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Putting our personal style into words is easier said than done, considering few of us exclusively ascribe to one aesthetic. When established terms like “industrial-farmhouse” or “boho maximalism” don’t quite seem to fit, it can be helpful to define our homes by the types of materials we like, the colors we gravitate toward, and the shapes that speak to us. What better place to start our search for cohesion than with Urban Outfitters’ new furniture lineup?

In the spirit of a spring refresh, the fashion-forward brand recently released six new collections, each with its own distinct design point of view. Trust us: There’s something for everyone to love.

Here’s a breakdown of what to expect from your shopping spree.

If you like woven wicker and muted hues…

Breezy descriptors like “warm,” “airy,” and “natural” take the lead in the Ria Collection, which offers intricate woven materials, soft curves, and organic tones on repeat. Rattan addicts will find comfort in the collection’s larger staples, including a bed frame, dresser, and room divider, while part-time bohemians can get in on the trend with a simple stool or plant stand.

If you like clean edges and cool metals…

Form and function collide by way of dark metals and rich canvas in the Howell Collection. Utilitarian with an edge, the pieces stick strictly to the basics and prioritize storage and service over decoration. That said, the pieces can easily be warmed up by a colorful fringe rug or basket pendant light at a moment’s notice.

If you like plush velvets and vintage silhouettes…

Modern romantics and color lovers can fulfill their boldest cravings a fiery orange velvet sofa or blush pink media stand from the Camila Collection. Vintage fanatics with a more neutral palette in mind need not fear. The collection also encompasses sleek, perforated folding chairs and a coffee table to match.

If you like distressed wood and brass hardware…

The Finley Collection marries minimal simplicity and industrial edge in the most down-to-earth way possible. Re-create the serenity of a zen hotel or five-star spa experience with a slatted wood screen or cushy folding floor bed.

If you like no-fuss storage and easy essentials…

Designed with small-space dwellers in mind, the Wyatt Collection boasts all the essentials one would ever need to fill their first apartment, like a three-drawer dresser made from mango wood, a mid-century-inspired armchair, and a double-duty vanity.

If you like fresh air and sunbathing…

With spring on the horizon, it only makes sense that the brand up its outdoor furniture game in anticipation for warmer weather. This season’s Great Outdoors collection includes portable lawn furniture, desert-inspired seating, and unexpected weaving.

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