Fall will be here before you know it (mark your calendars for September 22), and whether you're looking to spice up your wardrobe or give your interiors a little makeover, there's no denying this is the time for reinvention.
Our September 2017 issue just happens to be packed with a number of unique finds to give your home a major (or minor, if you wish) style update. In particular, you'll find designers are experimenting more with futuristic furnishings that add edge to a classic look. Those pieces, combined with a stunning display of handmade French homewares, will leave you filled with inspiration to make a change this fall.
From a futuristic-looking desk made from extra-light glass to a multicolored rug handwoven in Guatemala, the latest trending home decor is made to turn heads.
Photo credits: Chair: Jamini Design; chaise lounge: Moving Mountains; pendant lamp: Louis Poulsen; rug: Minna; table: Cattelan Italia
Crump & Kwash Lloyd chair, $1,500, , Moving Mountains Chaise lounger, $9,500, , Stella and Confini tableware by Marco Lorenzetto, from $135, , Charles Kalpakian Dot Twin stools for Christophe Delcourt, $4,065 per pair, , Minna Wandering Mark wool rug, $850, , Jamini cotton pillow covers, $133 each, , Roll Keramik table by Cattelan Italia, $7,608, , PH5 pendant lamp, $950, .
The of kitchen faucets by stuns in a retro-modern design. Take a look at more stylish products to improve any room in your home this month.
Photo credits: Portofino range: Smeg
Smeg Portofino range, $3,999, hoods, $1,499, , Buster + Punch dimmer, $80, , Held lighting fixture by One Illuminates, $1,085, , Articulating faucet by Brizo, $1,062, , Nouveau Pin board by All the Way to Paris, $from $240, , Veneto Ceramicas porcelain tiles, $12 to $15 per square foot, .
With its centuries-old reputation as the world’s foremost purveyor of finely crafted furniture, sumptuous fabrics, and trendsetting decorative arts, France has long been a destination for exquisite custom design. These dazzling products prove the art of the handmade continues to flourish.
Photo credits: Diamond necklace: Cartier; ring: Van Cleef & Arpels; chaise lounge: Hervé Ternisien
Declercq Yoshiwara two-tassel and Bilboquet tieback, price upon request, , Atelier Prométhée tiles, to the trade, , Prelle Kérylos silk-cotton fabric, to the trade, , Cartier Résonances diamond necklace, price upon request, , Van Cleef & Arpels Fleur Bleue ring, price upon request, , Tassinari & Chatel Salon des Jardins silk taffeta, to the trade, , Rinck leather-and-oak chaise lounge, .
For designer , an apartment in an up-and-coming neighborhood provides a perfect canvas for an insouciant update on classic Parisian style.
Credits: Sculpture: Sies + Höke/Achim Kukulies; lamp; Nicole Marnati; tub: Aston Matthews; Side table: La Chance/Sebastian Herkner; chandelier: Michael Anastassiades, Side table: ©Luxproductions, Dry bar: TOKEN; Coffee table: Hagit Pincovici/Pamono.com
Claudia Wieser sculpture from Sies + Höke, , Emmanuel Babled Osmosi lamp, price upon request, , Aston Matthews Astonian Brunel tub, $3,462, , La Chance side table by Sebastian Herkner, price upon request, , Chandelier 9 by Michael Anastassiades from The Future Perfect, price upon request, , Stromboli Lava Series side table by Stéphane Parmentier of Ormond Furniture & Interiors, price upon request, , Dorothy Dry Bar cabinet from TOKEN, price upon request, , From Above II Coffee Table by Hagit Pincovici from Pamono, $7,297, .