There’s no denying the enduring appeal of silver that spans centuries, and this season—metallics have taken over in the most unapologetic of ways as seen at Ferragamo, Diesel and Paco Rabanne. As the axiom of sophistication and timeless elegance, these metallic marvels bring a touch of luxury and glamour to every living space. So we suggest it’s about time you brought the shine inside your home with these timeless pieces that’ll push you into futuristic territory.
We admit, a banged-up RIMOWA certainly earns you a fair bit of street cred. There’s nothing quite like embracing the imperfections that comes with journeying across the world; nicks, dents and all. As the crème de la crème of travel companions, if there’s any suitcase that makes cut for the fashion zeitgeist of today—you best bet it’s from the Germain maison.
If you’ve got a lonely corner in your home that needs a little dressing up,consider an accentchair like this one to meet the functional needs of additional seating and a subdued addition of acurved silhouette. We say it’s just the right touch for the noncommittal decorators out there.
A carefully curated bouquet will do wonders to liven up a space, but a well selected vase to house your blooms will most certainly elevate your florals to a work of art in its own right. We suggest supporting local with this stainless steel vessel from Kuukka for an interesting juxtaposition.
Inspired by the sinuous design of local street signs, you can count on Marselis’s lamp to fit seamlessly in any room in need of light. The super slick design also means it’ll pair well with most décor styles, while illuminating the room without stealing the show thanks to its slim profile.
If you’re wondering why your space is looking a little cold, it may be worth considering adding a pendant light into your home to give it a sense of intimacy and warmth while playing with the proportions given the perfect opportunity over a dining table or a kitchen counter. This hemispheric piece dates back to 1968 designed by Verner Panton and is bound to add a contemporary touch to any space.
Designer candles have long been a coveted insignia of our allegiance to the world of fashion beyond apparel. Making a foray into the cult of home fragrances, Alexander McQueen’s GhostFlower candle strikes just the right balance between the floral notes ofPeony while retaining depth and intrigue with patchouli as a base note.
You don’t need to love happy hour to appreciate this tactile mid-century stunner. As practical asit issleek, the handy storage solution works perfectly as a makeshift bar top for a festive soirée or as a display rack for a sizable coffee table book collection.
The acme of industrial design, the Aspide Table Lamp was first introduced in the 1970’s as thecolliding worlds of playful yet functional design. There’s nothing quite a lustrouschrome finish togive your home a little bit of glamour and whimsy.