A wide spectrum of “gray,” whether in upholstery or decor, has been a color palette staple for years within the interior design world. Following the pandemic and beyond, however, a welcome renaissance has taken hold: the introduction of a warmer, neutral color palette. To see more New Neutrals, visit the August issue.
The Isola Chandelier features a wrought iron frame in a khaki finish and mix of natural water hyacinth and Grass Cloth fabric. www.curreyandcompany.com
Black and white are the new neutrals. Studio A Home offers a variety of interesting decorative accessories with intricate textures. www.studioa-home.com
This contemporary terracotta planter showcases a whimsical folk visage and an organic edge. www.creativecoop.com
The geometric tribal pattern of the Mesa Collection is inspired by Southwestern designs. www.uniqueloom.com
Hudson Valley’s Nile is an updated take on a classic sconce shape. Industrial and natural elements are combined. www.hvlgroup.com
This clean lined piece in warm French oak offers generous storage with four drawers and a two door cabinet. www.codarus.com
The Merritt Chest boasts a clean-lined design that beautifully balances a wood grain frame, solid drawer fronts and mirrored accents. www.modway.com