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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.
This chair's slightly scooped back and inky upholstery caught my eye right away. It's a twist on the traditional wingback with just a dash of mid-century modern flavour.
Vintage rugs tell a story. I could see this one looking gorgeous in a room with light wood floors and contemporary matte black accents. I love its mix of spicy reds and oranges with cool blues.
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.
With graphic white linen tape, the armless Sloan Sofa has timeless appeal. Confession: It makes me want to redecorate my living room!
I’m never without a tube of hand cream in my desk. This rich formula is great for winter months — plus, the packaging is adorable.
Proof that storage can be stylish. These would be right at home in a hallway, bedroom or laundry room.
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.
When the temperature drops, my design motto is simple: Velvet everything, please!
The rich tones of this runner would add an injection of soulfulness to an entryway or hallway — or even a kitchen.
I’m in the midst of renovating my bedroom and this throw is the perfect mix of cosy and sophisticated. It would also make a fantastic holiday gift.
To my eye, the palette and shapes in this mixed-media piece by Russna Kaur are both soothing and energetic.
Linear and luxe, this bar cart has a modernity that’s irresistible.