Trend We Love: Oil Slick Colors

Trend We Love: Oil Slick Colors

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Get to know the ancient pattern with some serious staying power.
How a drink the color of mop water inspired one Lonny editor to get right with her insides.
This season, the classic striation gets an artistic update
Few fruits have captivated the design world quite like this one
Thanks to Andrew Bird's L.A. Home and Altuzarra's latest collection, we've found the formula for the perfect spring bed
It's officially spring—time to brighten up your home with these cheery designs from our new Great.ly shop
This classic check made a strong appearance on the Spring 2015 runways and the design world took notice
Not just for construction sites anymore, designers are using this quotidian material in the most unexpected ways
Geometric designs of the 3-D variety take cubism to a whole new level
Move over standard-issue candle—there's a cooler way to bring fragrance into your home
The trompe l'oeil wallpaper in Mischa Lampert's Manhattan apartment has seeking out more ways to bring tufting into our lives
We're willing to bet that this trend will be huge, thanks to Lupita's red-carpet stunner at the Academy Awards
Sleek minimalism meets functionality with the latest crop of decor items to hit the market
Military-inspired, canvas-and-wood folding beds find a place indoors.
Showcase your greenery on one of these stylish pedestals
Forget that dive bar beer sign. We've found some compelling reasons to bring this artful lighting home.
Meet the classic pattern's edgy, modern little sister
Move over, Mr. Fox. The hottest animal motif of 2015 is the swan
Our New Year's resolution for 2015? Shop smarter. We just might follow through this time around thanks to direct-to-consumer home brands.
This year, ditch the traditional red and green and opt instead for an unexpectedly pink palette
Looking to refresh your holiday decor? Forgo the standard skirt and try a tree basket.
The recently reopened Peninsula Paris is one of the City of Light’s preeminent palace hotels. Below, an opulent array inspired by its interiors
Whether on your bed or on your iPhone, these cosmic patterns beg the question "What's your sign?"
Clockwise from top left: Diane von Furstenberg x The Rug Company rug, $138 per square foot; Ladurée Python macaron box, $28 (available at Ladurée SoHo and Ladurée Madison); Anna-Karin Karlsson sungl...
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