With every new season comes a desire for change… a change of scenery, a change of wardrobe, a little sprucing up. Lately, we’re all feeling like our homes deserve a little pick-me-up, so we decided to go on an imaginary shopping spree. Below, each of our editors is sharing what’s topping her wish list lately. Scroll down for some home décor inspiration!
Barneys New York Fringed Throw ($995)
“My philosophy is you can never have too many cashmere throws. I love winter whites, so this snowy fringed throw is definitely on my list.”
Le Labo Santal 26 Home Fragrance ($125)
“I'm loving this smoky, leathery home scent. It's layered for winter but still has lightness to it.”
The Lacquer Company Lacquer Tray ($395)
“I can never go wrong with black and gold. I've been eyeing this tray as the perfect coffee table catch-all for fall.”
Bernardaud Calder Dinner Plate Set ($550)
"Calder is one of my favorite artists, so being able to showcase these stunning plates at my next dinner party would be a treat!"
Knud Nielsen Company 24” Preserved Boxwood Wreath ($145)
“Wreaths should adorn your door throughout autumn and winter—not just at Christmastime. This simple, vibrant green variety is the perfect accent to welcome in the colder months. It’ll make me happy every time I come home.”
Wipeout by Stephanie Sherman ($375)
“I don’t surf and probably never will, but the colors in this photograph by Stephanie Sherman are just too good not to covet.”
Peacock Alley Bradley Coverlet ($368 and up)
“Simple white bedding never goes out of style.”
James Perse Sonoma Sofa (price upon request)
“I’m in the market for a new sofa, and I love the unashamedly casual look of this Cali-cool design by James Perse.”
NOPI by Yotam Ottolenghi ($23)
“Practically every chef I’ve met recommends Yotam Ottolenghi’s cookbooks, and this is the powerhouse author’s latest: 120 new recipes from his acclaimed London restaurant, Nopi. I can’t wait to devour this one.”
Workstead Shaded Table Lamp ($575)
“Workstead makes really cool, modern lighting, and this table lamp feels classic yet contemporary at the same time.”
Donna Karan Modern Pulse Silk Euro Sham ($170)
“Time to add low lights to my all-black-and-white bedroom for an ultra-cozy effect. I've got my eyes on these silk shams."
"In Canada, our big department store is called the Hudson's Bay Company. Their signature print is the navy, yellow, red, and green stripe combo you see above—it's on everything. It will always remind me of home; that's why it's a favorite."
Diptyque Feu de Bois Colored Candle ($90)
"My home will never not smell like this candle. The wood-burning smell is perfect for fall."
Arte & Cuoio Small Helsinki Basket ($215)
“Tis the season for blankets to come out from hiding in the closet. My go-to is a new luxe woven basket strategically situated near the sofa for easy access.”
Cire Trudon Odalisque Matches ($15)
"Your fireplace isn't complete until you can light it with chic matches. Am I right?"
Bower Duo Server ($180)
“What's not to like about this serving tray? Two natural materials working seamlessly together. The beauty of black marble with walnut is the perfect combination, and I just adore the rounded edges.”
Kelly Wearstler Crystallized Wine Stopper ($295)
“Kelly Wearstler would be my ultimate indulgence. If I was going to splurge on something, it would be her décor every time, hands down. It's the perfect fusion of design and decadence, and I love it.”
Le Corbusier LC4 Chaise Lounge Chair ($795)
“I am a huge fan of vintage furniture, and the Le Corbusier LC4 chaise is one of the all-time classics. Not only does it look beautiful, it's also the most comfortable chair you could ever invest in. ”
Dot & Bo Foreman Pendant Light ($97)
“Amp up the rustic elegance of your dining room with this industrial pendant light. The vintage, well-worn appeal is right up my alley. Adding to cart!”
Juniper Ridge Desert Piñon Campfire Incense ($10)
"My current go-to home fragrance. The knowledge that the living room can smell of campfires at the drop of a match is an embarrassment of riches."
Bottle by Pascal Martin ($490)
"All my biggest décor fantasies involve splurging on original art. The mix of dove grays and warm nudes in this mixed media collage by French artist Pascal Martin is pure soul."
Chairish Vintage Bentwood & Leather Danish Lounge Chair ($2240)
"Accent chairs are the design equivalent of killer shoes. This Danish leather number is chic, edited, and painfully cool."
Seletti Focalize Mirror ($320)
"I'm a sucker for a cool mirror. It makes such an impact in small spaces. The raw, textured patina of this resin has a special hand-wrought feel."