10 Color-Block Finds We're Loving Right Now

These home goods make the world a more beautiful place, one statement-making, color-blocked piece at a time.
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colorful sculptural Hay Pillar Candles

Escape the tapers! These sculptural Hay Pillar Candles (starting at $45) are the cooler way to dine by candlelight.

Tantuvi No. 7 Sunrise Rug

Layer this handwoven Tantuvi No. 7 Sunrise Rug (starting at $150) over your jute one for a graphic pop.

Fredericks and Mae Full Spectrum Chalk

What begs for color more than concrete? This Fredericks and Mae Full Spectrum Chalk set ($30) proves sidewalk art isn’t just for kids.

Tara Ashe Reversible Glass Vase

The Tara Ashe Reversible Glass Vase ($65) is a minimalist-approved bud vase—it looks beautiful even without flowers.

Helen Levi Magic Hour Dinnerware

Everyone knows a mug can make you happy, so toss your chipped ceramics and upgrade to Helen Levi Magic Hour Dinnerware (giant mug, $62; snack plate, $32) in soft, dusky shades.

retro colorful Igloo picnic cooler

Keep bevs chilled, throwback-style, with this classic Igloo Picnic Cooler ($68) inspired by the official fruit of summer—watermelon!

Celina Mancurti Leather Coasters

The prettiest way to prevent water rings: these cheerful Celina Mancurti Leather Coasters ($36 for a set of 4).

Opalhouse XL Beach Towel

Love the beach but hate the sand? Lounge in style with this Opalhouse XL Beach Towel ($18), big enough to sprawl out on without getting gritty.

Lund London Skittle Water Bottle

Lund London Skittle Bottles ($35) are the new, new way to tote your H2O, and with 59 color combos you can personalize your hydration style.

paint-dipped Closed Mondays Jewelry Tray

Got odds and ends that need corralling? Don’t Kondo them! Just toss them in a paint-dipped Closed Mondays Jewelry Tray (starting at $28), which makes your random stuff look intentional.

This article originally appeared in our Summer 2020 issue. Get the magazine here.