Welcome to the Editors’ Picks series, a monthly collection of our favorite new finds. Check in with us each month to discover a fresh batch of product picks, hot off the press and ripe for the Pinteresting.
This month’s common thread? Eye-catching accent pieces, from bold textiles and striking silhouettes to statement-making décor.
She’s beauty, she’s grace…She’s a pink ceramic poodle who adds an eclectic touch of feminine whimsy to any space she occupies. Now that’s what I call (wo)man’s best friend.
I love the burnt gold and white on this hanging planter – it’s a modern take on a ’70s vibe.
How cute is this coffee table? The shape and finish feel retro and unique. Plus, the cutout and drawer make room for books or a few knickknacks.
This bright, funky rug would get me well on the way to the Technicolor paradise of my dreams. The question is, which room to put it in?
I love anything Danish Modern-inspired. These chairs are going to look amazing in my dining room.
This ottoman is so pretty and has the potential to add some flirty, global flair to almost any décor style. Place it near the sofa or next to the bed with a serving tray on top.
Spindly gold metal, luxe blue velvet, and an art-deco-meets-mid-century design? Somebody pinch me, ’cause I can’t stop dreaming about this accent chair.
I bought two of these – they’re the coolest. Definitely a conversation piece. These Scandinavian-inspired pillows go with any décor and look great effortlessly tossed on an accent chair.
A lovely contrast – the heavy, textured cast iron vessel to delicately infuse and keep tea warm. Though not handmade, this teapot’s rippled, rough finish suggests wabi-sabi – the beauty of imperfection.
When I saw this pillow, I just said, “Oooh!” I’m all about the flapper feel of the beading as well as the bold color.
I’ve been on the lookout for a rug that’s modern and geometric without being too predictable, and I think this one checks all the boxes. I love that’s it’s a little irregular, and that the black-and-white palette will feel on-trend even years down the road.
I love the brilliant shade of this royal blue console table. I can see it in a maximalist’s home against a colorful print wallpaper, or as a burst of color in an otherwise muted Scandinavian-inspired setting.