Bold Color, Elegant Lines
This fall we are crazy about teal, turquoise, and peacock blue with anything white.
One of our absolute favorite pieces was the Worth Avenue sofa by Ambella Home. The mastery of the pleated skirt with blue piping and lining sent us over the moon. This type of craftsmanship is hard to come by and the detailing is truly special.
Lighting like the hand blown Biscayne blue glass table lamp and the multi-faceted stone turquoise lamp with white shades from John-Richard are also on our not-to-miss list.
1. Ambella Home Collection
At the end of the day, you can’t go wrong with Celerie Kemble’s beautiful Lacecap bedding at Eastern Accents, inspired by the gardens of grand English country houses. We love the velvet ribbon-bordered duvet cover with this lush Lacecap hydrangea pattern in rich indigo hues and styled with white crisp sheets and a calypso peacock trim.
The Deneuve cabinet by Julian Chichester has the most incredible teal parchment and lacquer finish with a chic metal inlay.
4. Eastern Accents
5. Julian Chichester
This trend pairs mixed metals, tones and textures. We noticed the next wave of refinement for mixed metals in product design this Market. It’s an upgrade wherein fashion meets home, with lots of hammered metals, Aztec gold, and fine wire as treated as textile.
The Bernhardt Furniture showroom had many wonderful metal pieces. The hand hammered, silver tin and metal Ophelia Drawer Chest intrigued us with front facades so sculptural and dimensional they reminded us of a Paul Evans piece.
1. Bernhardt Furniture
The Aramis sconce by Barry Dixon for Arteriors Home is inspired by Alexander McQueen's models with face masks, and is the ultimate couture for the home. The fixture is cast in brass with a convex glass shield and a brass wire ponytail. It literally looks like a provoking piece of art.
The Park Avenue bar cabinet by John-Richard is a stunner all by itself with an Art Deco-inspired repeating wave design. The doors are finished in alternating golds and antique beluga. The case is finished in beluga white, and the metal stand is Aztec gold.
If you are like us, most mirrors start to look alike. Well, not the Natasha mirror from Mr. Brown London. It has a beautiful finish in Aztec gold trim mixed with artisan gold and an aged mirror. The Natasha mirror is a chic take on a classic while improvising nicely on the two-toned metal and glass.
2. Arteriors Home
4. Mr. Brown