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In many parts of the country, January is a bleak affair, a time when all that is green and colorful has well and truly disappeared and won’t be returning until May at the earliest.

Luckily, we all live in Louisiana, where the flower gods are kind enough to send us the camellia to sustain us until spring. Taking our cue from nature, this month we bring you a shot of pure saturated color. Whether you choose cut flowers such as the ones shown here from Urban Earth Design Studios or something more permanent such as the coffee table from Ray Langley Interiors, go ahead and revitalize your home with dazzling, effulgent color! Playful Geometry
Rug by Ligne Roset and red glass table by Glas Italia topped with a lamp by B & B Italia. All from Ray Langley Interiors. In Bloom
Assortment of fresh-cut flowers, including orchids, peonies and clematis. All from Urban Earth Design Studios. Bowled Over
In foreground: Blown glass by Prentice Hicks. In the background: Flip-flop mat and red crocodile purse. All from Judy at the Rink. Pitcher Perfect
On Tissage Moutet tea towel: Recycled Spanish glass pitcher filled with Sabre flatware in Lapis, Garden Green, Purple, Orange, Pink and Turquoise. All from Quince.

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