THE LUMENS GUIDE TO A GREAT SPACE
Get a statement light. They say lighting is the jewelry of the home, and we couldn’t agree more. The right light fixture is a critical functional piece, of course, but an oversized shape, a dramatic silhouette or a unique design plays an important role in a space’s look.
Add life. A little detail that goes a long way? Greenery. A striking plant or a bouquet of flowers brings color to a space while keeping a neutral palette. Not to mention, it’s an inexpensive update that adds to air quality and—we think—good design juju.
Don’t overdo it. Stuffocation does not make for a well-designed space. The details might be small, but they are mighty, and each and every furnishing accessory should be something you love so that editing what’s on display is a cinch.
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We love it because: It’s deceptively complex in its simple design (made from recycled PET polymer felt) that focuses light and sound in the area beneath it.
We love it because: The super-solid steel and wood frame makes for a stunning rendition of Scandinavian form and function we know and love.
We love it because: It was designed with two key tenets for any chair: Comfortable and simple. The resulting clean, classic form complements any style.
We love it because: The geometric lines are visually interesting against a wall, and the collection’s color palette adds a unique punch.
We love it because: It’s just. So. Soft. Made from a blend of New Zealand wool and polyester yarns, the plush shag style is cozy underfoot all year long.
We love it because: The eye-catching, contrasting pattern, plus its lightweight cotton material that makes it easy to take from warm days to cool nights.
We love it because: Concrete is usually reserved for ultra-industrial spaces, but we love it in smaller iterations like this to add a distinctive texture.
We love it because: It’s imperfectly perfect. Each is one-of-a-kind, thanks to its crumpled form that embodies Tom Dixon’s industrial aesthetic.