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As the return of proper decorating continues roaring forward, polished chintz will once again be red hot. In solid form, the shiny fabric is a crisp antidote to conventional linens and cottons. Think Billy Baldwin and Albert Hadley, who knew a thing about panache and how chintz creates that dapper, well-appointed je ne sais quoi.
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We’re obsessed with the simple, straightforward motifs and techniques of American folk art. They harken back to our country’s roots and give a space an honest, plain-spoken quality. Such unencumbered sophistication speaks to the richness of craft and is Americana at its most chic.
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We can’t get enough of the refreshingly cultivated, carefree spirit of England’s 20th-century Bloomsbury group. Distinctive patterns that happily coexist, palettes that are pretty but not too sweet—the mood conjures rain-swept heaths, artist studios flooded with sunlight and the delight of being steeped in creativity.
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We love what happens when classic decorating lets down its hair: glorious pattern and texture marked by a dose of va-va-voom. It’s Grace Jones and Nan Kempner confabbing over cocktails in killer Fifth Avenue digs. The sumptuous, supremely livable new collection by Timothy Corrigan for Schumacher epitomizes the look.