4 Home Décor Must-Haves for Texture and Flair

These home accents play up the power of tactility, from a faux fur throw with a pattern reminiscent of pressed flowers to a chic sofa upholstered in a mohair cotton cord.

faux fur poly throw with abstract motif
a patchwork console clad in pale orange stone­ware tiles

Erin Fetherston for Anthropologie

Product: Dulcette.
Standout: The fashion and interior designer’s inaugural collab with the boho retail giant yields a plush faux fur poly throw with abstract motifs resembling pressed flowers scattered on a coffee-colored ground. anthropologie.com

Jeff Martin for Objective Gallery

Product: Sarcophagus.
Standout: Highlights of the designer and Vancouver gallery owner’s recent New York exhibition with Sam Klemick, “Please Sit for the Alternate Ending,” included a patchwork console clad in stone­ware tiles. objectivegallery.com

uphol­stered yellow sofa, shown in mohair-cotton cord
a black wall-mount pot filler

Grant Wilkinson and Teresa Rivera for SCP

Product: Peonia.
Standout: Peony petals inspired both the name and the gracefully bowed form of the debut uphol­stered sofa, shown in mohair-cotton cord, by the hardwood-furniture specialists and married cofounders of Wilkinson & Rivera. scp.co.uk

Shea McGee for Kohler

Product: Edalyn.
Standout: To commemorate the K&B behemoth’s 150-year anniversary, the Studio McGee founder perused its archives and applied her sig­na­ture transitional aesthetic to a collection that includes a chic wall-mount pot filler. kohler.com

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