Home decor lines this spring are being influenced by the Roaring Twenties and art deco; here the Arhaus Paloma parlor sofa in "Cannes silver sage" velvet frames the Amelia mirrored top coffee table.
The Patchwork Dresser, left, by West Elm has the handcrafted appeal of a quilt with five drawers and a cabinet, each done in a different wood front; CB2's Totally Perfect Storage file cabinets, topped with a steel Go-Cart White Console Table ($169).
West Elm; Damian Russell, CB2
Jaipur linens inject a bit of global chic by layering neutral taupes and putties in various textures and patterns.
Crate and Barrel
This room is anchored by West Elm's indigo Everett loveseat, upholstered in a velvet they call "ink blue"; indigo interiors go with almost everything.
At Wisteria, designers have updated the classic oval-backed Louis XVI chair in weathered oak with pastel Belgian linen upholstery, giving the chair eye-candy appeal; a small cart with a big footprint, Crate & Barrel's Collins trolley-style cart can free up kitchen cabinet space.
Wisteria; Crate & Barrel
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As the harsh winter sunlight shines on cluttered coffee tables, chipped woodwork and deflated pillows, it's obvious that our homes take a hit in the long hard slog from Thanksgiving through the end of winter.