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While the ripples of its summer collabs with Rhode and Marimekko are still in effect, West Elm is jumping right into its next seasonal debut: a textural and jewel-toned fall collection. Among the many new products—touching everything from furniture to bedding to lighting—we noted a trio of trends that caught our attention. The standouts include rattan-adorned lamps, oxblood-hued credenzas, and two-tone rugs and cabinets. Pluck your favorites from our top 12, featured below, or peruse the entire unveiling here.

Head-to-Toe Rattan

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The super-versatile Amelia floor lamp was the first to catch our eye here—covered top to bottom in rattan, the built-to-last light is our kind of accent piece. It’s available in a tabletop size, too, so you can coordinate if that’s your thing. The new foldable Zeze divider has adjustable feet that’ll keep it steady on any type of flooring, and the very cute Brooke wall mirror comes with hardware included.

Crimson Clad

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Red always adds an opulent pop to interiors, and we’re seeing all kinds of couches sporting the hue these days—not to mention chairs, cabinets, and side tables. Spiced cacao is the name of the game at West Elm this season; the warm crimson color can be seen on the Bryant solid wood dining chair, Parsons glossy nightstand, and Hollis low-slung media console.

A Two-Tone Take

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Seventies-chic shaggy rugs, graphic bar cabinets, and travertine-mango wood coffee tables all contribute to a dual-tone vibe throughout the collection. Whether it’s two types of wood, two colors of the same wool, or two entirely different materials, we’re loving the mix-and-match potential of it all.

Shop the whole new collection on West Elm.