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A One Kings Lane Stylist’s Top Picks for Spring

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Our talented stylists work magic every day, dreaming up gorgeous rooms and eye-catching vignettes—and getting up close and personal with many of the items we sell in the process.

Below, stylist Erika Engstrom dishes on what’s caught her eye recently. “I’m currently having a love affair with the color green,” she says—and after perusing Erika’s picks, we are too! Read on for a little spring styling inspiration.

Clockwise from top:

Jaguar Pillow: “Coral & Tusk pieces are always so fun—for kids and adults alike. This jungle-theme pillow adds a little playfulness to a room without feeling over the top.”

Doheny Lamp: “I love to mix natural materials into my decor. With a base made of walnut and frosted resin, this lamp has great contrast and brings a warm and grounding vibe to any room.”

Copabu Triangle Decorative Bowl: “I love the simplicity of this bowl mixed with the texture of the Rwandan weaving along the top.”

Zandy Rug: “This patterned wool rug has a worldly feel, but its neutral palette makes it a really versatile foundation.”

Rockport Chesterfield Sofa (similar here): “Did I mention I’m loving green? This sage sofa is a subtle way to add color to your living room if you’re not ready to commit to colorful walls.”

Clockwise from top:

Galilean Moons II: “This abstract print meshes well with most design styles, and the composition adds tons of depth to a wall.”

Snowflake Large Vase: “This beautiful piece can act both as a vase and a standalone sculptural accent.”

Wave Bookcase: “This teak bookcase by Ethnicraft is a standout. Its clean-lined design helps it fit into rustic, modern, and even traditional spaces.”

Bleeker Bench: “You can always count on Kim Salmela to design a fun piece of furniture. This fringed bench mixes modern and global influences and is a perfect accent piece for a living room, a bedroom, or an entryway.”

Cha Lumbar Pillow: “This midcentury-inspired pillow lends a hint of color and lots of bold pattern to a room.”

Clockwise from top left:

Charlotte Tufted Sofa in Saddle Leather: “You can never go wrong with a classic leather sofa—it’ll work with just about anything. This one’s sloped back reminds me of a more feminine version of a chesterfield.”

Kozu Cotton Pillow: “This Jamie Young pillow is made in India and features a mix of beautiful hand-printed indigo patterns. It would stand out nicely against the tufted leather sofa.”

Emma Log Basket: “This log basket is so sleek and would add a nice pop of color—more green!—next to a fireplace.”

Aria Velvet & Leather Box: “The contrast between the velvet and the leather on this box is beautiful, and I love that it’s functional too.”

Majeure Small Vase: “This hand-carved glass vase is perfect for holding a single bloom, but the colored glass is so beautiful it can easily stand alone.”

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