Accent Furniture

Striking and bold, accent furniture turns any room into a conversation starter. This section looks ahead to the trends on the horizon and covers what we're loving right now.

In a NY Minute

Each season, busy designers work tirelessly to bring new products to NY NOW. Before you hit the show Feb. 4-7, go behind the scenes with designers at Bungalow 5, Made Goods and Worlds Away to…

Flint Bunching Table

A contemporary coffee table, the Flint bunching table from Four Hands features a hand-stitched black leather or a metal base. Measures 24 inches in diameter.

Ines Etagere

The Ines etagere from Selamat displays book and accessories and makes a statement while doing it. Available in Natural and measures 76 inches tall.

Corinne Tufted Velvet Ottoman

With a kiln-dried hardwood base, the Corinne tufted ottoman from Abbyson Living comes in a luxurious Emerald Green velvet. Measures 39.5 by 39 by 15.7 inches.

Charlie The Chair

Officially launched in January 2018, ecoBirdy is a new Antwerp-based brand of recycled furniture items for kids Following an in-depth two-year study period exploring how to sustainably recycle…

Hygge (Hue-guh) It Out

You know that moment when your home is clean and quiet and you’re wearing your cozy socks and there’s no place in the world you’d rather be? That, my friends, is Hygge, the state of being cozy and…

Black Beauty Accent Chair

Finished in Tuxedo Black, Caracole's Black Beauty accent chair stands out with its metal accents on the legs and arms. Measures almost 31 inches in height.

Sloan Steel Chair

Cool stainless steel and luxurious teal velvet make the Sloan steel accent chair from Abbyson Living a cool customer. Coordinating lumbar pillow included making it comfortable as well as stylish.

Idea Board: 2018 Trend Report

Approachable Architectural Soft contemporary with all the right angles, these sleek products illustrate a look that’s pared down but still in for the coming year. From LBL Lighting, the Candora…

Fringe Benefits

Generations of bikers, hippies and cowpunchers can’t be wrong: There’s just something about fringe. Sure, it’s festive. Certainly, it shimmies. But it’s not for the faint of heart, and therein lies…
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