This San Francisco-based line of home furnishings and accessories is based on the principles of sustainable design. Co-founders Amy and Erik Jorgensen are inspired by their international travels, such as the backpacking adventure across Asia that they took as newlyweds. There, they became involved with socially progressive designers and cooperatives, eventually resulting in the formation of this line of everything from beds to bowls. All are hallmarked by recycled, reclaimed wood and metal, as well as granite, stone, and innovative material combinations like Eco Concrete, a reinforced natural-fiber cement.
You spend a third of your life in your bedroom—so it should inspire you. This selection will do just that: Ashvyn's sheet sets in soft colors are a smart start. Then add accessories like Aviva Stanoff's nature-inspired votives and vases. Complete the picture with Holly Hunt's industrial-inspired lighting, Fabulous and Baroque's bedside table, and whatever else speaks to you.
Organic modernism finds inspiration in nature’s fluid lines and idiosyncratic shapes. Inspired by this movement—and the natural, freeform silhouettes and colors of fall—we've gathered designs that merge indoors with outdoors. We love the authentic elegance of furnishings and textiles made from materials like rattan, wood, linen, and jute, in addition to the sculptural qualities of a petrified tree trunk or a lamp made of twisted vines.
Reclaimed and recycled materials are the focus of this line of chic contemporary furnishings. The Slatt collection of Japanese- and Scandinavian-inspired cabinets is handcrafted from sustainably harvested teak and white oak, while the Slab line is fashioned from a super-strong, indoor-outdoor blend of coconut fiber and eco-concrete.
A bookcase is not just practical—it's a chance to show off good design. Says Tom Delavan, Gilt Home's editorial director: "If you have larger books that don't fit horizontally, stack them vertically and top the stack with an accessory." We've got plenty of artful trays, bowls and vases here; also find R & Y Augousti's exotic boxes (Delavan's a fan), which elegantly conceal clutter.