We see them. We dream of them. We want them in our own homes. Here's how to bring in color (in an orderly fashion, of course!).
Fortune-Telling Book of Colors
Polished Fluorite Skull Figurine
photography by BRITTANY AMBRIDGE
When a mismatched collection of titles evoke a cluttered scene, this simple organizational method establishes a sense of cohesiveness throughout the space.
Lost Art of the Twentieth Century
Wine Books Set
photography by FRANCOIS DISCHINGER
They create an aesthetically-pleasing essence within a space. Elevate the look with chic touches in complementary tones and metallic accents.
Home Made Summer
DwellStudio Urchin DUPLICATE
Vintage Sweet Book
photography by JOSHUA W. MCHUGH
Some of us lack the time (and patience) to organize shelves by genre, title, alphabetically - you name it. This simple solution takes away all the fuss and is even easier to maintain!
Victorian Book Set
Complete Puffin Classics - Set of 11
Cabot Bookshelf – White (Tall)
photography by MATT ALBIANI
It adds a refreshing and modern dynamic to classic interiors with bold colors and old-world style. Here's how you can personalize your space with a bookshelf .
Floral Medallion Madelyn Rug
Quimby Sconce Yellow
Cooper Arm Chair
When working with an exclusive palette, monochrome shelves become an extension of the space, instilling a continuous flow within the decor.
Indigo Huntington Baskets
Cupcakes and Cashmere at Home
This animated arrangement, which doubles as a learning tool, encourages the little ones to explore color through organization. See more creative decorating ideas for kids here.
X Vs. Y
Shapes Pink Combo Area Rug
Slither Dining Side Chair