1 | Off The Wall

With its layered iron-edged geodes, Philip Nimmo’s Pietra Santa Sconce conveys a striking visual presence – primarily due to its size (almost 16 inches wide by 21 inches tall) and the fact that nature dictates no two are exactly alike. philipnimmodesign.com


2 | Join The Club

Handcrafted in Italy and released as a series of only 50 numbered and signed pieces, Armani/Casa’s Club Cocktail Cabinet is destined to be an heirloom piece. My favorite features lacquered door panels hand painted with an ocean motif. armanicasa.com


3 | Bowl Yourself Over

The late Danish modernist architect Mogens Lassen believed good design should be accessible to all. His sleek Kubus Bowl, based on his original sketches and available in two sizes and six colors and finishes, delivers on that very principle. bylassen.com


4 | Pull Up A Chair

The Paxton Saucer Chair by leading designer Kirk Nix is part of his new collection for Palecek. Crafted with handwoven natural seagrass rope, this chic retro chair will be the center of attention in any coastal home living room. palecek.com


5 | Mars In Your Eyes

Deb and I are fascinated by the solar system and inspired by Trove’s highly decorative interpretation of Mars. This moody treatment comes in five contemporary colors and can be printed on wallpaper or window film for an out-of- this-world look. troveline.com