1. Bonacina 1889 Embassy Armchair (Price upon request)
Made in Italy by masters of the craft, this wicker throne is covered with painstaking details. Note the braids that run along the arms, around the base, and up along the backrest. The chair is available in 15 finishes. Buy it at Bonacina 1889.
2. Alice Ogden Black Ash Baskets ($195)
New Hampshire basket weaver Alice Ogden crafts her heirloom-quality vessels from trees she fells and hauls from nearby swamps. Rimmed with white oak, the baskets “embrace form as much as function,” says Martha Stewart Living. The more decorative pieces “inspire awe in the beholder.” Buy it from Alice Ogden.
3. Currey & Co. Antibes Chandelier ($2,310)
The look of this woven rattan chandelier recalls New York’s Guggenheim Museum. It would look beautiful with a milky glass cylinder inside, or with nine warm filament bulbs on a dimmer switch. Buy it from Currey & Company.
4. Serena & Lily Anguilla Coffee Table ($798)
You don’t need a beach house to find a good place for this tropical coffee table. The woven rattan top measures 44 inches wide. Buy it from Serena & Lily.
5. Opalhouse Round Hanging Planter ($25)
6. Atelier Vime Medici Pedestal and Vase ($3,700)
The sculptural appeal of wicker is elegantly expressed in the work of Atelier Vime, a Provence-based workshop that The Guardian declares “has gained cult status in the design world.” Vime’s vase and pedestal are sold separately, but make a bolder statement together. Buy it from Atelier Vime.
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