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Give Your Home A Facelift for Spring

After the dreary days of winter, it's nice to spruce up your home for spring! We looked to our Inwood Village store for inspiration on the best (and easiest) ways to refresh your interior.

1. Go for faux floral

Long lasting and never out of style, faux flowers are a quick way to instantly brighten up a space. It brings the freshness of nature and the liveliness of spring right into your living room!

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2. Have a gilt trip

Just like the sunshine warms our hearts, warm up your space this spring with a touch of glamorous gold. Gilded accents make all the difference in preparing a home for brighter days.

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3. Pop out the color

Nothing says spring like bright colors! Whether you use pillows, flowers, wall art, or some popping upholstery, having an array of vibrant colors really brings out the best in springtime decor.

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6 Chic Must-Try Storage Solutions

There's no need to wait for spring to start tidying up your home! If you're still stuck inside from the cold, you can get organized for the warmer months with some of our favorite storage options of the season.


If you have beautiful items that you want to store but they're too cute to hide away, then an acrylic trunk is your perfect solution! Their transparent sides mean that your colorful throws, bath towels, or unique treasures can stand out from within.


We love that these types of pieces can store a TON of things, and they also feature a sleek, Scandinavian design that will fit beautifully at the end of a bed or under a window. (Plus, they double as extra seating!)


Bring a refreshing, natural touch to your home with shelving that has traditional charm. They will provide ample space and accent your home with classic beauty and simple, functional design.


These are the simple, organic pieces you need to tone down and de-clutter your home. Depending on the size you need, seagrass baskets can hold anything from extra towels and throws to bathroom and kitchen supplies. (Try tucking three underneath an open coffee table to hide your living room electronics!)


Magazine holders are an easy solution and quick fix to organizing. Besides simply stacking magazines, you can file letters and cards that you don't want to lose! Plus, durable rattan lasts for years and provides an organic texture to your home.


Not only are they super convenient for storing linens, blankets, or extra small decor, but vintage trunks also inspire visions of travel and adventure, standing out in any room with their totally one-of-a-kind look.

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6 Ways To Style The Most Versatile Chairs

Our French-inspired Louis and Chateau Chairs are fan favorites, and when you discover their versatility, it's easy to see why!
Take a look at our designer's tips for styling these two fabulous chairs:

1. The Chic & Intimate Dining Room

In this scene, the Louis Fabric Back Side Chair makes a handsome and cozy statement around a smaller, round dining table. Plus, its natural frame and solid linen colors match well with any eclectic or unique patterns in your décor, like our Moorish Dining Table.

2. The Cozy Office Space

The Louis Fabric Back End Chair pairs beautifully with our Barley Twist Desk with Marble Top. It gives this office space a hint of refinement and a lot of classic comfort.

3. The Contemporary & Classic Dining Room

The Chateau and Louis chairs add just the right traditional touch alongside a modern Acrylic Dining Table. They are the subtle accent of classic décor that keeps a contemporary setting timeless.

4. The Transitional Office Space

The Chateau End Chair grounds this room scene with its timeless appeal. It anchors a contemporary acrylic table and open floor plan to support this airy office space.

5. The Modern Farmhouse Dining Room

These Chateau Side Chairs update the traditional Farmhouse look with their classical appeal. These chairs stand out as sophisticated accent to their rustic counterparts.

6. The Vibrant Sun Room

The Chateau chairs make for inviting seats in a light and breezy sun room or indoor patio. Especially with white linen and the natural oak frame, these light, bright seats are perfect for lining a central table or sitting around the room as accent chairs.


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How-to: Bringing Nature’s Fresh Simplicity Indoors

Editor’s note: There's something absolutely remarkable about the outdoors that can ignite the feelings of tranquility and stillness we often crave. John Muir said it best: "Nature's peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees. The winds will blow their own freshness into you, and the storms their energy, while cares will drop off like autumn leaves." We love highlighting Nature's beauty in our homes, mimicking a similar peacefulness created by earthy, eclectic pieces. Kristan Allen, wife, mother, and creator of designs with a vintage-modern mix on Farmhouse Redefined, shares simple ways to bring the beauty of nature into your home for a refreshing start to 2018.

Does anyone else get extraordinarily excited at the promise a new year brings? I always feel energized at the chance to reset and start with a clean slate…especially when it comes to home décor! After all the hustle and bustle of the holidays, I find myself craving fresh, simplistic décor. And what better way to channel fresh and simplistic than by taking cues from nature?

