HOW TO BRING IT HOME: No doubt partially motivated by Mad Men’s enduring success, mid-century modern design continues to gain momentum. Invest in a distinctively retro piece like this sculptural chair, whose cheery upholstery will make it the focal point of any room.
HOW TO BRING IT HOME: From muted color palettes to organic materials, naturally influenced design is having a moment. Stacked slices of smooth alabaster make this understated table lamp stand apart from the pack.
HOW TO BRING IT HOME: A full-fledged minimalist lifestyle certainly isn’t for everyone; if you’re the kind of person who can’t imagine owning just a handful of books, opt for a sleek display piece with ample shelving, like this geometric scene-stealer.
Large Feuille Bowl, Jess Panza ($250). Barneys New York, Grand Canal Shoppes at Venetian and Palazzo, 702-629-4200
HOW TO BRING IT HOME: The bohemian look has been popular for a while now, but it’s important to restrain yourself from going overboard when trying it out at home. Avoid entering into psychic-parlor territory by focusing your energy on accessories—potted plants, ceramic vases, and eye-catching pieces like this glittery crushed-glass bowl.
HOW TO BRING IT HOME: Interior designer Kelly Wearstler is considered the reigning queen of mixing ultra-luxe textures with bold colors and metallic accents. Get the same high-glam aesthetic with her tempered-glass coffee table with antique bronze edges.
Alexa Reclaimed Wood King Bed, West Elm ($1,799). The District at Green Valley Ranch, 702-263-5083
HOW TO BRING IT HOME: You can embrace both sustainable and stylish approaches simultaneously. Minimize your footprint with a reclaimed-wood bed frame made from recycled pine and finished with a warm honey stain.
HOW TO BRING IT HOME: Looking to dip your toes into the Southwestern trend? Start with smaller details like rugs, throw blankets, or mismatched pillows. Inspired by traditional folk-art patterns, this hand-knotted rug is the perfect desert-themed accessory for a laid-back living room.