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What a One Kings Lane Stylist Is Coveting Now

What a One Kings Lane Stylist Is Coveting Now
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Our megatalented stylists work magic every day, dreaming up gorgeous rooms and eye-catching vignettes—and getting up close and personal with many of the pieces on our site in the process. So who better to give us the inside scoop on the most covetable items?

First up: veteran stylist Anthony Santelli, who’s known around the office for his love of neutrals and impeccable eye for antiques. “My style is modern, but I like to mix in a little vintage,” says Anthony, who shares a few of his current One Kings Lane favorites below.

Vintage 19th-Century English Lazy Susan. “A lazy Susan is a great way to organize in the kitchen. You can use it on a countertop to corral frequently used spices by the stove or in a cabinet to maximize storage space and keep things organized.”

Indigo Pot Holders in Dark Gray. “I love the color and simple shape of these round pot holders. In addition to using them to handle hot items, I use them as trivets to protect surfaces.”

Vintage Hermès Double Sens Étoupe Brown Tote. “This is a total fantasy buy for me. Classic, simple, and reversible! Two bags for the price of one.”

Devin Task Lamp in Saddle. “I have always loved task lighting. I love how beautiful and functional it can be. This one by Ralph Lauren Home is wrapped in leather with a simple linen shade. Perfect on a desk or a bedside table.”

Large Canvas Globe. “The white canvas and dark outlining on this globe is so striking. It makes a great addition to a bookcase.”

Vaso Planter in Gray. “I really love everything we have on the site by Middle Kingdom. The shape of this planter is so beautiful. The base is separate from the bowl, so it can be nested and stored when not in use. I would fill it with some clump moss and add a few small ferns and stones to create a terrarium-like centerpiece.”

Vintage 1960s Atomic-Style Lloyd’s Radio. “I fell in love with this piece as soon as I saw it on the site. The shape, the mix of materials… It’s a radio but also a sculpture.”

Woodstock Place Setting. “I love so many of the Farmhouse Pottery pieces we offer on the site (pot holders above included). The matte finish on this set really appeals to me, along with the plain, simple shapes of the handles.”

Vintage 1930s Silver Shield Faux Bois Jug. “I was introduced to faux bois when I was an editor at Martha Stewart Living and have loved it ever since. The finish on this jug is beautiful. Even though it dates back to the 1930s, it still feels modern. I feel like that’s the case with a lot of faux bois pieces.”

Trio of Round Baskets in Charcoal. “These baskets have a natural, organic shape that I love, and they nest for storage when not in use. They’re handwoven by craftswomen in Bangladesh and great for organizing and storing a variety of things.”

Jute-Blend Rug in Gray. “I have always been a big admirer of Thomas O’Brien’s style and products—he is a big influence on my own personal style and the way I like to live. The blend of wool and jute and the linear pattern on this rug is a winning combination.”

Rustic Canister. “The mix of rustic wood and glass is beautiful, plus the leather loop detail is the icing on the cake. This canister comes in two sizes and would work in the kitchen, the bathroom, or the office—anywhere really.”

Julisa Steel Side Chair in Bronze. “These chairs are a reinterpretation of Thonet’s classic bentwood chairs. I love that they are made of steel—I think that’s really unexpected for this chair style.”

Leul Cotton Pillow. “The fabric has a heathered look and is accented with stripes of metallic thread. It’s probably the most glam thing I have in my apartment.”

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