When Zodax champagne flutes engraved with New Year’s wishes appeared in tastemaker Rachel Zoe’s newsletter, the L.A. home-design brand gained instant coolness. Having one of its decanters make a guest appearance on <i>Mad Men</i> didn’t hurt either. From sophisticated tablecloths to stunning vases, every Zodax piece has nature in mind. Not only in the manufacturing — the company only uses sustainable materials — but also in how the design follows Mother Nature’s lead in terms of color, shape, and volume.
Looking for the perfect finishing accent to a room? Look to these bold, eye-catching throw cushions. In bold prints, from abstract geometrics to “funky fish,” they’ll impart loads of personality to a sofa that’s looking a little lonely.
With their bright colors, exotic motifs and natural materials, these decorative accessories let you sprinkle that island feel throughout your house. Try the Zodax Palmetto wooden jars, with their carved palm designs, or the glazed ceramic Jardins du Jour garden stools. Or perhaps the Bahari side-stitch silk pillows and Dransfield & Ross straw kelp placemats are more your thing. They’re all here, along with rugs, poufs and tabletop goods.
This sale offers jetsetters and armchair travelers alike covetable goods to remind them of trips past — and to inspire future jaunts. Take a gander at the Chinese antique soldier and Foo Dog figurines (souvenirs from a visit to the Great Wall?) and check out the ceramic Etrusco footed bowls, handmade in Italy according to centuries-old traditions. Maybe a Luxe City Guide to Thailand’s capitals is more your thing, or perhaps you’d prefer notecards to write back about your adventures. They’re all on offer here, along with rugs, textiles and candles.
Outfit your space in style with these bedroom, kitchen, bath and entertainment must-haves. Pick up a coffee press from Bodum, a multipurpose griddle from Cuisinart, classic tumblers from Eva Solo and melamine plates from Bob’s Your Uncle. Or go with some sweet pillows and sheets by brands like Downlite and Villa Di Borghese, then throw in some towels and a bathrobe by Lacoste. But don't forget to snap up a Cubo CD AM/FM clock radio. After all, you don’t want to be late for class, do you?