Christopher Guy pet bed.
Chambers Table Tennis Dining Table by Croft House.
Chambers Table Tennis Dining Table by Croft House.
Antarès Wall Covering by Omexco.
Grayson Chair by Century.
Decorative grille by Armac Martin.
Decorative grille by Armac Martin.
Decorative grille by Armac Martin.
QS Sardo Side Table by Noir.
Latour Chair by Kravet.
Bulthaup Function Boxes.
Garden Wallpaper by Christopher Farr.
Mitered Chest by Hyde Park Home.
Mixed Media Bed by Bernhardt Furniture.
Hardware by Addison Weeks.
Hardware by Addison Weeks resembles jewelry.
Hardware by Addison Weeks.
Broadway Leather Cocktail Ottoman by Lexington Home Brands.

Designer Favorites

Local pros reveal treasures that strike their fancies, from furniture and art to wall coverings and cabinetry

Pet Beds by Christopher
“These pet beds are adorable and swanky at the same time!”—Paula Grace Halewski, Paula Grace Designs, Inc.

Chambers Table Tennis Dining Table by Croft
“This versatile dining table doubles as a ping pong table. It can be customized in different sizes and includes a removable net; the Lucite legs add a touch of luxury. Imagine having a party and when dinner’s over, the net goes up and the ‘after party’ begins!”—Jennifer Wagner Schmidt, JWS Interiors

Antarès Wall Covering by through
“This beautiful, handmade cork wall covering is detailed with metallic paint that brings out natural textures and imperfections. It makes a room glow with elegance and sophistication.”—Laura Hildebrandt, Interiors by LH, LLC

Grayson Chair by
“A chair like this could be used in any room where comfortable seating is required. But the combination of upholstery and tape embellishment makes it truly special.”—Melanie Whittington, Whittington Design Studio

Decorative Grilles & Screens by Armac through
“Clean lines and lovely finishes, paired with a screened background and custom medallions, convey the British sophistication you might find in a London cigar bar. I love these screens in a butler’s pantry or bar with dark-gray cabinets and an antiqued mirror backsplash.”—Kirsten Kaplan, Haus Interior Design

QS Sardo Side Table by
“I like small tables that can hold drinks or objects and be moved around easily. With its unique style and Old Hollywood glamour and finishes, this small table completes a room.”—Katalin Farnady, Farnady Interiors

Latour Chair by
“I love the lines of this chair. The details of the back make it almost sculptural, but it is also very comfortable. It makes a great dining or accent chair and would also be beautiful at a dressing table.”—Kori Keyser, ASID, Keyser Interiors, Inc.

Function Boxes by
“These boxes are amazing space-savers for kitchens.”—Joseph Ireland, JDIreland Interior Architecture + Design

Garden wallpaper by Christopher through
“This dreamy fantasy of a garden (in Midnight Blue) is a 53-inch-wide, digitally printed wallpaper, perfect for a dining room or over wainscot paneling in a hall or stairway.”—Charles Krewson, Krewson Design

Mitered Chest by Hyde Park Home through
“This orange lacquered chest caught my eye with its pop of color and simple, elegant frame. It’s a super-versatile piece to float in a room—or use two as pedestals for a desk.” —Melissa Broffman, Melissa Broffman Interior Design

Mixed Media Bed by Bernhardt
“I love the coastal feel of this bed with metal, wood and linen upholstery.”—Gina Fitzsimmons, ASID, Fitzsimmons Design Associates

Hardware by Addison
“This former jewelry company now makes hardware for your cabinets—and it is brilliant. I love that you can interchange the stones with different styles and back plates. We’re using it in custom built-ins and closets, as well as bathrooms and kitchens. I’m also planning to swap out chest knobs for extra zing.” —Shazalynn Cavin-Winfrey, SCW Interiors, LLC

Broadway Leather Cocktail Ottoman, Lexington Home Brands  
“This piece is practical because often people want to throw their feet up on an ottoman at the end of the day, but they also want a place to put glasses or food while entertaining. The table easily slides from side to side.” —Shannon Bieter, Interiors by Shannon Bieter

Toward Versailles” by Celadon
“This caught my eye because the image draws you in so you feel as though you are walking into the scene. Hung at the end of a hallway or in a foyer, it fools the eye by creating depth and light.” —Pamela Harvey, Pamela Harvey Interiors