Forget perfection: there’s something about off-kilter hues that we’re feeling right now. Rusty reds, muddy terra-cottas and bruised plums offer an alluring alternative to their more conventional cousins, adding an almost hypnotic sense of depth to any space. Prepare to be seduced.
Androgyne Dining Table by Danielle Siggerud, $5,295, store.menudesignshop.com. Accessories, from left: Scratched Stoneware Carafe in Chocolate, $330, michelevarian.com. Babette Dinner Plate, $36, michelevarian.com. Terracota Sol Naciente Placemats in Burgundy by Johanna Ortiz, $285 for set of four, modaoperandi.com. Ash Red Vase, $395, michelevarian.com. Resin Pebble Plate in Dark Horn, $160, dinosaurdesigns.com. Louise Copper Bowl by Hawkins 35 New York, from $56, shop-belljar.com. Pistillo Ceramic Vase by Paola Paronetto, $700, 1stdibs.com.
From left: Type 75 Desk Lamp, Margaret Howell Edition, in Sienna, $295, us.anglepoise.com. Handmade Cylinder Stoneware Vase, $825, aerostudios.com. Rose Marble Bowl, $165, michelevarian.com. Terra Bowl in Wine, $52, l-objet.com. Mist Caramel Short Vase, $176, unisonhome.com. New Norm Bowl, $30, store.menudesignshop.com. Wave Pitcher in Pink with Amber Handle by Sophie Lou Jacobsen, $215, mociun.com.
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