When you stop to think about recliners, what do you picture? I’m willing to bet your mind will lead you down the same path as mine, toward the bulky upholstered chairs of your childhood that were likely helmed by and reserved for your dad or your grandfather. They probably look nothing like any piece of furniture in your own home today, but thankfully the recliner has been quietly reinvented for a more modern home by American Leather.
I, for one, am thrilled – because man, are recliners comfortable or what?! I have a lot of fond memories of curling up in my Dad’s cumbersome chair, and these new designs are equally as welcoming. The seven sleek silhouettes are stylish and modern, two things I look for in every piece I bring into my own home. And when closed and upright you might never even know that these clean-lined chairs are concealing a reclinable feature.
When creating your chair choose from literally hundreds of color and texture options, making your custom modern day recliner perfectly suited to whatever kind of lifestyle happens within the walls of your home. There’s microfiber for homes with children or clumsy adults, cozy chenilles for the homebody, and of course natural classics like leather for a timeless aesthetic. Even with customizations you’ll have your new recliner in about 30 days.
My favorite design, and the one seen throughout this post, is the Aston. I love its obvious mid-century design influences and the natural walnut frame that conceals its reclining capabilities. It features a slightly curved back that just begs to be curled up in! Have a look at American Leather‘s entire line and see how innovation really is at the heart of everything they do.
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These pieces all work together to create one incredible table full of glass, metal, and wood with cool undertones. But they also make great additions to whatever you already own because of their neutral simplicity. (Forever my go-to pieces.) Similarly the decor pieces I lean towards are transitional, great for fall and Thanksgiving but just as seasonal as we move into December’s holidays and beyond!
Clockwise from top left: Blanco and Tinto Wine Glasses // Set of 3 Gold Serving Spoons // Table Runner // Cinch Acacia Short Salt and Pepper Mills // Arabesque Gold Rimmed Double Old-Fashioned Glass // Baroque Platter // Stoneware Gravy Boat // Set of 3 Nesting Bowls // Acacia Cheese Board // Simply Smooth Wooden Bowl // Oblong Metal Dish // Organico Platter // Stoneware Mug // Terra Cotta Evelyse Plate // Set of 4 Napkins // Gold & Wood Servers // Glass with Gold-Colored Rim // Crinkle Serving Bowl // 20pc Stainless Steel Silverware Set // Low Serving Bowl // Metal Beverage Serving Set // Merci Deep Plate
Clockwise from top left: Gold Fern and Berry Wreath // Handthrown Ceramic Taper Candle Holder // Stargazer Glass Bubble Lights // Metal Lantern // Mixed Eucalyptus Wreath // Limelight Glass Tulip Vase // Glass Cloche // Vertical Stripe Doormat // DIY Thanksgiving Floral Centerpiece // Zinc Adjustable Taper Candle Holder // Wooden Taper CandleholderPosted In accessories, entertaining, holidays, house and home, kitchen, living, thanksgiving
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That feeling in your gut when you break something that’s immensely important to you is nearly indescribable. Your stomach clenches, your blood runs cold, your heart breaks a little with it.
But have you head of kintsugi? The ancient Japanese art of kintsugi, which means golden joinery, is all about turning ugly breaks into beautiful fixes. Proposing that repair can make things better than they were when new. You can put it into practice yourself with this kintsugi kit that uses gold dust mixed with an adhesive.
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Circuit Chandlier is a two-dimensionally structured pendant with the ambiance of a chandelier inspired by the graphic expression of circuit boards. Andréason & Leibel partnered in this project with Csaba Humenyik of Humi, glass producer of custom made chemistry glass products.
Painterly Spectrum Resin Table Lamp brings colors and their associations into a space as an object. It’s made of epoxy resin that’s cast on the surface of parchment paper onto which different colored strokes are applied using latex paint. When it’s lit the light source makes abstract associations visible in a transient way.
Sun Lights is a series of lamps created by the exploration of the displacement of light. Inspired by sun-gazing, the muted light provides a warm glow with a color gradient similar to dawn and sunset. The like-absorbing acrylate, in combination with the dimmable LED illumination, provides subtle mood lighting, in which the reflection of the material creates depth. Available in a variety of color options.
Little Sun Diamond Outdoor Lamp features a crystalline faceted lens and is inspired by nature. This pocket-sized, featherweight, solar-powered LED lamp was conceived to bring clean, affordable light to 1.1 billion people living worldwide without electricity in off-grid areas. For those without electricity, it’s a clean, steadfast alternative to dangerous and polluting forms of light like kerosene lanterns. Every lamp sold delivers one Little Sun to an African community without electricity at a locally affordable price. Five hours of sunlight charging produces five hours of power.
Walter Table Light has a unique 1960s feel inspired by space age design, with a striking combination of either satin brass or satin copper and a choice of opal or anthracite glass shades. The lights are available in two sizes and they have an integral dimmer on the base.
The Voie light series is the result of an investigation into the manipulation of light-paths. Having chosen neon, the base creates an interception on the path the light follows through the marble base. Subtle nuances and the uniqueness of each block of stone are highlighted when lit-up.Posted In house and home, lighting, living, round up, series
Now that’s it’s almost time to start layering up again, it’s also time to think about where to put all of those layers when you’re not wearing them. If you’re lucky enough to have a coat closet or the like, check out these steel IKO IKO Hangers! They’re technically designed as shirt/dress, pant, and towel hangers, but I’d rather show them off.
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