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More Than Minimalism

by Kristen Gray

While we love color—and must resist the urge to paper everything in vibrant de Gournay prints—there’s something to be said for exercising restraint. The simplicity of natural elements, bold metals and muted hues can be a soothing antidote to a go-go-go, iPhone-addicted existence. Your home can be your sanctuary.

Mix and match. Fferrone’s versatile Jaeho tables come with a detachable Marquina, Carrara or oak top; $780, fferronedesign.com.
Serpent chic. This silver bookend set is crafted from Limoges porcelain; $850, l-objet.com.
Anti-gravity. Glassblown borosilicate wine and water drinking vessels play a trick on the eye; $84 for set of two, fferronedesign.com.
Hold my wine. Display your finest bottles in March SF’s steel-and-saddle-leather rack; $1,750, marchsf.com.
Ombre all day. An indigo gradient adds bohemian vibes, softening the concrete Maker & Moss coffee table; $1,075, makerandmoss.com.
Sapphire sophistication. This velvet sofa by Kits is finished with cubic brass legs; $1,599, article.com.
Swag shag. Coup Studio’s glamorous pouffe will make you feel like Cher; $3,600, coupdetatsf.com.
Fine functionality. This adjustable, Borge Mogensen-designed Hunting Chair for Fredericia Furniture embodies modern elegance; $5,696, danishdesignstore.com.
The human form. Brooklyn-based designer Chris Wolston created his striking console table from hand-drawn illustrations; price upon request, thefutureperfect.com.

     

     

     

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