10 Designer Picks for Sensational Spring Home Accents
Looking for a spring refresh? These ten hot home picks from the savvy Design Services team at the Boston Design Center can help you hit the reset button in any room of your home. Spruce up your space this season and take a look at what these designers love (and why).
“This chair is incredibly versatile as its scale fits into any setting that requires a comfortable seat,” says designer Vivian Robins. “It not only has a tailored look with or without a skirt, but it also feels refined and casual. It’s a truly timeless, classic chair.”
“I adore the new ‘Punch Paisley’ wallpaper by Neisha Crosland from Christopher Farr!” says designer Dibby Flint Hooker. “As we look forward to spring, I’m drawn to the guava colorway. Its delicate floral pattern in shades of pink and a hint of citron yellow would add the perfect balance of sophistication and whimsy to a powder room, laundry room, or girl’s room.”
“I love this item because it can be any size and comes in customizable metal finishes and colors,” says designer Rose Ann Humphrey. “It has extraordinary design elements and it’s priced to sell to our design clients at the BDC.”
“I love this product for its grace and architectural features, exuding warmth and sophistication whether the light is turned on or off,” says designer Laura Wilmerding. “I also love its versatility. You can put in a living room, bedroom, foyer… literally anywhere!”
“I’m in love with this wall art because of its fresh look and serene style,” says designer Bridget Desroches. “It can easily be brought into almost any space because it pairs beautifully with additional Kravet accessories, like below.”
“I love the scale of this chair, as well as its curved top and open back,” says designer Danit Ben-Ari. “It’s got real personality!”
“Not only does this table come in ice cream pink, which screams spring and all things summer to come,” says designer Nina Seed, “But with its pretty scalloped edge detail, it has just enough of a fun factor to make this a conversational piece, while still being super functional.”
“This bright, large-scale indoor and outdoor fabric will have you thinking spring before the first buds have appeared,” says designer Boyd A. Rourke.
“I am drawn to most anything animal print,” says designer Kim Macumber. “This painted tortoise shell accent table is the perfect piece to complete a room. A bit of whimsy, incredible versatility, and universal neutrality.”
“The crisp white is a clean backdrop to the classic brass accents that can be designed in so many ways,” says designer Liz Miller. “You can make your space truly your own.”
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