(Cox’s floral picks are pictured below and their descriptions begin at top left and go clockwise.)

Light Bright

“Golden Murano glass petals unfurl to create a showstopper of a chandelier. Create design drama by using this traditional piece in a contemporary setting.”
Cyan Design Moritz pendant in yellow, $2,512. wayfair.com

Little Blossoms

“Add this trio of petaled forget-me-nots to a changing table or a simple dresser for a delicate touch in a nursery.”
Floral Burst knob in forget-me-not, $8. anthropologie.com

Eat Your Greens

“Greens are everywhere this summer, from chartreuse
to teal, thanks to Pantone’s Color of 2013: emerald.”
Marin Flora 8.25-inch plate, $8.95. crateandbarrel.com

Fluff It Up

“Happy-chic purveyor Jonathan Adler picks the perfect mid-century modern bloom to brighten a sofa or chair.”
Jonathan Adler Brasilia flower pillow, $145.
Jonathan Adler, 158 Fillmore St., Denver, 303-377-1742, jonathanadler.com

Summery Storage

“Thousands of tiny pieces of ethically-culled bone are hand-inlaid in this lapis-colored chest. Brighten up an entry or flank a bed for storage with a flourish.”
Hilliard two-drawer chest, $2,259. horchow.com

Golden Glow

“Put this dynamic, handmade golden floor lamp next to a chair that needs a little zing.”
Stray Dog Designs Vertical Garden floor lamp, $998. anthropologie.com

Sitting Pretty

“At a Palm Springs spa, Grandpa’s wingback slimmed down and found itself.”
Victor armchair in Sarah Campbell Floral Ivory/Green, $749. West Elm, 2955 E. First Ave., Denver, 303-320-1001, westelm.com


“One weed Coloradans can agree on: delicate cow parsley to dress up a kitchen or powder room.”
Cole & Son Cow Parsley wallpaper, $176 per single roll (suggested retail). Available through the trade at Kravet/Lee Jofa, Denver Design District, 595 S. Broadway, Denver, 303-733-1891