Favorite furniture and decor picks by our editors.
DESIGNER of San Francisco’s Geddes Ulinskas Architects maximized a small bathroom with a freestanding 41-inch round Siglo Japanese soaking tub wrapped with a custom “skirt” or “inverted barrel” of L-shaped walnut wood slats attached to white painted rubber belts. It is complemented with plaster walls by Bay Area firm TBC Plaster, Zellige tiles from Marin’s Clé, a Spokes pendant light from Foscarini and shower and faucets by Kohler.
DRAPE SKIRT 18 CHANDELIER
By Karen Gilbert + Paul Pavlak for SkLO, it consists of 18 individual pendants gathered into groups of three and supported by a series of six brass “skirt” structures arranged around a brass ring. Price upon request through Arkitektura.
Made from Henrybuilt’s Primary Objects line, it features a wood frame with steel shelves and back options in wood, aluminum or fabric (shown here in Oak finish and silver shelves). Pricing starts at $8,830 through Henrybuilt.
MANTO OUTDOOR SIDE TABLE
Made by Nby Coco Republic, the table is constructed from powder-coated aluminum in a charcoal finish and features a removable tray. From $225–$235 through HD Buttercup.
The piece designed by Roberto Tapinassi and Maurizio Manzoni features a metal structure with foam seat and backrest upholstered in Altica fabric (as shown). Swivel base in lacquered or chrome metal has automatic return mechanism with position memory. Pricing upon request through Roche Bobois.
Made by Fuse Lighting, it is made from polished brass with a hand-carved alabaster globe with LED (Title 24 compliant). Price upon request through Hewn.
Made by Roberto Lazzeroni for Poltrona Frau, it features a single slab, barrel-shaped marble top on a self-supporting easel structure wood base. Price upon request through DZINE.
This piece, made from solid brass with dark bronze exterior and antique brass interior finishes, features LED lamps and an adjustable five-foot overall drop. Designed by Martin Kobus. Available through Tazi Designs. Price upon request.
NIELSEN LEATHER CHAIR
The chair, shown in Italian Berkshire Cocoa leather with Brushed Brown Oak finish, is offered in 21 leather upholstery options and four oak finishes. Starts at $1,496 from RH Beach House.
E004 EMBRACE CHAIR BY EOOS
Made for Carl Hansen & Søn features a wooden frame with upholstery options in leather and fabric (as shown). Price upon request at Carl Hansen & Søn.
Made by NICOLE- HOLLIS for McGuire, it features distinctive angled legs in natural or ebonized oak and a wrapped Lampakanay seat in matte black or natural finish (as shown). Starts at $7,497 through McGuire.
The sideboard features a polished white marble inset top, solid mango wood frame with black finish and solid oak doors with natural finish. Available for $1,999 at Crate & Barrel.
CALX OUTDOOR SCONCE
Made from powder-coated metal with LED lamp. Available starting at $630 from Cerno.
This piece, by Nicole Hollis for Phoenix Day, is made from solid brass in satin finish with handblown glass shade. Trade pricing upon request at Sloan Miyasato.
NORA LOUNGE CHAIR AND OTTOMAN
Made by Norm Architects for Design Within Reach, it features a solid wood base with upholstery options in either Kalahari leather or fabric (as shown). Lounge chair $1,995–$2,995 and lounge chair and ottoman $2,995–$4,095 (ottoman not sold separately).
Designed by Boris Klimek, the piece features an LED lamp made from handblown Czech crystal. Available in several color and configuration options including No. 3 (as shown). Pricing upon request through Lunaria-West.
MARIUS TALL CHEST
Made by Industry West x Harto is made from MDF and oak veneer with solid oak legs. Available through Industry West for $1,750.
ROUNDHOUSE TALL SIDE TABLE
The table features a white oak veneer top on a black powder-coated steel base. Available for $399 at Blu Dot.
Made by Bouroullec Brothers for Cassina features an extruded aluminum frame in four colors, including red (as shown) with padded upholstery. Price upon request through Arkitektura.
This article originally appeared in Spaces’s print edition under the headline: “Object Lessons On Going Local”.
SPACES Gallery editor Lisa Boquiren is a Marin-based design and architecture writer who also consults on brand strategy for creative businesses. She has served on committees for the American Institute of Architects and has overseen rebranding initiatives at EHDD Architects and the San Francisco Design Center.