Incorporating one bold motif into an interior makes a statement, but using two or more in the same piece is downright daring. Whether you’re a maximalist who’s at home with bold layers or a minimalist exploring outside your comfort zone, these high-contrast designs do the hard work for you. From polychromatic wallcoverings to two-toned rugs, Business of Home presents seven accents that use artful juxtapositions to create a stylish surprise.
Courtesy of Élitis
MOIRE BLEU COMME UNE ROSE WALLCOVERING — ÉLITIS
The sum of the various contrasting tones in this wallcovering
by Élitis is greater than its parts. Use this kaleidoscopic stunner to forge a vibrant accent wall or to welcome guests in the entryway with an energetic pattern.
Courtesy of Lulu and Georgia
WILCOX RUG BY JAKE ARNOLD — LULU AND GEORGIA
Composed of two different styles of floorcoverings, the Wilcox rug
by Jake Arnold for Lulu and Georgia boasts a tone-on-tone design and an asymmetrical silhouette for added oomph.
Courtesy of Élitis
AMBIENTI LEVANTE FABRIC — ÉLITIS
A classic jacquard weave with a contemporary twist, this boldly banded upholstery fabric
by Élitis is made from a medley of luxe fibers, including raffia, wool and silk.
Courtesy of Porter Teleo
HARMONY WALLCOVERING — PORTER TELEO
The whorling yellow and green lines in Porter Teleo’s hand-painted Harmony wallcovering
create a sense of rhythm and movement.
Courtesy of Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams’
ADDIE SIDE TABLE IN SOLID WHITE — MITCHELL GOLD + BOB WILLIAMS
What’s black and white and chic all over? Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams’s Addie in Solid White
is topped with a contrasting tempered-glass for a dash of graphic drama.
Courtesy of New Ravenna
LUPITA MOSAIC IN DOLOMITE AND ROJO ALICANTE — NEW RAVENNA
The Lupita mosaic
by New Ravenna showcases a symphony of sumptuous—and disparately hued—stones such as white dolomite, rich red Rojo Alicante and cornflower blue glazed basalt.
Courtesy of Thibaut
TERRAZA FABRIC IN CORAL — THIBAUT
Don’t let the playfulness of Thibaut’s Terraza fabric in Coral
fool you—it’s a real workhorse. Woven from a blend of boucle and chenille, this vibrant two-toned outdoor performance upholstery features a solution-dyed acrylic finish to ensure it can withstand the elements.
Products featured in this article have been sourced from BOH’s Collections vertical, a showcase of the latest debuts from some of the industry’s leading brands.
Homepage photo: The Wilcox rug by Jake Arnold for Lulu and Georgia | Courtesy of Lulu and Georgia