Say hello to fall with these earthy of-the-moment finds.
Courtesy of Alfonso Marina
Take a seat and sink right into the steadfast comfort of the solid wood Aman chair by Alfonso Marina.
Courtesy of Kathy Taslitz
Kathy Taslitz’s We Need to Talk bench is sure to start a conversation with its live-edge burlwood top and striking legs—one crafted from blackened steel, the other from polished bronze.
Courtesy of Lulu and Georgia
On the floor or draped on a chair, Lulu and Georgia’s Vale Icelandic sheepskin throw lends a wild and woolly touch to any stray surface.
Courtesy of Wildwood
Fashioned from natural linen and accented in leather, Wildwood’s down-and-feather-filled Buckaroo pillow affords deluxe comfort with an organic touch.
Courtesy of Fernando Mastrangelo
Get my drift? Bedecked in layers of hand-dyed sand, artist Fernando Mastrangelo’s Drift 02 mirror resembles glaciers breaking over water.
Courtesy of Artemest
Originally designed by Mario Bellini in 1985 as a commission for the Cooper Hewitt Museum, the Il Forte Rosso sofa—now manufactured in Italy by MGM Marmi e Graniti and available at Artemest—is crafted entirely from marble.
Courtesy of Konekt
Konekt’s Thing 4 stool boasts a coarse horsehair skirt and galloping good taste.
Courtesy of Pierre Frey
Whether in Amber, Pesca or Terracotta, Pierre Frey’s Opio wool offers a fresh take on trendy alpaca and mohair boucles.
Courtesy of Kelly Wearstler and Hagit Pincovici
What a showstopper: The Paragon chair by designer Kelly Wearstler and artist Hagit Pincovici features a palm leaf–inspired cast-bronze back and wire-brushed oak base.
Courtesy of Four Hands
Talk about versatility: The refined concrete Parish coffee table from Four Hands is ideal both indoors and out.