The Pulp Edit: Captivating Glamour
Stylized Patterns &
Glamour is back with stylized patterns, bold gold, opulent layering and more than a touch of the exotic. We’re loving the maximalist approach and its focus on unique details and one-of-a-kind accessories.
Loving the ‘90s tribute in a recent issue of InStyle as the magazine celebrates its 25th anniversary, with Amber Valetta sporting the iconic Versace dress originally worn by Elizabeth Hurley.
Add some depth to any wall or ceiling with these eye-catching wallcoverings, including a swirling pattern from Cole and Son.
Global Views’ Eye of the Storm Antique Brass Box has a cool brutalist vibe. It’s perfect for a nightstand or coffee table.
This gorgeous Brunschwig & Fils fabric – designed by Les Ensembliers – is rich in pattern and texture.
Our newest finish for the Pulp Design Studios Starburst Pull is bewitching in a dark and mysterious matte black.
Ann Sacks has our heart with incredible tile designs full of depth and pattern. Liaison is twisting tale of mosaics and style from the Kelly Wearstler Collection.
Erin West creates limited edition and small-run handmade ceramics that can be found at Maestri Gallery. We love the spikes on the side of this bowl – a perfect combo of badass and beautiful.
The Gemma Statue from Bungalow 5 makes a Cubist statement with faces on several sides, hand molded in bronze.
Go Home takes tic-tac-toe to glam new heights with a 3D version of the old school pastime. Gorgeous in bronze and marble, there’s nothing childish about this board’s game.
Squares of bone, resin, and wood give the handle of this Gustav Magnifier a chic sensibility, from Global Views.
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