Fit for a king
Seasonal Living’s new Harmony Collection is due out in late summer/early fall, and in it, the trending royal blue hue gets an elegant boost. Marrying hand-hammered, 100 percent Amarillo copper with the company’s versatile, innovative glazed ceramic, this versatile piece is usable as either an accent table or as small-scale seating.
Available soon through your design professional, SeasonalLiving.com
The Graduation chandelier from Currey & Company’s Hiroshi Koshitaka Collection plays on the idea of light and shadow for a dramatic, four-foot-tall impact piece. Variegated blues are hand applied to concentric metal circles and remind of indigo-dyed textiles. Accents in gold leaf.
$3,990, Lyndon Leigh & Candelabra, Mount Pleasant
Finely cast and constructed of gilt metal, Theodore Alexander’s trio of tabletop accents comprises smaller and larger cast coral on white marble bases and one Nautilus shell.
$957, available through Old Colony Furniture Co., 3411 Augusta Road
Twice As Nice
The double chaise from Coaster furniture’s Donny Osmond collection is affordable, fun, and modestly sized at 30 inches deep. Velvet-like, ink blue fabric and brass legs finish the look.
$1,349, Carolina Direct, 3088 SC-14, Greer
What Do You Sea?
Refined yet rustic, the Seeworthy mirror by Cyan Design brings the nautical off water. Constructed of aluminum and mirrored glass with a nickel finish, this eclectic piece is a modest 15 inches in diameter.
$360, available through your design professional or at houzz.com
The Frisco armchair from Sunpan Modern Home’s Club Collection pairs exceptional design with luxe materials. Rich, velvet-like giotto marsala and navy fabric complement the black, grainy-wood frame. Finishing off this sleek seating piece are polished, stainless steel feet.
$1,600, Heritage Furniture Outlet, 2220 Hwy. 70, SE, Asheville, NC or wayfair.com