Sources: Details and Decor

  1. The Crackle Fire Screen from John Lyle Design is just one of this talented metalsmith’s many offerings. Shown in polished bronze and available in all JL bronze finishes except “blanc,” its dimensions are 40 by 30 by 6.75 inches.
  2. The Sundial Mirror from Anthropologie is a truly one-of-a-kind piece as its handmade, artisanal qualities add classic style to any room. It’s available in three sizes and is constructed of iron, glass, and engineered hardwood.
  3. The Royal Palm Print from Lisa Hunt Creative evokes the feel of antique textiles. Inspired by the artist’s time in Bali, it places her characteristic gold—used as a unifier throughout her collection—up against a rich grey background.
  4. Haute Deco has introduced a new range of handles called Sensation. Bronze, patterned elements are encapsulated in varying shapes of crystal resin, creating an ethereal, mystical effect.
  5. The O’Connor Decanters from Arteriors are mouth-blown amber glass, perfect for either bathroom settings or on top of a bar. Comes in a set of three.
  6. These decorative throw pillows from Donna Karan Home provide sophistication and comfort all at the same time. Perfect for small boutique properties with low room counts, the Ivory Reflection Sequin pillow (left) and the Square Off pillow (right) both have a 95 percent feather and 5 percent down insert.
  7. Nomon’s Bilbao clock by José María Reina is the perfect utilization of negative space. Walnut wood hands operate within a fiberglass circle, which is available in black or white. Hands can be lacquered in either of those options or red.