Guest Picks: Autumn Falling: The Season Changes With Warmer Hues
Get me six things to start tasting on the stove, STAT. This wooden tasting set is too gorgeous not to have in constant use — or constant view.
Why not mix up your cocktail entertaining this season with a gorgeous wooden box and simple accessories?
Pumpkin carving is not just for kids anymore.
This is one sultry salt cellar. I love the pink and tan tones. Come on over to my counter, pretty lady!
Gold on glass makes for instant glam. Who's thirsty?
I've been having the desire to cover everything in wood lately. Why stop at the appliances?
Cooler weather means warmer meals. I cannot wait to break out my tagine and start creating some spiced stews. This one in burnt orange is particularly gorgeous.
Speaking of stews and time spent over the stove; I desperately need an update, and first priority is switching over to copperware.
I love how this white bowl is warmed up with details on the inside. Soup will be revealing some chic surprises this season!
Diane von Furstenberg can do no wrong in closets or in pantries. This wood and gold-flocked set is taking rustic pieces to a new luxe level.
Because I think the new saying this fall should be "Put a fox on it."
This darling watercolor fall scene is a perfect and easy way to add a little splash of the season to your kitchen.
These interchangeable leather coasters look more like origami art than functional protection.
Undoubtedly there will be more tea drinking in the coming weeks, so make it mucho modern.
Sad to put away your tortoiseshell sunglasses? Why not replace that style need with sophisticated glassware?
I think I just discovered the most handsome table on the planet, and I'd like to have him over for dinner — forever.
Why is it that fall instills a nagging need for waffles in my brunch blood? I don't mind; I'm giving in.
Did someone say homemade cider?
The classic counter stool gets an upgrade with warm and modern design details. I'd love to have a few of these watching me prep in the kitchen.
Gold-flecked cowhide placemats? I'm going to have to say yes to the tune of four or six.Next: Your Easiest Fall Decorating Ever