Down to Earth
Woodsy neutrals and organic shapes elevate the high-end dining room and kitchen.
Best described as opulent, the Ouray Collection from Feizy translates traditional designs into today’s style using the most luxurious fiber-hand-spun silk. Very finely woven, the pale palettes and shorn piles of these pure silk rugs emit a luminous glow. Hand-knotted in India. www.feizy.com
Made from oak solids and oak burl veneer, the Oscar door chest from Century Furniture fits a variety of styles, but always in a luxury setting. Behind two doors with Bronze-finished hardware is one adjustable shelf on either side of the center partition. www.centuryfurniture.com
Floral wallpaper may feel like an outdated, overly feminine style, but these options from Farrow & Ball — (left to right) Helleborus, Atacama and Hegemone — feel grounded and earthy, thanks to the brown, beige and gray neutrals. www.farrow-ball.com
Nathan Anthony’s Martini, a dramatic new chair designed for dining or accent use, blends sophistication and comfort with a tailored low back, angled arms and slim legs offered in nine wood tones. www.nafurniture.com
John-Richard’s Lavertezzo circular dining table has a segmented tiza gesso top. The gracefully twisting pedestal is inlaid in hessian burlap and has a complementing gesso finish applied. Measures 62 inches in diameter. www.johnrichard.com
Handcrafted by skilled artisans in Vermont, the Apothecary five-light pendant from Hubbardton Forge mixes materials for an organic, industrial vibe. The light filters down through the thick, hand-blown glass. Finished in Dark Smoke. www.hubbardtonforge.com
The 2018 Houzz & Home Study on annual renovation trends found that the median amount spent on kitchen renovations increased by 10 percent over 2017. Today the kitchen remains the top room consumers want to remodel. Help them do it best with these luxe touches.
Each slab of Silestone’s Eternal Collection has a personal variation of veins and color to turn it into a one-of-a-kind piece. Shown here, the Emperor colorway stands out for its creamy streaks and bright touches scattered on a Tobacco-brown background. www.silestoneusa.com
Ann Sacks’ Terrazzo Renata field tile brings the beauty of Italian villas and squares to the kitchen. As versatile as it is high-quality, this tile can function as a kitchen floor or backsplash. Available in White With White and Black With White colorways. www.annsacks.com
Who says farmhouse need only be rustic and not luxurious? Wave Front, the farmhouse sink from Stone Forest, captures the dancing pattern of flowing water on its apron-like front carving. Measures 22 inches in diameter and available in Honed Basalt and Carrara Marble. www.stoneforest.com
Bed, Bath & Beyond
Spa-like colors and luxurious materials in the master suite create an oasis for R&R.
Shown in a leather called Hollywood Glass Slipper, the Ayers bench from Taylor King features a Polished Nickel base with stepped legs that lend a floating effect to the design. www.taylorking.com
Adriana Hoyos’ Rumba upholstered bed plays with an Art Deco pattern that characterizes the collection. The headboard and box upholstery are the product of delicate handcrafting work. www.adrianahoyos.com
Inspired by modernism movements in art and architecture, the Linea dresser from Bernhardt features hand-carved and shaped drawer fronts that make a 2D statement. www.bernhardt.com
Weaving ribbons of glass surround the light sources of the Circo pendant from Corbett Lighting. Its Satin Silver Leaf finish feels cool and luxurious. www.corbettlighting.hvlgroup.com
A new paint company to the scene, Clare produces a line of 55 colors that are Zero VOC and GREENGUARD Gold-certified. Founded by interior designer Nicole Gibbons, Clare aims to simplify paint shopping and sells both paint and supplies online. Shown here from left to right are Blackest, Nairobi Blue and Snow Day. www.clare.com
Spa Meets Master Bathroom
Last year, the master bathroom became the third most popular room to renovate in the 2018 Houzz & Home Study, and it’s no wonder why. The more spa-like the master bathroom can be, the better. These contemporary resources take the master bathroom to the next level.
Introduced at Salone del Mobile in Milan this year, the Faroe bathtub for Boffi combines simple lines with a dark/light contrast. The basin has a rounded rectangular shape, giving it a sexy feel. Designed by Piero Lissoni. www.boffi.com
Nothing says spa like a rainshower in the master bathroom. TOTO’s new overhead rainshowers offer two chic contemporary designs — round and square — with touch button multimode water technologies (Warm Spa and Comfort Wave) or single mode (Comfort Wave). www.totousa.com
From Walker Zanger, the Byzantium Collection is inspired by the intricate designs of richly colored marbles that were the hallmark of Imperial Byzantium and Rome. Offered in soothing combinations of blue, black and pure white (shown here) as well as richly veined white and red with accents of Silver or Gold Leaf, Byzantium offers an indulgent feel for the home. www.walkerzanger.com