Room Changers

Sometimes all it takes is one stand-out piece to completely change the look of a room. We’ve rounded up nine

Half industrial, half organic, the Outline Floor Lamp melds bare driftwood branches with black-lacquered stainless steel. In a bedroom, living room or library, it’s sure to lighten the mood. $3,726. U.S. orders, call 212-370-4408. Bleu Nature,


The Hospicio Headboard is a timeless bedroom update. Artisans in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, stitch together 20-inch-square panels of leather in the configuration of your choice and add nickel-plated or lacquered-iron rings. Just hang it on the wall and voila!—an instant headboard. It’s equally chic in black, brown or saddle leather. $200 per panel. Casamidy,


It’s decidedly rustic, but we can imagine the Molesworth reproduction Round Burl Coffee Table taking center stage in any number of scenes, from Western to mountain-modern. When you’re this handsome, you’ll fit in just about anywhere. $6,600. Marc Taggart & Company,


You’ll never think of cowhide the same way again. Shown here in hues of Tricolor, Bark and Carrot, the Rewind Rug is made from hair-on-hide leather and can be specified in any color combo and size. It’s great on the floor and amazing on an accent wall. Price upon request. Kyle Bunting,


Every room needs one eye-catching chair. It’s a surefire way to escape the matchy-matchy trap. The simple lines of this Danish Modern Chair let the bold Brown Collins Ikat fabric really shine. Price upon request. Madeline Weinrib,


Need to dress up a hallway or make an accent wall pop? A new trend in wallcoverings—custom Watercolor Wall Murals—will do the trick. Add to the drama by playing with scale, extending the pattern down a hall or from the floor up to a high ceiling. From $12-$20 per square foot. Black Crow Studios,


American designer/artist Paul Evans created the straight-out-of-Mordor sculpted bronze Stalagmite Dining Table back in 1971 and a few can still be had today. It’s bold, a bit daring, and guaranteed to get the conversation started. $19,800. Milord Antiques, at


Switch out your builder-basic sink for the Veneto Pedestal and take your powder room from zero to 60 in a weekend. This sculptural beauty is available in honed black granite, silver travertine or a translucent multi-colored onyx (pictured). A tube light inserted through the plumbing opening is all you need to get that gorgeous glow. $6,800. Stone Forest,


The Colette Side Table’s solid hand-cast bronze legs remind us of a delicate ring setting. A diamante glass top is the jewel. Each table in the limited-edition series of 50 is handcrafted and signed by artist James Magni. Available to the trade. Magni Home Collection, for showrooms.

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