Go Bold With These 5 Home Statement Pieces

Move over minimalism: The maximalist aesthetic features statement pieces, bright colors, geometric patterns and even a little pop art inspiration
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This rainbow-hued patch rug from Ligne Pure (from $659) has the potential to liven up the drabbest Seattle day. Available at Alchemy Collections, Belltown, 2111 First Ave.; 206.441.2350

The wallpaper designers behind Bainbridge Island–based Abnormals Anonymous offer this cheeky new print ($130 per yard) that’s reminiscent of the popcorn ceiling—in a good way. Available at abnormalsanonymous.com

Internationally acclaimed British designer Tom Dixon has a new line of stubby, curved upholstered chairs called Fat (from $1,400). Available at Inform Interiors, Capitol Hill, 1526 Bellevue Ave.; 206.622.1608

With a sleek design and personality to spare, these powder-coated steel bookends ($32 each, in sage, coral or yellow) from Seattle-based Fruitsuper design studio marry fashion and function. Available at fruitsuper.com

Local artist Genevieve St. Charles, who goes by Goldsuit, is turning her signature oversize pop art pieces into custom furniture, like this hand-cut and -painted, resin-coated peach side table ($300). Available at artofgoldsuit.com

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