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Introducing the Journey Home Fragrance Collection

Introducing the Journey Home Fragrance Collection

I am excited to introduce the Journey Home Fragrance Collection from Copenhagen. This unique collection features either candles in an iron vessel with lid or Icelandic lava stone potpourris on an iron pedestal with essential oil.

 

Choose from six distinct and spellbinding scents sold exclusively at our showroom in Los Angeles or at our Private Stash in Montecito.

Limited quantities available. 

10013: NEW YORK, FACTORY, WOOD
Historic images of cast-iron architecture and incense of burnt cedar.
Named after and inspired by New York City this dulcet scent breathes the
rich artistry of the SoHo neighborhood with its cosmopolitan old-factory
vibe.

ASH: CLOUDY, SAFFRON, SPICY
Saffron, saffron, saffron! A rejuvenating orange-yellow oasis of aromatic
fields amongst the sandy landscapes of the East. Solid remnants of fiery ash and pronounced Iris tones.
 
MA'AT: MYSTERIOUS, EGYPT, SOIL
A warm mélange of sunbaked wood and fertile black soil to bring you
back to ancient Egypt. Indulge your senses and follow the fragrance through its enigmatic maze to the ritualistic banks of the river Nile.
 
MMXXI: TABAC, POWERFUL, VIOLET
Luscious wild beds of violet with notes of perfectly weather- red leather
and hazy tabac. Intoxicating and forceful this scent reverberates Virgilian
words of boldness.

O'HARA: ROSE, DUSTY, INCENSE
An intensely green bouquet of sophisticated white O'Hara roses dominates this scent. Both fresh and sensuous it may lead your imagination to a lady boudoir of old with its overwhelming flowery presence and heady, dusty powders.

VOLUBILIS: MOROCCO, MIST, RUINS
Moroccan mint and the airy aroma of clean, sunbathed linens. Invokes
travels to the picturesque hills of ancient Volubilis draped in fresh green mint and oleander.

Rioja Retreat

Rioja Retreat

I love the vibrant color palette and mix of vintage and antique furnishings in this Rioja wine country home. Designed and restored by the Casa Josephine team, the residence exudes a sunny, playful charm. Get inspired with similar items from Lee Stanton by clicking though the galleries below. 

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Photo: Philippe Garcia


Midcentury Marvel

Midcentury Marvel

The São Paolo home of midcentury architect Julio Katinsky (b.1932) is a testament to the Brazilian modernist's longevity of vision. Cool and clean yet sensuous and grounded, the home's brutalist concrete architecture and huge glass walls create a dynamic interplay between its indoor and outdoor spaces. Get inspired with similar items from Lee Stanton by clicking through the galleries below. 

  

  

  

  

 

Photo: Ricardo Labougle for AD España. Styling by Leandro Favaloro and Martina Lucatelli


Autumn in New York

Autumn in New York

I'm very inspired by designer Francisco Costa's masterful renovation of this 1910-built Park Avenue apartment. Bathed in a clear natural light and warmed by rich terracotta hues, the Manhattan home feels as cool and crisp as an autumn day. Get the look with similar items from Lee Stanton by clicking through the galleries below. 

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Photo: Collin Hughes for Architectural Digest; Bjorn Wallander for Home Journal


Down to Earth

Down to Earth

Earthy and elemental, Edmund de Waal's bedroom is a reflection of the artist and writer's poetic. I've long been inspired by the thoughtful, meditative simplicity of his work, and his bedroom in Wales, seen here, is no exception. Get inspired with similar items from Lee Stanton by clicking through the gallery below.

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Photo: The World of Interiors.


Pattern Play

Pattern Play

I love the dynamic play of pattern, texture, and tone in this bedroom tableau taken from Cabana founder Martina Mondadori's Milan apartment. Playful, elegant, and full of personality, the editor's signature flair for bold and eclectic spaces can be seen on full display. Get inspired with similar items from Lee Stanton by clicking through the gallery below.

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Photo: Cabana, Volume I


Salt of the Earth

Salt of the Earth

The Formentera home of Marni cofounders Consuelo and Gianni Castiglioni is a compelling invitation for doing less. The pair's island oasis is defined by its raw, elemental simplicity, commitment to natural light, and curated assemblage of antique textiles and vintage finds. Get inspired with similar items from Lee Stanton by clicking through the galleries below.

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Photo: Francois Halard for Vogue


Decorative Arts

Decorative Arts

Alan Dodd's London flat has the artist's touch. A richly imagined cornucopia of Gothic relics, Victorian eccentricities, and personal heirlooms, the decorative artist's home feels like a vision out of something by Oscar Wilde. The atmosphere is playful, eclectic, and full of irregular charm. Get inspired with similar items from Lee Stanton by clicking through the galleries below.

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A portrait of the artist by David Hockney. I love how the interior depicted in the painting is a mirror and extension of the space in which its hung.

  

  

The spirits of Sir John Soane and William Morris are alive and well in this irreverent mantlepiece tableau.

  

  

Incredible bamboo detailing and a dusky, vibrant color palette make this powder room one to remember. 

Photo: James McDonald for The World of Interiors