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 - Bright Gold - Large
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.
Huntington Baskets Indigo
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