Style to the Max: Maximalist Home Furnishings

09/21/2021
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Maximalist Home Furnishings

Bold patterns, unique shapes and extreme texture make these furnishings right at home in a maximalist space.

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In the Estrella Collection from Allegri Crystal, many slender metal rods in a Brushed Champagne Gold finish hold strands of delicate faceted crystal beads. Available in two other fixture options and a coordinating wall sconce. www.allegricrystal.com

 

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The Blossom collection from Unique Loom features bright colors and bold, botanical prints ranging from bouquets of flowers to tropical ferns and monstera plants to more abstract, multicolor branches. The medium-height ½-inch polypropylene pile is easy to clean and soft underfoot. www.uniqueloom.com

 

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From RFA Decor, “Jesse’s Girl” is a hand-embellished giclée on canvas of an original oil painting by artist Jeff Schaub. Measures 55 1/2 by 52 1/2 inches, framed. www.rfadecor.com

 

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Characterized by its three unique patterns on each door front, the Jaiden three-door credenza from Hooker Furniture offers a modern tribal feel created through a series of hand-placed, multi-tone bone inlay. Crafted of mango wood, it sits atop an iron base in a brass finish. www.hookerfurniture.com

 

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Teddy is a curvy, contemporary swivel wing chair from Nathan Anthony, perfect for cozying up by the fire with your favorite blanket. The swivel feature makes this modern wing chair a must-have in social spaces. www.nafurniture.com 

 

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Bloomfield from Eurofase is a lustrous collection of delicate, high-gloss metal chains that cascade like gleaming streams of water in this transitional piece. Resembling armored chain mail, the plated mesh envelops each integrated LED light to add a soft, shimmering glow. www.eurofase.com 

 

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John-Richard’s four-door Entanglement sideboard in pewter is finished with a top in clean églomisé. The glass door are fitted with push-latches and European hinges and feature a reproduction of Carol Benson-Cobb’s painting Entanglement. www.johnrichard.com

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Made of aluminum finish, the Small Leaping Diver wall sculpture from Phillips Collection has a striated surface, and when the finish is rubbed onto its surface, it collects in the valleys to bring added patina to the gray sculpture. This lends it a textural feel that convinces the eye this is a vintage decorative accessory. www.phillipscollection.com 

 

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From Walker Zanger, Botanicals is a collection of effortlessly cool, whimsical designs with leafy patterns that stimulate a room with a lively energy. The dynamic porcelain tiles can be used on walls in a range of commercial and residential applications. www.walkerzanger.com 

 

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Bradington-Young’s Artemis sofa features a rounded frame with individual seat cushions and a loose pillow back. Customizable in hundreds of leather and fabric combinations. www.bradington-young.com

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