Style Spotters Spring 2022 Preview

Our home fashion experts pick their Spring Market must-sees

Our Spring Market lineup features totally on-trend styles, exquisitely executed in performance fabrics and sustainable materials. You’ll see delightfully rounded and super sleek yet still comfy forms. Oh, and look out for the sexy silhouettes, seriously playful shapes, multifunction marvels, simply sophisticated statements, and pieces that sing of a creative soul.

Kelly Collier-Clark

EJ Victor for Alfredo Paredes Studio

Stunning. What I love most is the complementary contrast of the wood base with the light upholstery; it’s totally on trend in modern contemporary furniture design. I'm excited to see the rest of the collection with EJ Victor for Alfredo Paredes Studio focusing more on performance fabrics and sustainable, natural materials – all the qualities we want to bring to our clients’ homes.

Obipso Bed


I love a shelf that can make a statement and is functional for storage. This style in walnut wood can be understated or dramatic; either way they had me at hello!

Stiletto Shelves

Kelly Finley

Nathan Anthony Furniture

In love with the rounded shapes of the seat and the sophistication of the resin balls as legs. It's a great take on the too often pretty boring daybed.

Alais Daybed

Mr. Brown London

Modern and sleek dining chairs can look uncomfortable, but this arm chair seems to achieve the desired look while also being comfy. I love the clean lines of the wood frame contrasted with the coziness of the fabric in the seating and back.

Cornette Arm Chair

Jacob Laws

Saba Italia

There's a pedestal table and then there's a pedestal table with style for days, and the Italians know style. With clean lines, a sexy silhouette, and classic simplicity, Saba has created an unexpected piece of art by adding a sculptural element to the pedestal in its purest form.

Teatro Magico Table

Corbett Lighting

I love the torchiere shape on a sconce; it bounces the light off of the ceiling and other surfaces as opposed to being a direct light source right on top of you (I'm calling out can lights). Aside from giving a lovely glow, the design is pretty enough to just be pretty without being precious or darling. It draws from mid century French design that turned playful into serious business. Think of the profiles of iconic pieces by Mouille, Royère, and Prouvé. Like this piece, they all had a cultivated and refined aire that translates into good taste.

Esperanza Wall Sconce

Jennifer Mabley


We're always looking for exciting ways to add a moment in an unexpected place. With a range of patterns, textures, and colors – along with Vahallan's modular approach – the Breeze Block Collection brings a graphic touch to any number of spaces. And, it gives you a fun level of control over scale and design!

Breeze Block Collection

Worlds Away

It's no secret Mabley Handler loves a well-turned table. Made Good's Patricia delivers more than a few options to subtly bring a touch of coastal nature to a space. We can also see this in a primary bedroom or home office as much as living space!


Rachel Mautner

Corbett Lighting

Lighting is single handedly one of the most important design elements; it can channel the entire ambiance of a room. The Peony Pendant by Corbett is no exception. The feminine curves and gold leaf finish attract your eye, creating an effortless statement piece for any room.

Peony Pendant

Nathan Anthony Furniture

This postmodern silhouette is eye-catching, innovative, and playful. I love the dramatic shape and pattern of the front legs, and the citron velvet. I'm a sucker for artful, statement pieces and the Alais Chair fits the bill.

Alais Chair

Kurt Jacob Miller


With its mix of metals and bold shape, this chic sconce works perfectly whether dressing up a main living area or lending itself to a more casual space. What I appreciate most about it is the notion it's a bit of a chameleon piece and can follow a family through any number of interior moods!

Malone Sconce

Sarreid Ltd.

In Denali, Sarreid has managed to fuse a somewhat organic feeling with a sense of drama that is often hard to come by. In addition to the rich wood grain, I really love the unexpected silhouette of this incredibly versatile piece!

Denali Console Table

Monika Nessbach

Alfonso Marina

Organic shapes, a beautiful mix of substrates and multi functionality all in one piece. We love the shape and the elegant integration of a side table function by adding length. And let's talk about the primavera wood base, please. Gorgeous!

Antibes Chaise


We are all about getting closer to nature and the new Tempaper collection does just that. With several colorways and patterns reminiscent of botanicals and seagrass, adding a touch (or accent wall) of nature into your space is a breeze.

The Wilds Collection

Lucy Penfield

Ngala Trading

I love the sexy silhouettes and the curry yellow color, not to mention the brass metal legs and the tiger print!

Ardmore Stools

Ro Sham Beaux

I am always intrigued by a dramatic light fixture for a stairway or dining table. This has both style and curiosity.

Lillian Chandelier

Jana Platina Phipps

Stephen Wilson Studio

A luxurious silk scarf is creatively reimagined and repurposed using mixed media and embroidery techniques to create a delightfully modern art piece. Manus x Machina, multi-layered and marvelous. J'adore!

True Love Embroidered Art


Artisanal fabrication and unique embellishment techniques in these luscious pillows from India add creative soul to any decor. They may even quench wanderlust from your living room sofa.

Jungle & Ferns Pillow Collection

DuVäl Reynolds

Ngala Trading

You can never go wrong with walnut and boucle! This chair pairs a familiar silhouette with an indigenous African design, while seamlessly blending luxury and comfort. Love!

Malta Chair


Never underestimate the impact of a great table lamp! We love how the design and shade feel so simple and casual, while the metal and crystal mix create a more sophisticated declaration. Such a flexible piece!

Mckenna Table Lamp