West Elm is without a doubt one of my favorite stores and I am excited to do another round-up of my current favorite West Elm items. My West Elm Love Lists feature new releases, pieces I own, or things am just super-in-love with. Enjoy this week’s picks!
A built-in USB port makes this MID-CENTURY TASK TABLE LAMP perfect for anywhere you want to stay connected. I envision it sitting perfectly on a desk or side table.
My favorite part of the is CAPSTONE RUG the minimalist pattern and low profile of the fibers.
Our living room has a giant east-facing bay window that we’ve left undressed for the last 2 years until last weekend we dressed with two panels of the REFLECTED DIAMONDS CURTAINS. I love the sheer linen material, the pattern, and the amount of privacy it gives us without denying us any natural light.
Taking inspiration from Brazilian mid-century designs, the PAULO BENT PLY LEATHER CHAIR combines comfort with bold contemporary forms.
Cast in metal from pieces of real driftwood, the CAST DRIFTWOOD SCULPTURE is a beautiful piece of art.
Our sunroom off the kitchen is coming together slowly but surely. We just added the FONTANNE LEATHER BENCH in the far corner flush against the southern wall. I love the sleek leather seat and the hand-welded black iron frame.
PETRIFIED WOOD OBJECT STANDS been cut and polished by hand in Indonesia. These objects can be used as anchoring decor for shelves and mantels. The natural materials used mean that no two are exactly alike makes each one a unique sculpture.
We used to have metal stools in our kitchen but when I saw these SLOPE LEATHER BAR + COUNTER STOOLS I just had to have them. They are as comfy as they are good-looking! The leather is soft and buttery and matches the veins in our granite counters perfectly.
Fishs Eddy is a New York City store famous for its vintage kitchenware and quirky collectibles. West Elm teamed up with them to create this classy brass and glass tray. We have our FISHS EDDY GILDED CAFE MIRROR TRAY in our dining room styled beautifully in the built-in bookshelf.
The MID-CENTURY CONSOLE borrows its tapered legs, angled face, and understated details from iconic ’50s and ’60s furniture design and would look perfect in your bedroom, foyer, or entryway!