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Statement Lighting We Love.

By: The Balance Design Team

We’re all in favor of a classic, timeless light fixture most of the time. But sometimes you really want to make a statement! We’re here to help with that.

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Completely original and absolutely breathtaking. We can’t get over the Fen chandelier from Currey and Company, with its branch-like frame, delicate chains, and dewdrop inspired crystals.

 

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Like some sort of gorgeous floating molten copper orb, the Melt Mini pendant by Tom Dixon is as beautiful on as it is off.

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Have you ever seen anything like this Horsehair sconce from Apparatus Studios? The answer is no, you haven’t, but you’re completely blown away by it (just like us).

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What’s the best thing about the Medusa pendant from Currey and Company? The heavily detailed dome? The delicate tendrils? The fact that it comes in three sizes? It’s hard to choose!

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Rough edges, smooth waves. The Payne chandelier from Arteriors is hand-cut with hand-applied gold leaf, so each one is one-of-a-kind.

Sometimes a simple drum pendant just won’t do. Don’t be afraid to be bold with your lighting choices. There are plenty of stop-you-in-your-tracks pieces out there — take the plunge!

Hot Colors for Spring

By: Elisabeth Paulson

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Spring is the perfect season for bright and bold color combinations – fire hot corals and oranges that contrast with tried and true jade greens and almost-black blues. The end result is a classic, edgy, and fresh look that elevates the style of any room.

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LAVA: With this red-orange hue, the bolder the better. From lips to bags to bedsheets, we say bring it on. Not for the timid, this Louis Nui bedding from Trina Turk should add a little fire to your night.

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JADE: Tonal subtleties ranging from army to olive green make jade a timeless foundation to play off of. We’re fans of the Rhys Chair from Anthropologie for a big impact, or you can keep it simple with the Hiddenite Glass Sculpture from our good friends Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams.

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CITRUS: Lemon yellow adds zing to any room. A fresh, fun color, it’s perfect for making an accent piece really pop. Shown above is the Upbeat Table Lamp from Currey & Company.

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INK: We are loving the almost-black gradient these days. This green-blue-black tone looks rich in luscious velvets and slick lacquer. Above, this color is featured as a full-panel wallpaper, Aurora Peat, by Calico Wallpaper.

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HOT CORAL: While technically in the lava family, this pink has a purpose. Pair it with any neutral to go from bland to bold. In this woven cotton Gypsy Rug from Dash & Albert, hot coral plays the leading role.

Color Obsession: Autumn Explosion

By: Danielle Cornely

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Autumn is in full swing and color is everywhere! Let’s take a minute to appreciate the full range of hues this season has to offer. Of course there’s burnt ochres, fiery reds, and rich browns, but there is also a whole palette of gorgeous, less known colors. Chartreuse, aubergine, and cool grey are the supporting cast, and we think it’s time for them to shine.

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Peking Sofa by Johnathan Adler.

This mid century, Asian-inspired style in remarkable chartreuse is a show stopper.

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Pomegranate Gold rug by The Rug Company.

A suzani rug in modern colors, the Pomegranate Gold rug is sure to be a timeless heirloom.

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Velvet Lyre Chesterfield Armchair by Anthropologie.

How could you resist curling up with a good book in this tufted chair?

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Alexis Lamp by Currey and Company.

We strongly believe lamps can be functional and still beautiful. This Alexis lamp is a work of art.

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Louisiane Bench by Fermob.

This sculptural bench would be right at home in the back of a garden — the perfect place to sit and reflect.

Throw pillowsSchumacher Chiang Mai Dragon Throw Pillows by PinkandPiper on Etsy.

You can’t go wrong with Schumacher fabric. These pillows have it all: color, pattern, and panache.