Courtesy of Dering Hall
Have you ever wondered what interior designers are adding to their carts at any given moment? When we're scrolling through our favorite Instagram feeds for inspiration or searching for the perfect missing piece for our own homes, we sometimes wish we could just pick the brains of the talented masterminds who craft our favorite rooms. Where in the world did they source that gray velvet sofa? Where could I find a similar coffee table? Sometimes a deep dive into Google gives us the answer we're looking for, but other times we're left at a loss, wondering if we'll ever stumble upon the piece in-store or online.
So when we get the chance to peek into the carts of interior designers, we take it. This month, we tapped experts at Dering Hall, the design world's largest online marketplace, to share the top selling products that are flying off their virtual shelves. From curvy brass mirrors to multipurpose side tables, these items have caught the eye of discerning designers everywhere. Get ahead of the curve and shop them now because these pieces are selling like hotcakes in the design world.
We predicted the return of the curvy sofa, and—according to this bestselling Lawson-Fenning piece—we were right.
If you haven't seen this Gio Ponti mirror pop up in interiors everywhere yet, you're about to. This piece is a top bestseller on the Dering Hall marketplace.
Smilow Design Woven Rush Bench (price on request)
Though we've seen a slow-down in some boho pieces, great design will always be in style—as is the case with this woven bench.
Beautiful and versatile, these Lune stools can be used as side table or seating, perfect for small spaces.
Montreal-based lighting designers Gabriel Kakon and Scott Richler are making a killing with their Harlow lighting series—which is selling like hotcakes on Dering Hall.
This 100% wool rug is a quality alternative to the beloved antique Beni Ourain. Moroccan in nature, it will add a worldly flair to any room.
Between its seductive burnished brass finish and its irresistible shape, it's no wonder this chandelier is making its way into many homes and businesses.
Collective Form Agrippa & Agrippina Nesting Tables by Camus (price on request)
This curious pair of nesting tables is meticulously carved out of large pieces of American walnut, and give off a familiar quirky and organic air.
A designer favorite, this honeycomb-shape lantern would be the perfect statement piece in a foyer or hallway.
This pyramid-shape marble and brass table has a telescoping swivel plateau that's perfect for serving cocktails.
Available in a variety of colors and finishes, this coffee table would be a showstopper in any living room.
Which of these trends caught your eye? Let us know in the comments below after you shop your favorites.