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Ceramic Nose Book Ends
Originally created in the 1960's, these bold and quirky bookends are re-imagined in a chalky white plaster, making them utterly contemporary. Sturdy in feel, they can hold up a substantial stack of books and will be sure to be a conversation piece, wherever they find themselves.
Embellished Deco Shapes Pillow Covers
With their geometric motif, beaded accents and hand-embroidered metallic details, the West Elm Embellished Deco Shapes Pillow Covers are a modern take on Art Deco influences for an eye-catching pop on sofas, chairs or beds.
Gemini 5-Drawer Dresser
Circular overlays on the 70s-inspired Gemini Dresser function as both design detail and streamlined drawer pulls. It's made of sustainably-sourced wood covered in a walnut, water-based lacquer finish and set on slender metal legs.
Adnet Round Mirror
Jacques Adnet's mirrors reflect the timelessness of his work. Inspired by work he was doing at the time for Hermés, the hanging Adnet Round Mirror (1946) consists of mirrored glass wrapped in a luxurious hand-stitched full-grain aniline leather strap fitted with brass hardware. Minimal in its construction yet still warm and inviting, it serves equally well in a variety of spaces. Made in Denmark.
Peking A Dining Chair
A dining chair in American Walnut frame and leather, fabric or paper cord seat. The perfect addition to a dining room to add a pop of mid-century modern flair.
HONG KONG PLAYGROUND 2 By LUDWIG FAVRE
French photographer Ludwig Favre recently traveled to Hong Kong. His pictures of China's iconic architecture carry the same romantic feel of a Parisian shooting exotic landscapes. Favre is know for his soft Palette, interesting crops and large scale photographs.