Lulu and Georgia's Spring Collection Is All About Serene Vibes

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Today, online home and decor destination Lulu and Georgia launched their new spring collection. The company calls the collection "organic yet tailored, imperfect yet elevated, sculptural yet amorphous" and we're definitely getting a lot of those vibes.

"The idea was really to focus on quality over quantity and to show the beauty of raw, natural materials," Sara Sugarman Brenner, the company's founder said. "We know that things are uncertain right now, but more than ever we want to continue to inspire our customers to help make their homes a place of peace, solace, and relaxation."

The collection definitely includes plenty of relaxed yet sturdy pieces — from wicker and wood chairs to tiki-inspired consoles. Other highlights from the collection include various rugs and pillows in muted color tones with classic designs, earthenware in similarly rustic shades, and dressers that look like they were taken straight out of a beach house.

Here are a few of the highlights of the collection; shoppers can also enjoy a 10% discount with code SPRING, through April 12.

1. Nia Bed, $2,628

This bed features rustic details like the fabric headboard (and we especially love the teak stools it's styled with in this photo).

2. Alvi Dining Chair (Natural), $676

These wicker and wood chairs give off a relaxed vibe that's an instant classic.

3. Chanee Vijay Colorblock Pillow (Sienna), $158

We love this pillow in a muted tone, as a way to add a new dimension to an all-white space.

4. Vedima Console Table (Teak), $2,587

Much like the wicker chairs, this console table gives off a laid-back yet chic twist to any space.

5. Evet Rug (2-by-3 feet), $148

Pieces like this patterned rug finish off the look of the collection and are handmade by artisans especially for Lulu and Georgia, so no two are alike.


Laura is a New York City-based freelance writer who writes about travel, food, and design. Her work has appeared in Architectural Digest, Bon Appétit, GQ, Condé Nast Traveler, and more. She's a sucker for a good curbside furniture find.

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