“Autumn … the year’s last, loveliest smile.” ~ William Cullen Bryant
There are so many reasons why I love the fall. Sweater weather, foliage reports, the scent of nutmeg and cinnamon …. It is indeed the year’s loveliest smile. Here some of my top picks to help bring classic comfort and style to your home this fall season.
marble & wood cheese boards
Two beautiful natural materials combined in one utilitarian kitchen accessory! Marble and wood cheese boards are the perfect blend of rustic and refined. Best of all, they are timeless and suited for both casual dining and entertaining.
hybrid dinnerware collection
The Hybrid dinnerware collection reflects on the historical production of Chinese and European Bone China. The images and colours are equally captivating – guaranteed to strike up a conversation at your next dinner party.
The collection is produced in Tangshan, the renowned capital of Bone China. Each piece is refined by hand. The pieces are sliced in half, creating new hybrids that juxtapose scenes and themes interpreted in the respective cultural imaginary. They symbolize a complex past, when east meets west.
Smeg small appliances
Best know for their retro refrigerators, you can now buy Smeg on a smaller scale with this fun line of small appliances. These 50s style appliances are an easy way to jazz up your kitchen countertop. The collection features two and four slice toasters, kettles, stand mixers and blenders. The Smeg small appliance collection will be available soon at Hudson’s Bay.
mason jar accents
There’s no doubt mason jars are a fierce trend. They have proven to be useful for just about anything from flower vases to salad packers. Proving that the trend is here to stay, mason jar accessories like these salt and pepper shakers and shot glasses are new for fall at Indigo. Perfect for a rustic autumn tablescape.
directoire tibetan wool shag chair by Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams
A marriage of comfort and style. This beautiful chair from Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams’ fall collection was inspired by the classic director’s chair. It is clad in a Tibetal wool shag – does it get more scrumptious than that? It may take a while to cozy up to the price tag, consider it a worthy investment piece for your living room. The frame is available in polished brass and stainless steel at www.mgbwhome.com