Have a Maximalist Moment

From boisterous prints to exotic accessories, maximalism is here to stay

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A collaboration by Clarke & Clarke and Wedgwood for Kravet, the Botanical Wonders collection of fabrics and wallpapers celebrates the beauty and diversity of nature

A collaboration by Clarke & Clarke and Wedgwood for Kravet, the Botanical Wonders collection of fabrics and wallpapers celebrates the beauty and diversity of nature. For bedding applications, vibrantly colored exotic flowers and majestic birds make the boldest of bedroom statements.

A body reminiscent of tree branches and a dense outer layer of blooms give shape to the Lily chandelier by Corbett Lighting, a piece without equal

A body reminiscent of tree branches and a dense outer layer of blooms give shape to the Lily chandelier by Corbett Lighting, a piece without equal. Twelve bulbs within send out a bright and welcoming layer of light. 

Available as a fabric or wallcovering, the Magic Mountain Dragon pattern by Schumacher

Available as a fabric or wallcovering, the Magic Mountain Dragon pattern by Schumacher offers the brand’s take on chinoiserie with foo dogs and fire-breathing creatures on a yellow background that’s meant to be noticed.

Evocative of neo-romantic style, the One Fifth Scroll hall table by Ralph Lauren Home is expertly crafted from solid mahogany with a hand-applied finish

Evocative of neo-romantic style, the One Fifth Scroll hall table by Ralph Lauren Home is expertly crafted from solid mahogany with a hand-applied finish. The sculptural form is defined by stylized scroll supports, which are enhanced with hand-carved impressions.

A Midas touch with Hollywood Regency flair, the Feather floor lamp by A Modern Grand Tour most certainly commands attention thanks to its solid brass base and exquisite ostrich plumage

A Midas touch with Hollywood Regency flair, the Feather floor lamp by A Modern Grand Tour most certainly commands attention thanks to its solid brass base and exquisite ostrich plumage.

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Text by Luis R. Rigual

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