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Sharland England Splatter Verona Vase

Splatter Verona Vase

“Our Verona urns are super popular, especially in the larger size. I like to fill mine with long branches—blossoms in the spring and holly in the winter, whatever I can forage for outside to be honest— and display it as people enter the house,” Roe explains. “The vase is handmade in Southern Italy, in a seventh-generation family workshop.” In fact, everything for sale on Sharland England’s site is made by hand from small factories or artisan workshops. This beautiful vase comes in four splatter colorways, and Roe’s favorite is the terracotta and cream. “It is truly a statement piece.”

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Home at Last: Enduring Design for the New American House by Gil Schafer III

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Home at Last: Enduring Design for the New American House by Gil Schafer III

“I am slowly soaking up this delicious book on weekends when I can escape to a quiet chair,” Roe admits. “I think Gil is a genius, and I always learn something practical, as well as creative, from his designs. I listened to a podcast recently where he shared he initially veered away from pursuing architecture, thinking he wasn’t mathematically-minded enough. Thank goodness he changed his mind!”

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Casa Lopez Pedro Lamp Base

Pedro Lamp Base

“A favorite brand and designer in the interiors space, I share Carlos Lopez’s love of all shades brown—from terracotta and mustard to rust and chocolate. I’ve had this gorgeous glossy lamp base on my wishlist for ages and I need to grab it. Just imagine how many stunning fabric patterns could be made into the perfect lampshade.” It also comes in an emerald green, a royal blue with white splatter designs, and cherry red, among a few others.

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The Six Bells Blueberry Ristipisto Corduroy Pillow

Blueberry Ristipisto Corduroy Pillow

The Six Bells is a general store in Brooklyn that’s modeled after a fictional Cotswolds village. “The owner Audrey [Gelman]’s taste is spot-on, and she has the most exquisite, unique cross-stitched corduroy cushions,” Roe says. “I love this shade of blue, with some neutral and brownish undertones.” Pop it on your bed for a moment of deep, saturated color, or let it shine on its own on your favorite armchair.

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The Six Bells Blue Squares Quilt

Blue Squares Quilt

“I’m obsessed with these vintage-inspired quilts,” Roe says. “They add a touch of old Americana to my very traditional English decor. The blue hues pair really nicely with the cushion above and all my old patinated wooden furniture.” Though it may look like it belongs in a vintage shop, this quilt is made to order, so there’s no rush to buy the only one.

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Uniq’uity Allen Throw

Allen Throw

This mustard throw warms up any room. “It’s a pop of color without being too bright, and the perfect way to add some cozy, tonal layers to the scheme,” Roe notes. This throw also comes in nine additional hues if mustard doesn’t work with your space. “I have throws on the back of chairs, arms of sofas, and we even keep a basket full of rolled-up blankets and throws in the TV room for movie nights,” she adds. “This one is a blend of Belgian linen and alpaca, so it could not feel more luxurious and decadent.”

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Sharland England Piolo Bamboo Chair

Piolo Bamboo Chair

“This chair is a labor of love: It takes our artisans days to hand-torch and manipulate the pieces of rattan, so the final effect feels like antique tiger bamboo,” Roe explains. The cushion comes in three colorways and, according to the designer, is inspired by a vintage Anatolian design she found. Roe loves the brick red version, which she describes as “rich and warm.”

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Artfully Walls Silhouette of a Vase 21 by Eleni Psyllaki

Silhouette of a Vase 21 by Eleni Psyllaki

“I often source from Artfully Walls, as they have a huge but really well-curated selection of art, so you don’t feel lost as you look, and you can also choose your mount and frame,” Roe says. We at HB are huge Artfully Walls fans too. If you’re interested in curating a gallery wall, Artfully Walls is a wonderful place to start your search for beautiful art. “I have this Eleni Psyllaki print hanging in my dressing room and love the tones of brown,” she adds.

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John Derian Clover Dome Paperweight

Clover Dome Paperweight

“Before we left L.A., a friend had a very glamorous garage sale and laughed at how much I bought to then transport back to London with me,” Roe recalls. “But one of those pieces was this paperweight, and everyday when I sit down at my desk with my cup of tea, it makes me smile. Apart from having a practical use, objects like this, collected throughout different moments of your life, really do bring with them happy memories.”

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