Avant-Garde Accents

Cutting edge, innovative and progressive are the best terms to describe avant-garde design. By incorporating one avant-garde item into your room design, you can breathe fresh air into a space. Or, add several accents for an inspired new look.

By Melissa Mauzy

 

Cutting edge, innovative and progressive are the best terms to describe avant-garde design. By incorporating one avant-garde item into your room design, you can breathe fresh air into a space. Or, add several accents for an inspired new look.

one: Eufaula rectangular chandelier, by Curry & Co., from Metro Lighting.

two: 5 o’clock shadows wall art, available at Savvy Surrounding Style.

three: Lotus tile, by Artistic Tile, available through Sunderland Brothers Company.

four: Scrolling art in aquarmarine, by Robert Allen, from LuLu Belles Fabrics.

five: Le Meurice, by Christopher Guy, available through KDR Designer Showrooms.

six: Parker pendant, by Curry & Co., available through Metro Lighting.

seven: Bird nest bed, by Christopher Guy, from KDR Designer Showrooms.

eight: Chandelier draped in golden teak hand-cut crystal accented with a harvest gold silk shade, available at Ooh La La.

nine: Compasso table lamp, by Square Walnut, available through Holt Lighting Depot.