menswear at home

January 12, 2015

Textured, tailored pieces that suit up in style

Cool, crisp, and timeless. Men’s fashion leaves a lasting impression that translates well into the world of home goods and accessories. Trim and textural, these neutral examples borrow from the boys and look sharp when paired with almost any color palette. From seats to sectionals and baskets to pillows, the items shown will become instant classics in any room.

Warm salt/pepper tweed fabric tightly hugs the clean lines of the parlour mushroom chair, with a tapered back that offsets a sink-in seat.

Weave a modern tale of form and texture with rapunzel baskets, made of dyed water hyacinth that’s hand-braided and coiled into a chunky, rounded shape.

The facetta natural chair by Manuel Saez puts a new spin on the midcentury aesthetic in a linen-like fabric, finished with a fashion-forward hidden zipper in the back.

Made of three easy pieces—a left arm chair, right arm loveseat, and ottoman—the ditto grey sectional features slim track arms and tufted cushions in a tweedy grey fabric.

The bold lamu plaid pouf by Brooklyn-based designer Aelfie Oudghiri stripes up grey and black with sunny pops of yellow as an ottoman or extra seat.

The fashion-driven suitor chair mod plaid by Brooklyn-based designer Aelfie Oudghiri reimagines a classic wingback silhouette in striking new proportions.

Live luxe in small spaces with the club leather sofa, handcrafted in North Carolina with top-grain leather that’s topstitched to highlight every modern angle.

Designers Robert and Cortney Novogratz’s modern take on a familiar, vintage form, the stick around white grey arm chair wears sleek faux grey leather on a hi-gloss frame punctuated by silver nailheads.

Like lounging with your favorite sweatshirt, the cushy cross-hatched jersey interknit pillows give super-soft grey cotton jersey a smart look.