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South by Southwest

Tracy Bulla, Retail Editor 3 -- Home Accents Today, November 28, 2011

Prepare to be captivated by Southwestern sophistication at its best — an earthy blend of native tribal prints, artisan ceramics and pottery, and mid-century modern design curated with a quiet flair for the dramatic.

Graphic stripe patterns imbue a calming effect in a soothing palette of earth tones from Elite Leather ($125 each).

Elite Leather
Control Brand

Originally released in 1945, the Finn Juhl 45 chair expresses fluidity through solid wood with the delicate curvature of the arms in this elegant mid-century modern design from Control Brand ($2,025).

Hand-woven on upright looms, the flat-woven, reversible rug references a tribal vibe with bold, geometric imagery from AMS Imports ($995, 6x9).

AMS Imports
Arteriors Home

Arteriors Home's serenely sculptural lamp replicates the look of hand-thrown pottery.

Wooden cubes of varying heights create a highly textured frame for Tozai Home's mirror, lending the modern design a slightly rustic quality.

Tozai Home

Sunny orchids and succulents mingle in an artisan-inspired pottery cube from NDI ($325).

An arresting tribal pattern adds an ethnic slant to Safavieh's simply styled stool.


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