Say hello to spring with these “newstalgic” pieces in the season’s brightest hues.
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You’ll long to get lost in this forest. Voutsa’s Turning Leaves Acid Rose is botanical print wallpaper with a fluorescent twist.
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Whether in Chartreuse, Citron, Magenta or Pool, the Julienne piping from Samuel & Sons is sure to enliven anything it trims.
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A game of Tetris come to life! Wildwood’s colorful Japandi trays can be stacked in a variety of configurations to maximize vertical space—and style.
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Sometimes it is easy being green. EQ3’s Joan sofa in Jet Grass is a kiwi-colored sensation.
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The prismatic tones of Kim Seybert’s Luna coasters bring the party to the simplest cocktail spread.
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Composed of curved blown glass, the Swing tumblers at MoMA Design Store offer a rare treat: dishwasher-safe whimsy.
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Craving your own private Idaho? The Blue Sky Mind pillow by Big Sky Bandits for Western Sensibility righteously evokes the escapist motifs of the early noughties.
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What a bright idea: William Storms incorporated neon-toned acrylic tubes into handwoven passementerie for his Refract series at Frampton Co.
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Another Human’s charming Dionaea chair takes inspiration from Ferngully, the 1992 animated film about an enchanted rainforest.
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Take a day trip on Illulian’s zigzagging Info rug by Karim Rashid, available at Artemest.
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Mojow’s totally tubular MW01 armchair is composed of—gasp!—inflatable cushions.
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You’ll want to pick these daisies. The Tilda table by Stray Dog Designs is coated in layers of papier-mache for a one-of-a-kind feel.