From florals to butterflies, these new decor pieces are elegantly feminine and have us eating our hearts out.
Bloom Easy Armchair Swivel by Kenneth Cobonpue
You’ll feel like some kind of magical garden nymph every time you sit in this collector’s object by the acclaimed industrial designer Kenneth Cobonpue, whose clients include Hollywood A-listers and royalty. Bloom is made from microfiber composed of fine running stitches that radiate from the center of the seat to rest on a polymer and steel frame. $3,430 at JANUS et Cie. Find a showroom here.
Hyago Large 3-Seat Sofa from Roche Bobois
This sofa is as glamorous as it gets: The seat is covered in velvet, and the outside is covered in jacquard embroidered with golden flowers. Fashionistas will appreciate that said jacquard was designed by the late Japanese designer Kenzo Takada. $9,345 at Roche Bobois. Find a showroom here.
Butterfly Chandelier by Boatswain Lighting
If you jump at the chance to go to a butterfly sanctuary, then this light fixture’s for you. It’s composed of handmade, porcelain-bisque butterflies, each slightly different and embossed with a delicate damask pattern. The porcelain casts a gentle light. The artist is Englishman Jason Boatswain, whose large-scale fixture hangs in London’s St. Pancras Station. Price upon request, exclusively at Bright on Presidio.
Bouquet Coffee Table by Kenneth Cobonpue
Here, designer Kenneth Cobonpue has translated the floral centerpiece into a sculptural object that’s both eye-catching and functional. The top features a floral relief pattern on fiberglass, and the base is stainless steel. The table is suitable for both indoor and outdoor environments. $1,000 at JANUS et Cie. Find a showroom here.
Cinque Fiori from Corbin Bronze
This bronze sculpture of a garden—28 inches high and 29 inches wide—was inspired by American sculptor Tom Corbin’s visit to The Art Institute of Chicago, where he came upon one of Van Gogh’s sunflower paintings. With Cinque Fiori, Corbin deconstructs the still-life form, taking cues from the Dutch painter’s impasto technique, with evocative results. Limited edition of 80, price upon request. In San Francisco, contact Sloan Miyasato. In Chicago, contact Holly Hunt.
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Lisa Boquiren is an architecture and design aficionada who provides brand strategy for creative businesses. She has overseen rebranding initiatives at EHDD Architects and the San Francisco Design Center, and she creates convergent conversations on A+D, and presents, at the American Institute of Architects’ San Francisco and Los Angeles chapters. Photo by Thomas Heinser