Whether Spring has sprung where you are or you’re still waiting for the sun to come out, the time has come to spruce up your space for warmer months. Inspired by the spaces in our Spring 2014 catalog, we’ve broken down exactly how to get the look of four of the rooms you’ve seen in our pages!
Coral & Mineral (above)
In the living room above, we brought in happy shades of coral (our favorite!) and tempered them with cool mineral for a perfectly balanced combination. Our picks for fabrics include our Holland Apricot fabric, Suzanne Kasler’s Signature 10oz. Linen in Mineral, our Merrick Coral fabric, and our ever-popular Athena fabric in Mineral. Pair these fabrics with accessories in complementary hues, and even the most neutral space will be transformed for a new season.
Lavender & Linen
To echo the softness of Spring, we infused this bedroom with planes of lavender, balanced with neutral patterns. We chose our Demere Stripe in Natural, Suzanne Kasler’s Signature Linen in Lavender, our Hayland Natural Fabric, as well as our Emerson Stripe fabric in Lavender. To give the space a more relaxed feel, we brought in little hints of nature, like with our Dareau Woven Lampshade, a bench with a woven seat, and a natural fiber rug.
Spa & Gold
To up the ante on pieces in our all-time favorite hue, spa, we injected this space with glimmering gold. Warm velvet curtain panels have a glamorous luster about them, as do hints of gold in accessories, accent furniture, and even art. Our fabric choices for this color palette are our Kea fabric in Sand, our Signature Velvet in Spa, our Signature Velvet in Sand, and our Haviland fabric in Spa.
Sandalwood & Lime
Accents of green give this living room a fresh-for-Spring look. We started with a neutral palette, like our Demere Stripe in Flax, our Trilby Basketweave in Natural, and our Vintage Ticking Stripe in Sandalwood, but of course had to bring in a little color with our Matisse Ikat fabric! Accessories are fantastic way to give any room a certain vibe, and for that garden-inspired look, we used a preserved boxwood topiary, a garden seat in a bright hue, and pillows and art with botanical motifs.