If It’s Not As Bold As These 7 Beauties of Decor, Why Bother?
This month's round-up of design discoveries from the Hamptons and beyond.
Is it heaven or is it the Hamptons? Fill your beachside abode with the below furnishings– from bottle openers that will fit in the palm of your hand to modernist sofas on which to lay your head– and you won’t be able to tell!
Product designers are throwing convention out the window and playing all the angles this fall. Texas-based decorating darling Nina Magon, for one, has been thinking big (impact) with Alina, her debut tabletop collection. Its zigs and zags daringly break with tradition and will leave you begging for extra helpings. $70, available here .
Among Alabama-based upholstery wizard Grant Trick’s new collection of home furnishings is the shearling-lined Hastings tête-a-tête, perfect for exchanging bons mots and juicy secrets. Pricing starts at $7,500 at Profiles.
The hippest bath accessories around are being curated by Quiet Town in, you guessed it, Brooklyn. Handwoven in India, the firm’s Mendocino cotton bath rug is inspired by the chill Pacific Coast city from which it takes its name. Available in four colorways (shown: Moon Jelly), $62, at Nordstrom.
Designer Lara Bohinc has made a veritable lunar landing with her Moonrise sconce for Roll & Hill. Comprising shifting shapes, it mimics the ever-changing phases of the night sky’s brightest light. Available here in matte black (shown) and brushed brass, $2.600.
Cracking open a bottle has never looked chicer than with this hand-crafted cast-iron opener from Japan. $28, at S&S Corner Shop.
Maide, the first flat-fold dining chair from the skilled Irish furniture makers Orior, is hand-crafted from pure walnut, yet comparatively light as a feather, thanks to its intricate design. $3,100, available here.