colorful home decor pieces

5 Modern, Colorful Pieces to Add to Your Apartment

Interior designer Nicole Fuller makes a case for brightening up your home.

By: Jodi Taylor

It’s easy to spend days, months, even years searching for the *perfect* piece of furniture or accessory for your home. At Cov, we don’t take these decisions lightly—to be honest, we’d much rather have an empty living room than one filled with sub-par pieces. Thankfully, our Rolodex of interior designers and decorators has become quite massive as a result of going into people’s homes and closets for a living, so when we need a lending hand, we utilize it.



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colorful home decor pieces

Photo: Nicole Fuller... Read More

colorful home decor pieces

Most recently, we called upon interior designer and art collector Nicole Fuller for a few ideas on how to liven up our spaces. She adds a modern take to her interiors and never shies away from a pop of color (something we could learn from), patterns, or accent pieces. Below, the five pieces she’s currently advising us to buy.

Astier de Villate Marseille Candle, $88

“Candles are a must in any interior. Astier de Villate has one of the best array of scents and styles for whatever you fancy.”

Charles Zana Julie Sofa, $56,710

“Obsessed with this modular sofa by Charles Zana. Its curves and scale are a perfect symphony of beautiful lines and comfort. You can do any color, although I am very much vibing this earthy green-toned velvet.”

Arcade Armchair by Henri Pouenat, Price upon request

“This chair is perfect. Sophistication and color at [their] finest.”

Bella Freud 1970 Cushion, $262

Bella Freud’s shop in London is one of my go-tos when I am in town. As the daughter of Lucian Freud, her brilliant mind and quirky British flair are the right amount of fun and whimsy in any project.”

“The 20’s” Pedestal & Vase by Atelier Vime, Price upon request

“I lust over everything in this Paris atelier, [and] this standing wicker pedestal and vase makes my heart go pitter-patter. It’s a standalone piece as a sculpture, and seconds as endless years of fun with dried flowers.”

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