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  • Lee Industries' stainless-steel and leather chaise.

      Lee Industries' stainless-steel and leather chaise.
    SHNS photo by Patricia Sheridan / Pittsburgh Post-

  • Currey & Company's Fornasetti-inspired fabric is upholstered on the front and back of the Palais armchair.

      Currey & Company's Fornasetti-inspired fabric is upholstered on the front and back of the Palais armchair.
    SHNS photo by Patricia Sheridan / Pittsburgh Post-

  • Fanshawe Blaine's vintage school-blazer-pocket pillow.

      Fanshawe Blaine's vintage school-blazer-pocket pillow.
    SHNS photo by Patricia Sheridan / Pittsburgh Post-

  • This Hancock & Moore Fowler chair upholstered in prism ebony leather with bisque trim finish and nickel nail heads feels like something Coco Chanel might have designed.

      This Hancock & Moore Fowler chair upholstered in prism ebony leather with bisque trim finish and nickel nail heads feels like something Coco Chanel might have designed.
    SHNS photo by Patricia Sheridan / Pittsburgh Post-

 
By Patricia Sheridan
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The time has come to turn on the furnace, light the fire and settle in for a long winter. Making the transition from outside to in taps into a primal desire to prepare your living space for the months ahead. Sometimes just adding one accessory or piece of furniture is enough to brighten up your interiors during the shortened days.

Here are a few items you might want to pick up to perk up your life. All turned up at the Spring International Furniture Market in High Point, N.C., and are available now.

Hancock & Moore's Fowler chair is smart, stylish and very comfortable. Upholstered in a diamond ebony leather, it looks like something Coco Chanel would have designed if she did furniture. It is shown with a bisque finish and nickel nailhead trim.

Currey & Company's chairs will always have your back -- and your attention. Upholstered on the front and back of the Palais armchair, the face on this Fornasetti-inspired fabric could launch a thousand conversations. It infuses any room with instant character.

Eco-friendly Lee Industries' leather lounger is exactly what the doctor (and anyone mad for midcentury modern) ordered. It's the perfect place to relax while someone mixes your whiskey sour at the new Oomph bar cart. Set on rolling casters and shown in deep pink lacquer, the mobile bar is also available in club navy, Turkish coffee and knockout orange, among others.

Designer Bunny Williams' carved wood, mini-skirted drinks table from her BeeLine Home furniture collection is the perfect place to set your cocktail on a coaster, of course. Its light mahogany stain shows off the craftsmanship.

When lounging, there's nothing like a pillow for support. Fanshawe Blaine Antiques & Interiors has applied 1950s-style-private-school-blazer-pocket crests to give these pillows a preppy look. Like energy and the seasons, preppy style never dies, it just returns in a different form.

For more information:

•Bunny Williams: bunnywilliams.com

•Currey & Company: curreycodealers.com

•Fanshawe Blaine Antiques: fanshaweblaine.com

•Hancock & Moore: hancockandmoore.com

•Lee Industries: leeindustries.com

•Oomph: oomphonline.com

Scripps Howard News Service

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