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What tends to catch my eye? Classic shapes and materials with a slight or unexpected twist. That way, the look feels new but not overly trendy.
The blackened silver finish on this cool pendant reminds me of old pewter, yet the shape and exposed cord feel new and contemporary — a great option for a kitchen or entryway.
This vase says "summer" to me and would be perfect for bunches of wildflowers or just a couple of large tropical leaves. The transition from a glazed to matte finish reminds me of where sea meets rock -- just beautiful.
I don't own a bathrobe (I know, I'm missing out!), so this one may end up in my cart. Lightweight for summer but still cozy enough for layering and bundling up in the winter. Very tempting!
Oval mirrors offer maximum flexibility. Hang two vertically over double sinks in a bathroom (and make the ceiling look higher) or hang one horizontally over a console, chest or bookcase.
For al fresco dining, transport linens, plates and condiments out to your table with this sturdy basket. The whitewashed bottom adds a fresh twist.
Saturated yellow is the season's big colour - I'm seeing it everywhere. To experiment with the trend, try a set of tea towels, complete with a subtle floral print and pretty eyelet hem.
Texture calls out to me and I love how the "print" on this pillow comes from small applied pieces of trim. The mustard and natural colour combo is timeless and chic, too.
The scale of this lamp would look great on a console table — a pair would be even better. I was drawn to the handmade, burnished-looking base offset by a crisp white shade.
I’m drawn to the mix of glass and oak, and need this set to up my coffee-and-tea game when guests come over.
The rich tones of this runner would add an injection of soulfulness to an entryway or hallway — or even a kitchen.
The mix of wood finishes gives this piece depth while the metal supports add refinement. This piece would work indoors or out, though I can envision it in my backyard topped with potted herbs!
Just in time for summer, these Florentine-made acrylic tumblers look and feel like glass. If they're good enough for Europe's finest hotels, they're good enough for me!