A Round Up of What’s Hot in Cape and Islands Showrooms

Text by Erika Ayn Finch

1. Pillow Talk
The silk Lovebird Leopard pillow in magnolia by Ngala Trading Co. was designed by Ardmore, a South African company originally known for its ornate ceramics. | Bodega, Nantucket, bodeganantucket.com
2. Gaslight
German artist Bernhard Dessecker was commissioned by BMW to create a dynamic lighting sculpture using only BMW headlamps. The original 85 Iconic Eyes light is on permanent display at the Bavarian National Museum. | JS Gallery, Wellfleet, jeffsoderbergh.com
3. Approach the Bench
The Colonial bench by Noir features on-trend caning along the back and a nailhead-studded seat. | Bespoke Abode, Vineyard Haven, Martha’s Vineyard, bespokeabode.com
4. Water Feature
Herbeau’s Valence faucet in polished nickel adds a touch of French country with an eight-inch curved spout and upturned lever handles. | The Water Closet, Nantucket, nantucketwc.com
5. Material World
Galbraith & Paul’s summery fabrics are block-printed by hand in the company’s Philadelphia studio. | Margo’s, Osterville, margoshome.com
6. Bowled Over
The twenty-two-inch Silhouette bowl by Stephen Schlanser has a polished edge and a driftwood-shaped cast-bronze base. | The Artful Hand Gallery, Chatham, artfulhandgallery.com

1. Pull Up a Chair
The Witch Brook leather chair features black-finished framing, wrapped arms of bleached ash, and a sling-style seat crafted from top-grain buffalo leather. | Vineyard Decorators, Vineyard Haven, Martha’s Vineyard, vineyarddecorators.com
2. Blanket Statement
At Island Weaves, artist Karin Ganga Sheppard crafts all of her creations on non-mechanized floor looms using heirloom-quality fabrics. | Island Weaves, Nantucket, islandweaves.com
3. Dive In
The dynamic Wall Diver sculpture by Global Views works as an art piece or even a towel holder. The sculpture is available in bronze (seen here) or gold or silver leaf. | Shor Home, Provincetown, shorhome.com
4. Round Table
The Sass side table by MPGMB for Souda derives its name from the master of postmodern design, Ettore Sottsass. Stacked wooden discs are finished in black, white, or clear, and topped with a honed Carrara marble surface. | Room 68, Provincetown, room68.com
5. Well Read
Bookshelves aren’t the only place for the classics. Each piece of Framed Book Spine Art is a forty-two-inch-tall, high-resolution image of an actual book spine. | Details Interiors, Harwich Port, detailsinteriorsinc.com
6. Floored
These six-inch terracotta hex tiles have been reclaimed from old buildings in France. | The Tile Room, Nantucket, tileroomnantucket.com

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