7 Essential Items For a Sleek Look
These lavish designs are an absolute necessity.
Getting down to basics, bare essential items of distilled beauty: These motivating drivers of good design are more powerful—and provocative—than ever.
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TIMELESS & SUSTAINABLE
Consider the newly unveiled indoor-outdoor Adri chair from designer Arielle Assouline-Lichten, the founder of Brooklyn-based Slash Objects. It makes a statement while brilliantly capitalizing on the compelling push-pull of three primary materials: repurposed remnant marble slabs, brass, and postconsumer recycled rubber. From $9,242 (as shown), available here.
A BOOK OF THE HAMPTONS
A Warhol-era fixture and longtime Hamptons habitué, fashion, lifestyle, and fine art photographer Christophe von Hohenberg has trained his lens on the mystery and enduring allure of the East End’s fragile environment in his brand-new book, The White Album of the Hamptons, published by G Editions, with a foreword by Water Mill resident Jay McInerney. $50, available here.
Minimalism meets its match in the just-launched Victoria round dining table from Australia-based Harbour Outdoor, the newest player in the Hamptons home-furnishings market. Comprising a powder-coated aluminum base and a titanium travertine top, it sets a striking tone in virtually any alfresco setting. $5,550, available here.
Out of sight, out of mind—at least until it’s time to do the wash again. This palm hamper in Cielo (also available in Natural) couldn’t be a more exquisite vessel for corralling all your dirty laundry. $200, available here.
Form and function at its best, this mortar and pestle set is hand-carved by an Umbrian artisan who seeks out fragments of discarded Carrara marble to create objects of exceptional beauty. $250, available here.
FLOWER VASE BY PIERRE MARIE AGIN
Paris-based designer Pierre Marie has thrown a curve ball at traditional ceramic vessels with his new line of whimsical, chic creations for century-old Italian factory Bitossi, available at the Lustare summer popup. $1,100, available here.
The print version of this article appears with the headline: Summer Stock.
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