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Shopping With Interior Designer Jennifer Visosky

In a style rut? This trendsetting designer shares a few favorite furnishings and accessories that’ll shake up your look



Portrait by Carrie Patterson

In a style rut? The trendsetting principal of Grace Home Design in Jackson, Wyoming, shares a few favorite furnishings and accessories that’ll shake up your look.

"Lately I’m tuning into designs that haven’t been stripped down and regurgitated to the masses. I love pieces that add an element of glam and suggest a little bit of personality— like, ‘Hey, I love color and I don’t take myself too seriously!’"

SINK

“It’s sexy, sophisticated and doesn’t feel utilitarian.”
Gong marble washbasin by Enzo Berti for Kreoo 

TABLEWARE

“These pieces are so beautiful but not untouchable. Dress them up or down.”
dbO Home Indigo Kashmir Collection by Burkelman

ART

“Christine Flynn’s artworks capture the beauty of nature and the spirit of travel. What better muses can you ask for?”
“Elk Herd,” 2015. Photograph with mixed media and resin, 46” x 46”; christineflynnart.com at Parts Gallery 

FABRIC

“Here’s a fresh yet classic use of animal motifs. Check out their ‘Fox in the Woods’ wallpaper too.”
Bun linen fabric in New Morning, from the Manzanita collection; Lake August

SOFA

“Ridiculous!”
Approche Large 3-Seat Sofa by Sacha Lakic for Roche Bobois

RUG

“They believe in color and create timeless works of art.”
Cecelia hair-on-hide rug in celery, mint and taupe; Kyle Bunting

SEAT

“Strong, commanding and sexy, this chair could be a little naughty or just downright powerful.”
Becomes Me Armchair in tubular stainless steel with polished-brass finish, by Toni Grilo for Munna Design

TILE

“A design that’s graphic without feeling abrupt.”
Hand-painted ceramic Papillon tile by Ruben Toledo for Ceramica Bardelli

WALLPAPER

“These designs have big personality, color and movement. I’m totally obsessed with the whole line.”
Teal and Black Drips Watercolor mural; Black Crow Studios

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