The Fall Covet List: Luxurious Materials Inspired By History

Fall into the season with these unique picks from our partners, which showcase luxurious materials and draw inspiration from history. Created from reclaimed steel, salvaged zinc, and cherrywood, these naturally beautiful finds will easily become the new focal points of your space.

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Landmark Design

Incorporating steel salvaged from original Golden Gate Bridge handrails and reclaimed wood, each Club Table is part of a limited edition run and is handcrafted locally using American-made materials. Golden Gate Design & Furniture Company, price upon request.

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Best Sides

This pair of Cherrywood Side Tables is rich in color and history. Dating to the 1940s, the American-made pieces have been beautifully restored to showcase the parchment veneered tops and ebonized aprons. Epoca, $7,200.

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Bathroom Bling

Claret-crystal and gold fixtures by Baccarat prove that jewelry can be found in the bathroom. Treat yourself with the Pétale de Cristal collection, inspired by lotus blossoms. The Bath + Beyond, price upon request.

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Box Logic

Composed of a series of interlocking boxes and made of salvaged zinc, steel and American black walnut, Pseudo Etecia is a six-foot-high artwork inspired by the architectural plans of artist Richard Von Saal’s Napa Valley firm, VonSaal Design Build; price upon request.

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Rich Tapestry

Newly created for the rug company by celebrated british designer Tim Gosling, the wool–and–silk Deco Spiral rug was inspired by the clean lines of the 1930s era Hay’s Wharf Building on London’s riverfront. Available at HEWN in the San Francisco Design Center; price upon request.

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