The editor’s selections for October’s Architectural Digest’s Top 10 Home Furnishings and Accessories are once again a combination of uniquely personal to elegantly practical. This months items represent a custom approach to seating, one-of-a-kind bedding and linens, beautiful flooring, unique lighting and exquisite textiles. The designers showcased are leading the way in decorating trends.
Take a look and I promise you’ll be inspired!
An example of modern comfort designed by Entonio Citterio for Flexforms Guscioalto.
Distinctive ceramic lamps finished in 23k gold leaf by Andrea Koeppel.
Diverse textures honors the rich textile traditions of India by Pollack’s Jaipur.
Liz Obrien’s Editions’ reproduction of a 1971 Alessandro Albrizzi console, refined modern style and eye catching color palette.
This Adler designed Hickory Chair combines a Regency curved back onto a classic English Bobbin chair.
Shimmering light and deep, warm hues of an autumn sunset are brilliantly displayed in this Borealis wool rug by Tufenkian Artisan Carpets.
Artwork pattern by Site Corots rimmed with gestural hand painted brushstrokes porcelain dinnerware from Limoges.
Dolpo cashmere-cotton shawl/throw is handwoven in Nepal by Denis Colomb Lifestyle.
Gatsby Embroidered bed linens with a Moorish-inspired motif in crisp white Egyptian cotton by Pratesi.
Enchanting lighting fixture by glass artist Simone Crestani is offered in custom sizes through Bernd Gocekler. A frosted diffuser suspended within a cage of flowery hand blown elements makes this a one-of-a-kind design element for your home.
Enjoy viewing the entire selection of Architectural Digest’s Most Wanted Home Furnishings.