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Fringe Benefits

In a variety of materials, decorative trim adds whimsy and warmth to interiors



McGuire’s Guernica lounge chair with hand-knotted leather fringe, price upon request; to the trade at chuckwells.com or mcguirefurniture.com.

Quill chandelier in polished black nickel with glass pendeloques, 20 inches tall x 30 inches in diameter, $3,085; arteriorshome.com.

The Hallie stool from Made Goods, 18 inches square by 20 inches tall, bordered in strips of suede, $1,200; to the trade, madegoods.com.

Handwoven ivory and black, or white and natural cotton pillow covers, 20 x 20 inches, $40 and $42; Oh Little Seed on etsy.com.

Half-round hall table handcrafted by John Gallis with juniper “fringe,” price upon request; norsemandesignswest.com.

Molesworth-inspired three-tiered table by Marc Taggart with gold ox-hide fringe, price upon request; marctaggart.com.

Claudine Molded Fringe in cotton with wood drops, from Schumacher, $236 per yard, to the trade; fschumacher.com

As seen in the September/October 2019 issue

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