Style Setters

What To See, What To Do, Where To Go? We Ask Those In The Know




What’s the chicest home accessory you've ever seen?

Wendy Svarre and cabinet

“I recently found a great mid-20th-century mirrored bookcase at Gustavo Olivieri Antiques [352 Montauk Hwy., Wainscott, 631-537-2811, gustavoolivieriantiques.com]. It's old world, yet completely modern at the same time.”
—Wendy Svarre, president,
Hunter Boot

“A garden-tool set and gloves from Hermès [63 Main St., East Hampton, 631-324-1177, hermes.com]. Having a garden is a luxury to begin with, and the Hermès set is both practical and luxurious. Plus, I love getting expensive things dirty!”
—Richard Sinnott, accessories director,
Michael Kors

 

“Framed family photographs. Brentano's frames [121 Crosby St., NYC, 212-226-3004, brentanosinc.com] add personality and charm to any home.”
—David Oliver, owner, Paint & Paper Library

 “Artist Nasahiro Mori's one-of-a-kind white plates [at Sara Japanese Pottery, 950 Lexington Ave., NYC, 212-772-3243, saranyc.com] are richly textured, yet elegantly simple and unconventional.”
—Jacqueline Coumans, fabric designer

 
 

“The bronze wishbone and teardrop pieces at Antony Todd [44 E. 11th St., NYC, 212-529-3252, antonytodd.com] are both whimsical and sophisticated. They're ideal accessories for a coffee or end table.”
—Eve Robinson, decorator

 


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