Sat­isfy your sense of touch with tex­tured home­wares that are beg­ging to be picked up and held. Ce­ramic dishes in or­ganic shapes are ideal for warm­ing sea­sonal meals, while brass cut­lery adds a bright splash of lux­ury. And opt for soft ac­cents in wool, lea

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din­ner is served

(pre­vi­ous page) Col­lage chair, POA, from See­hosu. For­makami Pen­dant JH4, $375, from Great Dane. Crin­kle bed­spread, $304, Clear Tela tum­bler S 25 cl, $21 and L 45 cl, $28, and Clear Tela carafe 150 cl, $68, all from Hay. Dusk con­tem­po­rary linen ta­ble nap­kins, $ 45 (set of 4), and Blush linen table­cloth, $135, both from Cul­tiver. Lue Ja­pan din­ner fork and spoon, POA, from Hub Fur­ni­ture. Ce­ramic milk jug, $55, from Koskela. Ivory cin­na­mon ves­sel, $115, and geo­met­ric bot­tle opener, $24, both from Lightly. Ivory large resin peb­ble vase, $300, from Di­nosaur De­signs.

Plate up

(left) Hand­made plat­ter, $160, from Clay Ca­noe. Luna medium bowl, $50, from Ella Ben­drups. Lue Ja­pan din­ner fork and spoon, POA, from Hub Fur­ni­ture. Olive con­tem­po­rary linen ta­ble nap­kins, $ 45 (set of 4), from Cul­tiver. Hand-painted pears, stylist’s own.

spice of life

(above) Wide cheese­board, $65, from Ella Ben­drups. As­sorted Lue Ja­pan spoons, POA, from Hub Fur­ni­ture.

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