on the beat | Sep 23, 2022 |
20 exuberant looks that scream ‘summer romance’

Fall head over heels for these fanciful of-the-moment finds.

Wild Flowers

Courtesy of Gucci
Courtesy of Gucci
Trimmed with braided and knotted fringes, Gucci’s Floral velvet jacquard chair makes a bold statement with an abundance of blossoms.

Courtesy of Fleur
Courtesy of Fleur
You’ll long to get lost in the field of flowers that lines Liz Marsh’s Floral Burst mirror for Fleur.

Courtesy of LoveShackFancy
Courtesy of LoveShackFancy
LoveShackFancy’s Pink Painted Fence hand towel will entice your bathroom into bloom.

Courtesy of Currey and Company
Courtesy of Currey and Company
Like a bouquet of fresh blooms, Currey and Company’s Jessamine table lamp enlivens any surface it graces.

Courtesy of Chairish
Courtesy of Chairish
Fashioned from Murano glass and faux flowers, VGnewtrend’s Poppy Flower Power chandelier from Chairish is a showstopping centerpiece.

Courtesy of Tribute Goods
Courtesy of Tribute Goods
Artist Mark Gagnon drew inspiration from Neoclassical-style jasperware when crafting his Fuchsia Hand Painted Paper Mache urn for Tribute Goods.

Courtesy of Annie Sloan
Courtesy of Annie Sloan
Designed in collaboration with the Royal Horticultural Society, Annie Sloan’s RHS Floribunda decoupage paper collages the work of several botanical painters into a verdant new design that will perk up any piece.

Delightful Details

Courtesy of Artistic Tile
Courtesy of Artistic Tile
Designed by Michael Aram, Artistic Tile’s Orchid Dimensional mosaic is embellished with crisscrossing vines and dainty, hand-carved marble flowers.

Courtesy of Dune
Courtesy of Dune
Upholstered in the lacy floral Elle pattern by Natasha Baradaran, the Climate sectional by Richard Shemtov (available through Dune) provides a pretty place to perch.

Courtesy of Oka
Courtesy of Oka
Inspired by the famille rose porcelain china that grew popular during the late Baroque period, this set of Roseraie starter plates by Adam Lippes for Oka features flowers, butterflies and birds for a dash of whimsy at dinner.

Courtesy of Artemest
Courtesy of Artemest
Black lace cutouts give Karman’s Ululì Ulula pendant lamp at Artemest a hint of sex appeal.

Courtesy of Assembly Line
Courtesy of Assembly Line
Part of a glass series with a focus on joy and optimism, Sophie Lou Jacobsen’s hand-blown L’Aurore vase (available exclusively at Assembly Line) is sure to put a smile on your face.

Courtesy of Sferra
Courtesy of Sferra
The delicate silk-and-linen jacquard pattern of Sferra’s Regina duvet cover is layered with lace to create a luxe patchwork effect, then trimmed in pearls to supply a heavenly finish.

Courtesy of Fornasetti
Courtesy of Fornasetti
Festooned with butterflies, Fornasetti’s hand-painted and silk-screened Farfalle sideboard will coax any room out of its cocoon.

Passionate Pastels

Courtesy of Bella Notte Linens
Courtesy of Bella Notte Linens
With its 5-inch ruffle trim, the Linen Whisper guest towel by Bella Notte Linens is a real charmer.

Courtesy of Pottery Barn Teen
Courtesy of Pottery Barn Teen
Whether in mint green, lavender or blush, the Ombre Tassel performance rug at Pottery Barn Teen will make any floor a dreamy focal point.

Courtesy of Regina Andrew
Courtesy of Regina Andrew
Draped in hundreds of exquisite blooms, the Vanessa Basin chandelier by Regina Andrew boasts a powdery resin finish.

Courtesy of Estelle Colored Glass
Courtesy of Estelle Colored Glass
Let them eat cake—but first, serve it in style with this lavender-hued cake stand by Estelle Colored Glass.

Courtesy of Kvadrat
Courtesy of Kvadrat
Inspired by the neon marks English farmers use to identify sheep, Peter Saville’s Flux curtains for Kvadrat feature a rainbow of ethereal colors.

Courtesy of Cloth & Company
Courtesy of Cloth & Company
You’ll swoon over the pale pink chinoiserie pattern of Rachel Ashwell’s Rowan chaise for Cloth & Company.

This article originally appeared in Summer 2022 issue of Business of Home. Subscribe or become a BOH Insider for more.

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