20 new things to freshen your home decor


Fall collections of home furnishings, lighting and accessories are rolling out with virtual launches as well as limited-audience showroom events. Many are still participating in the High Point Market, which began last week and continues through Wednesday, while others took a virtual route.

Trends threading through the new collections show fresh colors, more florals and comforting, down-to-earth materials. Here are some favorites from new fall collections.

Tribute Goods Magnolia bedding

Tribute Goods owner and designer Karen Pulaski has released a beautiful new bedding collection, Magnolia, decorated in the charming Southern flowers and showing continued popularity of floral patterns. The Houston-based luxury bedding maker mixes big soft blossoms and soothing greenery in pillows (from $175), sheets (from $425), duvets (from $595) and shams (from $225) in cotton sateen and linen. $175 and up; Tribute Goods store, 3637 W. Alabama, tributegoods.com

Jonathan Adler for Keurig

Jonathan Adler’s energetic and colorful designs — now gracing what might be the sweetest Keurig coffeemaker ever — are the perfect answer to your morning wake-up call. Adler, known for his fresh modern take on home furnishings and accessories, has joined up with Keurig and Target for this new venture, consisting of a K-Mini Brewer ($99.99), mug ($9.99) and a matching storage canister ($14.99.) Target.com, Keurig.com and JonathanAdler.com.

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