Punched with lacy patterns, these
softly patinated brass lanterns
will add a doubly warm glow on
tabletops this spring. Detachable bottom for
easy cleaning. Iron with antique-brass finish. 3-1/2" h.,
$14; 5-3/4" h., $18. Through Urban Outfitters.
Don’t be deceived by its
design — the mod Carlyle
bench by Sunpan Imports
boasts a roomy storage area
under the seat. Ash veneer in matte
black or walnut (shown). 16" h. x 46" w. x
16" d. $350. At retailers across Canada.
Made of fine bone china, the
Oyyo Petal plates by Teroforma
are as delicate as heirloom pieces,
but their line-drawn botanical
patterns are strikingly modern.
Pair them with pale linens for
a fresh table setting. Dishwasher-safe.
11" diam. Approx. $47/plate. At La Merceria or
through Teroforma. (Napkins, Teroforma.)
IN THE BUFF
Make a rugged, cutting-edge
statement in an otherwise
polished living room or home
office by introducing a rough-surfaced Raw lounge chair by
Swedish designer Jens Fager.
Pine. 30" h. x 20" w. x 17-1/2" d. $1,950.
Through Ministry of the Interior.
If you’ve got your sights set on creating
a neo-traditional Manhattan apartment
look, check out the organic, Bloomsbury-inspired florals and geometric linens by
celebrated New York interior designer
Celerie Kemble for Schumacher.
From left: Betwixt (62610) in Charcoal/Ecru, $88/yd.; Hothouse
(174032) in Verdance, $184/yd. Through Bilbrough & Co.
Produced by Stephanie White/Text by Sarah Snowdon/Photography by Felix Wedgwood (fabrics)