Ocean Home’s design experts Jeffery and Deborah Fisher uncover five fabulous finds for the home.
It’s perfectly fitting that L’Aviva Home named its latest lantern Rombus, a name derived from the Spanish word for diamond. The hand- forged fixture comprised of a multitude of diamond-shaped panes comes in three finishes – brass patina, silver patina and black satin. We recently ordered three 24-inch pendants to decorate a kitchen but they also come in 14- and 17-inch sizes. lavivahome.com
Artist Alison Sigethy’s Sea Core Bubble Tubes are her personal tribute to the beauty and mystery of the ocean. Each cylinder is filled with handmade glass sea creatures that Sigethycustomizes to her clients’ color palettes. Sitting atop a lighted pedestal, the bubble tubes bring a hypnotic sense of calm to any room. It’s like having an aquarium without any of the work. alisonsigethy.com
One of our favorite picks from the annual High Point Furniture Market in North Carolina last spring was the beautiful Fry Cabinet by Julian Chichester. The vellum wrapped cabinet doors are covered in aged brass with an iconic fish scale pattern. The interior is made of hand-rubbed sycamore and the drawers and shelves are lined in red leather – a very special piece. julianchichester.com
Luxurious designer pillows for the outdoors. Why didn’t we think of that? Designed by collection with a nod to fashion trends, Elaine Smith has cornered the market on weather resilient pillows. Made from hardy Sunbrella fabrics, the pillows withstand sun and rain, but don’t be surprised if you’re tempted to keep them inside. elainesmith.com
And So To Bed
Deb and I are in love with all things Moroccan, so we were delighted to discover Legacy Home’s Riad collection. Offered in two chic color ways (Dune and Clove), the duvet cover showcases an oversized Moorish motif and looks elegant mixed with a smaller geometric pattern and classic stripe. Printed on crisp linen, this collection is a twist on modern Morocco. legacylinens.com