Shopping for that luxe accent piece you’ve been pining over just got a whole lot easier. London-based fashion retailer MatchesFashion.com recently announced their foray into the homeware category with a curated slew of decorative and lifestyle pieces. Dubbed the Homeware Studio, the vertical boasts an impressive array of items from designers such as Luke Edward Hall, Gucci, and La Double J, to name a few. And because we know all too well how overwhelming it can be to scour the site for the ultimate finds, we took it upon ourselves to do just that for you. Read on to see the items we’re adding to our wish-lists ASAP.
We’re swooning over the playful fish and citrus motif of this colorful serving platter. Your dinner parties are about to get a major upgrade.
Fish-painted ceramic serving plater, Luke Edward Hall, $428
From Copenhagen-based design studio Raawii, comes a decorative piece that is just as stunning as it is functional. Fill the bowl with an abundant array of florals or fruit, or simply allow it to stand alone as an accent piece.
Strøm ceramic bowl, Raawii, $51
We’d give up the remainder of these warm summer months just for the chance to wrap ourselves in this vibrant throw, which unfolds into the dreamiest ombre palette. Made from a wool and cotton blend, it’s the cross-stitched framing that really takes things to the next level.
X Pendleton Peter wool-cotton saddle blanket, CALVIN KLEIN 205W39NYC, $290
For those dreaming of a Mediterranean getaway but can’t quite make the trip, this just might be the next best thing. Well, sort of. This beautifully illustrated milk mug will impart your morning tea (or coffee) routine with an unparalleled detail and a welcome dose of color.
Palm tree-paint milk jug, Luke Edward Hall, $155
Two of our favorite colors combine in this utterly luxurious silk-satin quilt. Drape it over the foot of your bed for an elegantly refined style element.
Floral-print silk eiderdown, Preen by Thornton Bregazzi, $689
Bring home a touch of the Italian Riviera with these handmade glasses made on the famed island of Murano. Our favorite part? The subtle color detail found within the rim, providing each glass with a pop of contrast.
Set of 4 Murano glasses, La DoubleJ, $536
Who doesn’t love a solid, floral-scented candle? Apart from helping establish a serene ambiance, this one will also double as a decorative accent in its own right. And once the piece has been exhausted of its intended purpose, you may use it as a cannister or lidded catch-all. Now that’s a win-win.
Flora scented candle, Fornasetti, $150
This isn’t your grandmother’s floral cushion. Its ruffled trim and vibrantly contrasting make earmark this double-sided piece as a decorative must.
Floral silk-satin cushion, Preen by Thornton Bregazzi, $187
Have you ever seen a cuter apron? Probably not. Made in France, this one boasts an illustrated embroidered detail that stands in as an ode to the soon-to-open concept shop on London’s Carlos Place.
Embroidered Carlos Place cotton apron, Kilometre Paris, $368
Gucci’s inaugural decor collection does not disappoint. This embroidered cushion—with its vibrantly colorful baroque detailing, nonetheless—emulates whimsy with a fierce spin, resulting in an item that will undoubtedly bring on a major dose of style to your living room.
Hand-embroidered velvet cushion, Gucci, $1,150
Mixing and matching is highly encouraged with this one. The delicate weaving of color and pattern results in a dynamic finish that channels the brand’s Peruvian roots.
Painted ceramic plate, Peter Pilotto, $45
This two-tone incense burner is pure perfection. Simple yet elegant and lustrous in detail, its the speckled detailing of the stone disk that elevates the piece.
Circa Mineral dalmation stone incense burner, Common Projects, $273
Talk about a dream teapot! Its vintage-inspired design comes with a modern touch, bearing Gucci’s Herbarium motif in one seriously flawless finish.
Herbarium porcelain teapot, Gucci, $590
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