Photography by MEGHAN MCNEER

Brooklyn-based architect Elizabeth Roberts—the creative mind behind stunning shops like Ulla Johnson and Rachel Comey—favors clean lines and soft palettes to create environments that are both livable and functional. Her signature aesthetic is stylish but doesn’t submit to of-the-moment trends that won’t stand the test of time. Case in point: her latest project was author and entertaining expert Athena Calderone’s home, a stunning Cobble Hill brownstone with historic bones and a contemporary, carefully considered interior.

There’s no doubt the New York architect has great style, so we tapped her to discover the home decor items she’s coveting now. Here are 10 things that make her happy, from new art and minimalist jewelry to the perfect bed (spoiler: It’s from Ikea).

Custom DTile System

“You can make practically anything out of DTile’s system, allowing for really thoughtful, simple designs.” Check out Roberts’ loft, which we featured in the January 2009 issue!

Photography by DTILE.NL

Mobile Chandelier 13, Michael Anastassiades

“I’m a huge fan of Michael Anastassiades. His pieces are crazy-beautiful yet serve as functional art.”

Photography by MICHAELANASTASSIADES.COM

Soft Ice Deep Plate, Hay, $16

“I just got back from Denmark, and I’m even crazier about Hay than I was before. These enamel plates are delicate and handmade but indestructible.”

Photography by HAY.DK

Gjora Bed Frame, Ikea, $429

“I searched high and low for a new bed for our new house, and this Ikea model was by far my favorite.”

Photography by IKEA.COM

Pink Flamingo by Andrew Zimmerman, Sears Peyton Gallery

“I just bought an Andrew Zimmerman piece similar to this one—three-dimensional wood blocks covered in high-gloss automotive paint that hang together on a wall. It’s stunning from every angle.”

Photography by SEARSPEYTON.COM

Meacham Drawer Pull, Rejuvenation, $59

“This line of oak pulls feels classic and sleek.”

Photography by REJUVENATION

Modello Q.P. Burner Gas Stove, Foker

“An Italian burner that is timeless and elevated, and lets you create a kitchen anywhere.”

Photography by FOKER.COM

Resurrection Aromatique Hand Balm, Aesop, $27

“Aesop’s products and stores really resonate with me. High design meets low tech, like the brand’s space in New York’s Soho featuring stacked newspapers. I always have this hand cream in my purse.”

Photography by AESOP.COM

Tourmaline Cuff, Mary MacGill, $185

“I’m a minimalist when it comes to jewelry, and there’s a certain sensibility to all of Mary MacGill’s pieces that I love.”

Photography by MARYMACGILL.COM

Mona Cardigan, Ulla Johnson, $1,035

“Ulla Johnson is a client and friend. This sweater from her latest collection is so snuggly—perfect with a pair of jeans.”

Photography by ULLAJOHNSON.COM

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This story originally appeared in the Winter 2017 issue with the headline 10 Things That Make Me Happy.