Call it elemental with an edge: Stack-and-play design is making a statement for fall. I love how these multi-faceted pieces—from sculptural vases to patterned pillows—add interesting shape to a room.

Photography by BOWER Courtesy of Bed Threads

The coolest way to keep things hot, in hardworking concrete.

Concrete Trivet by Bower, Areaware, $35 each

Photography by TRNK-NYC.COM Courtesy of Bed Threads

For all my best buds.

Pila Vases, TRNK, from $78

Photography by BLOCKSHOPTEXTILES.COM Courtesy of Bed Threads

A not-boring neutral, hand-printed in India.

Otto Pillow, Block Shop, $85

Photography by HOMEFABRICSHERMES.DEDAR.COM Courtesy of Bed Threads

Prints charming—a fabric for inside or out that’s right in line with my fall palette.

Pavage Imprime’ Fabric, Hermes

Photography by COMME DES GARçONS Courtesy of Bed Threads

My already-favorite wallet gets a geometric update.

Embossed Logo Wallet by Comme des Garçons, Dover Street Market, $221

Photography by CC-TAPIS.COM

The rug that takes your room to new dimensions.

Visioni Rug, CC-Tapis, $8,117

Photography by ANOTHERHUMAN.LA Photography courtesy of Blu Dot

Modular floor cushions, bench, art installation—this piece really stacks up.

Stacks Bench, Another Human, from $3,300

Photography by DORIK STOOL

A mixed-material stool doubles as a bedside table. Basically anything you put on it instantly appears more monumental.

Dorik Stool, Oeuffice, from $4,000


I love how sleek this chair looks, perfect at a desk or in a dining room.

Double Cylinder Chair, Waka-Waka, $2,000


This mirror is literally set in stone. Talk about making a statement.

Coexist Standing Mirror, Slash Objects

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