Have you ever wondered about the products top interior designers are obsessed with? Lucky for you, we invited Andrew Fisher and Jeffry Weisman of the leading design firm to reveal some of their go-to finds for crafting a stylish abode. Their picks showcase the firm's signature style—classic with an element of fantasy—that is beyond inspiring. From a set of standout malachite plates to a swoon-worthy copper dutch oven, see their recommendations for making a house a home.
"Bunny Williams makes so many great lamps. It’s hard to pick a favorite, but the feathered glaze in this one is irresistible. Combine the pattern and color with the perfect vase shape and we have a winner."
"When we started buying copper pots from Dehillerin in Paris, we had to lug them home on the plane. We were thrilled when they started offering Federal Express delivery from the store, and now the pots are only a click away. The next giant innovation was changing the tin lining to stainless steel, which lasts forever and is far easier to clean. This sauté pan is Andrew’s all-time favorite piece."
"On the other end of the copper cookware spectrum is Amoretti Brothers, whose handmade copper pots (still with tin lining) are as beautiful to look at as they are to actually use. The fanciful handle on this pot makes us smile."
"Designed by Josef Hoffman in 1917, his Patrician series of glassware is our very favorite since we first spotted it at the Neue Gallery in New York. The delicacy and elegance is an unbeatable combination."
"We have a weak spot for malachite, and love these sumptuous plates from L’Objet."
"The Lido chandelier is a favorite among our newest designs. Circles and ovals of hand-blown, seeded clear glass are framed by steel wrapped in papier mâché and finished in any of our 10 standard finishes. Andrew and I love to create pieces that are classically-inspired but original—designs that take their final form by the finish the designer selects and the rooms in which they live. I love how the Lido sparkles and surprises."
"There are so many vendors of gorgeous linens today, but we are dazzled by the chic designs from Julia B. Besides their standard offerings, Julia B. creates custom designs for any interior."
"Fortuny is the benchmark for chic textiles. My introduction to the famous Italian textiles happened in the early 1980’s dining at Donatello in San Francisco, designed by Andrew Delfino in his namesake pattern. It was love at first sight and has never wavered."
"We have always loved these handblown glass hurricanes from Mecox. Every season, there are more and more hurricanes on the market, but we always come back to this favorite design for its perfect simplicity.