomade leather, this fold-able stool was designed to pay homage to the ancient art of origami.