May's Most-Wanted Home Furnishings and Accessories

04/16/2015 10:32 am ET | Updated Jun 16, 2015

By Hadley Keller for Architectural Digest.

AD editors select their must-have items, from simple pleasures to ultimate luxuries.


(photo: Victor Prado)

With a base of clustered Lucite spheres, the Sandrine table lamp by Mr. Brown London strikes a note of effervescent glamour. Pictured in the clear/seafoam colorway, with a natural linen shade, the 34.5"-tall lamp is also sold in clear/amber; $1,485 as shown., 336-886-2400


Rugged meets polished in Airedelsur's Porteño canisters. Hand-painted to resemble cowhide, the pine containers are accented by alpaca-silver bases and lids with bone handles. Shown in sizes from 7.5" to 10" tall, they are priced between $850 and $1,250 each and are available from Homenature., 212-675-4663


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Lladró's Winter Palace chandelier is the crowning glory of any room designed for elegant entertaining. As shown, the six-light white-porcelain fixture measures 27.5" dia. x 35.5" h. and costs $9,000. It also comes in 12- and 30-light versions and in white-and-gold porcelain., 800-634-9088


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For his soigné Hollywood collection for Haviland, AD100 designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard marries abstract tribal-inflected patterns with Art Deco flair in a sophisticated palette of platinum, gray, and black. The porcelain pieces include, from top, an underplate ($165), large dinner plate ($120), bread plate ($70), and teacup ($145) and saucer ($60)., 866-289-3286


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Libeco Home cultivates a breezy Hamptons vibe with its Sag Harbor collection of snappy striped bedding. Pictured are the standard sham ($95), queen coverlet ($536), and throw-pillow cover ($72); a tote ($227) and cosmetic-bag set ($87) are also available.


(photo: Victor Prado)

Tom Dixon's Cube desk accessories add a dash of industrial panache to your work space. The pen ($60), organizer ($85), tape dispenser ($85), and stapler ($65) are made of a copper-plated zinc alloy., 212-228-7337

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