Mid-century interior design isn't going anywhere, largely due to the fact that its timeless, classic lines convey both elegance and ease. We've got a wide selection here of both original antiques (a Sling Settee from Knoll) and modern homages (Vanguard's entertainment centers). Accessories, from an atomic-ball tabletop clock to a brass snail sculpture, finish the look. We especially love the beechwood dining chairs from Brooklyn's prestigious Prague Kolektiv.
Earth-friendly materials including wicker, bamboo, and stone serve as the backbone of this sophisticated — and sustainable — collection of furniture and lighting that is usually only available to the trade.
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.
Earth-friendly materials including wicker, bamboo, and stone serve as the backbone of this sophisticated collection of furniture and lighting, usually only available to the trade. Standouts include the petrified-wood coffee table and buttery-soft leather tub chair. Continuing the theme is a smattering of decorative pillows. Our favorites feature blue mums and playful pelicans.