Photo Gallery: Luxurious Decorating Finds
Lighting that doubles as art.
With its deceptively simple black shade and sculptural brass base, this lamp lends sophistication and gravitas to a living room or study. (Consider it the Chanel suit of lamps.) Designed by famed Canadian designer Martha Sturdy, this light’s pedigree is beyond reproach.
Martha Sturdy Brass Wire Sphere Lamp, $1960, Provide Home.
Simple lines make a dramatic statement.
Sleek modern design and walnut wood make this table, designed by Matthew Hilton, more akin to sculpture than furniture. With this for dining, both your meals and your room will offer great taste.
Light Extending Table, $9,445, The Conran Shop.
Turn an ordinary meal into an elegant affair with stunning dishes.
A classic gold rim accents this white dish — a timeless choice for fine china. Gold scattered dots on the porcelain pieces add a contemporary touch.
Ticker Tape set of four tidbit plates, $50 USD, set of two mugs, $50 USD, Kate Spade.
Hang these in a group to create a focal point.
Rich wood hues accentuate the curious shapes of the Amersham mirrors. The copper chain nailed into each frame is both decorative and functional. Above a console table or bathroom vanity, display a single mirror instead of the collection.
Amersham mirrors, $448-$498 each, Anthropologie.
Modern classics exude quiet luxury.
These comfortable beauties, designed by award winning Brazilian architect Paulo Mendes da Rocha in 1957, each feature a continuous solid stainless steel frame and almost an entire hide of leather. Midcentury modern chairs like these will elevate any room.
Two Paulistano Armchairs Frames & Slipcovers, $3,100, Design Within Reach.