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Kimberley is also asking Santa for these Matteo vintage linen sheets, “for snowy Sunday mornings spent reading in bed.”
“This CB2 fixture is somewhat bug-like in a sophisticated way,” notes H&H’s creative associate. “I love that the arms move around for customized lighting. The exposed cords and wing nuts are also standout elements.”
Another item on Reiko’s wish list? Some bold patterns to brighten up her apartment. “I love a woven bath towel — especially the pale teal at the bottom of the pile on the left. Stripes never go out of style,” she insists. And a few fun bowls: “I can’t decide if I want multiples for the kitchen or a few for the bathroom or bedside table. The light melon colour on the interior is the cherry on the cake.”
“I wish someone would just buy it for me already!” exclaims Challen, H&H’s VP of communications. The bladeless fan marries form and function beautifully.
“And I wouldn’t mind a roll of this,” Kai says of this large-patterned wallpaper from Brooklyn design studio Eskayel.
H&H.com’s associate editor is sticking to items she actually needs. “I’ve been on the hunt for a hard-wearing indoor/outdoor mat for a while now, but most of the patterns make me cringe,” she says. “This West Elm coir rug is woven from coconut husks, and the chunky weave stands out from the plain versions out there.”
If H&H’s food editor could ask for anything this holiday season? “Well, since the talented Cameron MacNeil is currently renovating my house, I’d say what I’d like for Chanukah is an amazing Jenn-Air stove, a spectacular dishwasher, some gorgeous vintage pendant lights, and some Swiss chocolate,” says Amy. Watch out for her reno in an upcoming episode of Online TV to see if her wish was granted!
“I want it all!” says H&H style editor Stacey Smithers of Kate Spade’s fresh and fun bathroom. (This could be hard to put in a stocking.)
What is our features editor ordering from the North Pole this year? “A large rug something like this little number,” says Catherine.