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Jeweler Kimberly McDonald collaborated with rugmaker Marc Phillips to create a mesmerizing new line of rugs.
Photo: Courtesy of Marc Phillips

6 Gold-Accented Design Gifts that Will Warm Up Any Home

From gilded lamps to a Chinese-inspired lattice shelf, these accessories will add sheen to your space

There’s nothing like gold to instantly make an object feel even more luxurious with its rich and warm sheen. These design pieces add that glamorous touch with their shiny finishes and sleek designs. Galerie editors have selected these gorgeous design essentials for Winter that will surely brighten up any room. 

Jiun Ho’s Bergen triple-arm chandelier, available from De Sousa Hughes, takes cues from the phases of the moon with its pivoting alabaster shades. Available to the trade. desousahughes.com Photo: Courtesy of De Sousa Hughes
The subtle curve of Julian Chichester’s Hockney bench reflects the shimmering pools of the artist’s paintings; $2,823 (as shown in velvet). julianchichester.com Photo: Courtesy of Julian Chichester
The sculptural lines of the Appia armchair by Jean de Merry are animated by a series of swooping arcs, including the handsome bronze legs. Available to the trade. jeandemerry.com Photo: Courtesy of Jean de Merry

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For Jonathan Browning’s first furniture piece for RH, the lighting designer found inspiration in the rigorous geometry of 18th-century mazes and 19th-century Chinese lattice design. This jewel box of an étagère features a honed and polished-brass framework with stepped glass shelves; $2,996. rhmodern.com Photo: Courtesy of RH
Jeweler Kimberly McDonald collaborated with rugmaker Marc Phillips to create a mesmerizing new line of rugs based on her favorite natural materials, including opal, agate, and geode. This wool-and-silk version is inspired by her signature geode cuff and sold by custom order. marcphillipsrugs.com Photo: Courtesy of Marc Phillips
The iconic Aves Gold bone china pattern (left) by Royal Crown Derby gets a modern makeover. The reinvention (right) of the heritage design, originally created over 80 years ago, allows the table to be set in multiple new ways. The teacup in the original pattern is priced at $140; the update is $88. devinecorp.net Photo: Courtesy of Devine Corporation

A version of this article first appeared in print in our 2018 Winter Issue in the section called The Artful Life. Subscribe to the magazine.

Cover: Jeweler Kimberly McDonald collaborated with rugmaker Marc Phillips to create a mesmerizing new line of rugs.
Photo: Courtesy of Marc Phillips

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