From soothing color palettes to varying textures, Mother Nature offers a wealth of design inspiration that can work well in any room of your home. And it’s easy to add a touch of nature to freshen up an existing space. To celebrate the New Year and a fresh start, I’m rounding up some of my favorite nature-inspired décor from Wisteria!


1.Wood-Toned Accents

I love the natural beauty of wood tones…they instantly add warmth and dimension to a space. For a quick and easy update, try Wisteria’s Aged Wooden Pot. It comes in different shapes and sizes and can be used as a standalone accent or as a vase. Here on my living room built-ins, the large wooden pot gives my leftover holiday greens a new lease on life. I love the warm wood against the painted shelves and the aged patina pairs perfectly with my vintage books and an old sketch.

If you’re looking to incorporate wood tones on a bigger scale, try the Teak Cube Side Table. This chunky table makes a statement all on its own. It’s a great way to add an organic element to your room and it’s a lot more versatile than you might think! It would be fun to pair it with a variety of styles, including rustic or modern.

2. Flora and Fauna

I have a thing for botanical-inspired accents…for me, they add a touch of easy elegance! The dainty pattern on the Round Floral Vine Brass Tray complements its aged silver finish and would be a great foundation for a table centerpiece. You could also try hanging it on a wall – alone or as part of a gallery – for a fun and unexpected twist!

While we’re on the subject of botanicals, I couldn’t pass up the intricate pattern of the X-Ray Leaf Vein Print. The black and white color scheme amps up the drama of this print, but the simple frame makes it versatile enough to hang anywhere. With various prints in this series, you could hang them together for a high-impact gallery wall.

3. Bone and Marble

The smooth texture of bone and marble always draws me in with its cool sophistication. Plus, the typically muted colors of these materials make them an easy addition to any décor. The Bone and Wood Striped Frame is such a fun way to mix materials and show off a favorite photo. I’ll let you in on a little secret – the wisteria print seen here actually came with the frame. I think it’s pretty enough to leave in there all the time! I styled this frame on a coffee table tray and it looks great with the mix of textures and finishes. It’s hard to go wrong with stripes in my book!

It’s also hard to go wrong with a good objet d’art…especially when it’s functional, too! These White Marble Sphere Bookends are perfect for holding up your books in style.

What are some of your favorite ways to channel nature in your décor? We’d love to see them! (Tag @wisteriahomedecor, and use the hashtag #wisteriastyle because a winner is chosen monthly to receive a $500 Wisteria gift card!) Wishing everyone a fresh and bright start to the New Year!

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In Her Own Words: Finding Your Christmas Look

img_1249-1“I love that Wisteria gives me beautiful, timeless decor options that I can insert into my home and personal style. From a Parisian flea market inspired mirror over my fireplace mantle to classic blue and white vases dotting my home, I love the statement pieces that Wisteria offers and how it adds a punch of style and design whenever you place them in your home.”                            –Heather Fujikawa

Using their holiday decor is so natural to do as well. I was able to add it to my personal style and holiday decor items of the past as Wisteria offers beautiful natural pieces in neutral colors that you can insert in any space.

I love the oversized gilt glass ornaments mixed with the dainty and unique jeweled heart ornaments on my tree. The Zari Embroidery table runner and stockings remind me of when my husband and I lived in Italy. It brings in a classical European feel with the elements of beading, embroidery and gold tassels. These classical options warm the heart and the home with meaning behind each choice. 

Whenever I add a touch of Wisteria in my home I feel that I added an old friend in, one that is long lasting and well thought.

Here are some tips of how to infuse statement Wisteria Holiday design into your home this Holiday season:

img_13491. Create a Holiday color scheme and stick to it throughout your home to create design flow. Once you determine your colors you will know what items naturally and beautifully flow into your home and decor. I chose my signature colors to be berry, gold and silver. When I knew I wanted to center my holiday design around these colors it was natural to find things that would flow into the design color scheme like the gilt glass ornaments on my tree or the silver victorian glass finials accessorizing the mantle.

img_12842. Make everyday accessories new again with holiday accessorizing. Dress up a classic kitchen wooden tray like this Wooden Parat and turn it into a hot cocoa station with colorful delights. It’s a fun accent to your kitchen counter and presents a warm welcome to guests who stop by through the Holidays.



3. Accent Wisteria accessories with natural elements. Encircle your Wisteria holiday accessories with the most complementary element there is; all things natural. From boxwood garland to boxwood wreaths to a Douglas fir Christmas tree, nothing pops beautiful designs more than bringing some of the outdoors in with the use or wreaths, garland and trees around your home through the Holidays.


See Heather’s full Wisteria holiday look here:

Photography: Heather Moore

All photos courtesy of: GoodHomes India Magazine 



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