7 Product Picks That Channel Chevron’s Fun Comeback


a dining room with colorful accents

Chevron was arguably an overdone go-to of the early aughts, but New York City designer Nick Olsen implores design buffs to recall the pattern’s posh uses—think Emilio Terry chairs, 18th-century Georgian doors, and those memorable floors by Albert Hadley. “I keep going back to chevron because you can tweak the proportions, add embellishments and color, and, voila, it feels fresh all over again,” he raves. Case in point: this Olsen-designed Bedford, New York, dining room. Here, we round up creative market picks that play off the playful design.

a blue placemat

Save Venice Placemats in Blue by Los Encajeros for Moda Domus / $795 for four / modaoperandi.com.

a beige dresser

Subtle Gesture Dresser / Price upon request / caracole.com.

a colorful pouf

Phrae Cylinder Pouf / $875 / missoni.com.

an angular chair

Zig Zag Chair by Gerrit Thomas Rietveld / Price upon request / cassina.com.

colorful chevron-patterned tile

Meta Chevron Mosaic Tile in Fiji by Elizabeth Sutton / $27.50 per square foot / tilebar.com.

cocktail glasses

Piano Cocktail Glasses in Dizzy / $100 for two / sophieloujacobsen.com.

a wavy necklace

Wavy Collar Necklace / $15,000 / akailareid.com.