Seeing Red

Nothing lights up a tabletop like bold, go-for-it color

Produced by Diane Ewing
Photography by Howard Bjornson

red home accents On the left, from left to right: Small round frosted glass vase by Venezia Salviati, $420 for a three-piece set, at Saks Fifth Avenue, 700 N. Michigan Ave., 312-944-6500; ten-inch Evolution glass bowl by Waterford, $325, at Macy’s, Water Tower Place, 312-335-7700; lacquered wood pedestal dish by World Treasures, $40, at Material Possessions, 704 N. Wabash Ave., 312-280-4885; Barbara Thompson’s tall Solo vase made from 50 layers of silk and lacquer, $200, at Ligne Roset, 56 E. Walton St., 312-867-1207. (Background: Summertime in Melograno merino wool blanket by Arcade, $980, at Luminaire, 301 W. Superior St., 312-664-9582.) Opposite: Vitrelexi 12-inch striped glass bowl, $265, at Bloomingdale’s Home & Furniture Store, 600 N. Wabash Ave., 312-324-7500.

 

To the right: L’Objet scallop-edged ceramic dessert plates (in coral and chocolate), $45 each, dinner plate, $55, and pedestal cake plate, $150; Kim Seybert linen napkin, $28, and BH olivine resin napkin ring, $28, at Saks Fifth Avenue. (Background: Two-sided chocolate/orange cashmere blanket from Linea Casa’s Night Collection, $1,314, at Luminaire.) home accents in red

 

red accents for the home To the left: Ten-inch Evolution hand-blown etched-glass footed vase (or candle holder) by Waterford, $198, at Bloomingdale’s Home & Furniture Store.

 

 

 

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