With winter on the doorstep, our friends at west elm have cooked up an enviable batch of furniture and homewares goodies perfect for cocooning with at home when temperatures head south.
Pascale sofa: Combining an on-trend hue (dark horseradish – a mustardy tone), this sofa has a softly rounded frame, removable arms and a back that folds for quick assembly making it easy to move around. $1099.
Ilya planters in speckled stone: I like the 1970’s inspired earthenware vibe of this pair, not to mention their fleshy hue. They’ll look even better with a pop of green sprouting from the top.
Margo Selby Dramatic Geometric cushion: Statement making, there’s nothing like a bold pop of colour to brighten up a stormy day.
Mid-Century six drawer dresser in pebble: A familiar shape for the brand, it’s the pale wood that’s a fresh new look. Metal hardware in antique brass complete the set. $1499.
Layered bookend planters: Combining books with plants (what’s not to love!?), these bookend planters evoke 1970’s modernist design and are available in a gorgeous speckled white finish too. $59.
Clifton coffee table: Clean and minimalist in design, this coffee table combines a solid marble base with a lacquered top to create something akin to a sculpture. $599.
Modern Slope upholstered office chair: Available in three delectable shades (dark horseradish, platinum and dusty blush) this swivel chair is a stylish office option. $399.
Sketchbook planters: These painterly planters include a handy tray (so many pretty pots don’t!) and lend an artisanal feel. From $49.