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I always connect with great home decor brands at the Design Influencers Conference, both familiar and unfamiliar, and this year’s conference was no exception. From local to international brands, there were so many opportunities to get to know some major players in the home retail market and get a glimpse of their newest offerings and introductions. I shared some of my favorite new fabrics that I discovered at the conference last week, and today I have put together furniture, decor, and lighting from some of my favorite brands. See these new collections below…
Aidan Gray has a beautiful mix of European-inspired lighting, furniture, and antique reproductions, and their collections range from full-on glam to sleek contemporary styles. I’m loving the gilded finishes on their newest lighting and the chic black-and-white patterns in their accessories.
Ballard Designs is a local favorite and I especially love seeing their outdoor furniture collections each spring. The mix of modern and traditional in their newest designs offers style for every room, and the endless upholstery options make it so easy to customize their furniture.
I’m always excited to see the latest addition to Circa Lighting‘s designer collaborations, and I love New Orleans-based Julie Neill’s newly released lighting collection. White plaster, modern silhouettes, and natural elements make beautiful statements in her lighting designs.
Another fabulous collaboration comes from Denise McGaha for Currey & Company, featuring lighting and a few case goods that reflect the designer’s glamorous, worldly style, with some sleek Art Deco influences infused into many of the designs.
Jaipur Living is one of the best sources for rugs of all types, but I’m especially loving the warm, light colorways of these three contemporary styles. From natural fibers to hand-knotted wool, there’s something for every room and price point in their newest introductions.
Coastal Living’s first licensed furniture collection is finally here with Universal Furniture and it beautifully captures a contemporary coastal style that can be blended into homes anywhere. I love the mixture of textures and the light, airy finishes that give it that beautiful beachy look.