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We’re always on the hunt for the decorative accessories and furnishings that will impart our homes with a bold and personal element that goes beyond the expected. We’re talking about the items that have the ability to carry some serious decorative weight, regardless of size or utility. Think vases that double as sculptures, dinnerware the challenges the standard, and organizational essentials that are anything but utilitarian.

Enter Coming Soon, an NYC-based furniture design and gift shop that offers a curated slew of home decor pieces that are pleasantly outside the realm of the ordinary. Marrying form and function, every item from the shop is thoughtfully chosen, spanning myriad decorative time periods, styles, and influences. And because we’ll never pass on the opportunity to scroll through the brand’s impressive array of offerings, we set out to do just that, handpicking the ultimate must-haves Coming Soon has to offer. Take a look.

Dining Chairs in the style of Eames, Coming Soon, $250

We’re firm believers in the fact that a truly statement-worthy seat can transform even the most plain and modest of dining tables. This Eames-inspired dining chair (inherited from NYC’s Mission Chinese Food) boasts a sleek, blush-toned upholstery that will do just that.

Tortoise Flatware in Brushed Stainless Steel, Sabre, $16

Snoozy flatware, no more! The tortoise-detailing of this set inspires a bold color component that is a far cry from its standard, and comparatively one-dimensional, alternatives.

Saturn Ceramic Bowl, Light + Ladder,


The key to the ultimate centerpiece lies within the integration of an element that can uphold a sculptural detail—be it the florals or the actual vessel itself. We’re all for embracing the latter, inspired by the thoughtful details of this ceramic bowl, which emulates a planetary quality that is quite incomparable.

Boob Hook, Thing Industries, $38

Swap out your boring entry hooks for an alternative that is the quintessence of a statement piece. Thing Industries strike again with their cheeky renditions of household basics, proving that even the most basic of organizational essentials can be statement-worthy.

Danish Sofa, 

Coming Soon



Simplicity is at the core of the design of this streamlined piece, which highlights the fact that an impactful design scheme goes well above the superfluous. Boasting a classic two-tone scheme, which upholds an ultra trendy pairing of wood and a saturated, moody blush upholstery, it’s the accent piece your living room was missing.

Cutout Pots, Group Partner, $65

These mini planter pots, beautifully decked with Matisse-inspired cut-outs, are about as versatile as they come. Utilize them as vessels for succulents, a container for your desktop essentials, or a chic catch-all that can stand on the kitchen counter.

Ambrosia Lazy Susan, Concrete Cat, $245

When was the last time you saw a Lazy Susan this chic? Concrete Cat’s rendition of the retro classic combines an intricate color detail with an untraditional material (concrete), resulting in a contemporary finish that looks good enough to double as an accent piece.

“Pines of Mola” Rug, Cold Picnic, $135

It’s rare that we come across a landing pad that is bold, bright, and beautifully color-blocked, not to mention one that can double as an artful statement. This vibrant piece means that you’ll require little else, decoratively, allowing it to stand in as a true focal point.

Milk Glass Plates, Mosser Glass, $20

We’re swooning over the playful composition of this milk glass set. Seriously, can it get any more charming? Available in two trendy colorways, the modest yet impactful disposition of these pieces will transform even the most ordinary tabletops.

Mirror Tray, AYTM, $110

We challenge you to find a mirrored tray as sleek and beautifully understated as this one. Doubling as a style-focused catch-all, its saturated shade of a moody rose downplays the structured composition of this organizational mainstay.

Ceramic Bowl, 

Lindsey Hampton



Whether you’re using it for its intended purpose of a bowl, or simply as a decorative accent piece, this two-toned ceramic piece will go above and beyond—both intrinsically and functionally. 

Tan Stoneware Mug, 

Workaday Handmade



For those who relish in the inspired practice of today’s coffee culture, you can appreciate the importance and necessity of a unique mug set. Enter this hand-thrown stoneware option, which will undoubtedly elevate your morning coffee ritual.

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