west elm’s winter collection arrived in my inbox this week and I was rather taken with it for a couple of reasons. Not only is the colour palette entirely sumptuous (think teal, chartreuse, navy and jade green) but I love how it combines lashings of abstract art with statement brass and earthy, handmade details.
Wire frame dining chair: Inspired by mid-century school chairs it’s the upholstery colours, combined with brass, that I love most about this design. $249.
Brass flamingo object: I’m a sucker for flamingoes and this little guy is no exception. He’s part of a wider story that includes a toucan and leopard too. Adore! $49.
Frameless mirrors: Featuring bevelled edges and a variety of organic shapes, these mirrors are super versatile and just that little bit different. From $149.
Abstract brushstroke salad plate: Featuring a painterly pattern and real gold leaf trim, this plate is sure to take your setting up a notch. $16.
Terrace stripe pouf: Looped yarns and lurex combine to create this versatile boho-infused piece that works equally well as extra seating as it does as a foot stool. $349.
Pomegranate rug in ivory: A modern take on ikat, this gorgeous rug’s pattern was inspired by its namesake. From $699.
Arlo six-drawer dresser: This piece’s mid-century lines are nothing new for the brand but I love the addition of the metal rimmed recessed drawer handles. $1,499.
Spun metal standing planter: I adore this brass pot and its super slim legs are an elegant touch. From $99.
Soleil metal plant screen in yellow: Made for use inside and out, this number holds eleven pots and is not only fabulous for creating a green wall (trailing devil’s ivy would look fabulous on it) but for partitioning spaces too. $349.
Azur shag rug: A modern take on a Moroccan Beni Ourain rug, this 100 per cent cotton one is super soft underfoot. From $399.