As this Caribbean country wakes to a new dawn, style inspired by Havana’s culture and history emerges: An eclectic feel is created by a mix of tradition with pops of color and opulence.
Gold finishes: Hand-cut coco wood flowers adorn Palecek’s Coco Magnolia mirror. The mirror itself is set in a hand-wrapped metal frame, and the whole piece wears an antique gold finish. www.palecek.com
Beautifully worn: Forty West’s Fiona table lamp in a worn, muted blue is topped with a traditionally inspired shade for an updated antique feel. www.fortywestdesigns.com
Traditional touches: Stanley Furniture’s new Havana Crossing Collection took cues directly from the city’s architecture and culture. Here, Concordia dining table, Lasa side chairs and Lasa arm chairs come in a lightly worn Colonial Mahogany finish. www.stanleyfurniture.com
Glamorous add-ons: Allegri’s Valencia is not your grandma’s crystal chandelier — the column of clear Firenze crystal, special to the company, is accented with crystal drops and bobeches in a Satin Champagne finish. www.allegricrystal.com
Retro influences: Hyedua veneered tall drinks cabinet from Jonathan Charles has hallmarks of Mid-Century Modern style while maintaining its contemporary feel — a combination of sleek wood, clean lines, luxurious ivory panels and an internal fold-out serving slide does the job. www.jonathancharlesfurniture.com
Sun-bleached and bright: Surya’s new Harput Collection design combines shades of Pantone Saffron, Burnt Orange, Dark Blue, Garnet and Teal in a machine-made area rug that looks perfectly sun-kissed. www.surya.com
Updated antique silhouettes: Detailed fretwork on the back of Devine chair from Taylor King is complemented by a dreamy blue woven fabric, Materia Cloud, on its upholstered seat and back. www.taylorking.com