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Create a Warm Backdrop for Holiday Entertaining With These Inviting Furnishings

Create a Warm Backdrop for Holiday Entertaining With These Inviting Furnishings

Easygoing living rooms, comfortable kitchens, and intimate dining areas are the home’s focal points during the holidays, so make them stylish and relaxing this season.

It often happens at gatherings, no matter the size-people will gravitate to rooms that are warm, well lit, and conducive to conversation. Whether you’re planning to host cocktail soirees or looking forward to intimate, long-overdue visits with family, the goal of your home preparations for the holidays should come down to one thing: Make it inviting.

To inspire your seasonal upgrades, we’ve pulled together a visual wish list of pieces from Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams’ collection of handcrafted furnishings for every room. Beyond their great design, these serene spaces-outfitted with the brand’s seating, rugs, tables, lighting, and barware-pass the ultimate litmus for the holidays: They all encourage us to slow down and savor the moment.

Fans of Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams will find plenty of gift-giving inspiration in the company’s holiday gift guide. As always, Comfort Club members save 25 percent year round.

Scroll for a closer look at these versatile pieces from the modern heritage brand.

Slender in profile yet plush, Ada dining chairs encourage guests to linger at the table, and they come in hundreds of upholstery options. Nickel-finished candle holders in three different sizes add a classic touch to the table setting. The sustainable and easy-to-clean Omni rug is made from recycled plastic bottles and stands up to heavy use.

The kitchen is where all good parties end up, so make it cozy with a textured Brooklyn rug and invite friends to pull up a comfortable Remy stool with a curved back and floating seat. The spalted maple bowl on the sideboard makes an artful catch-all for kitchen essentials.

Cooper Studio swivel chairs pair well with the Vienna round cocktail table’s simple geometry and creamy marble top. With a decanter of wine ready to serve on the handsome walnut and painted-glass Dark Sky tray, there’s no better place to settle into a long conversation.

The Vienna chest has midcentury-modern flair and plenty of storage space for entertaining requisites, such as this shapely wine cooler made of Carrara marble. The intriguing artwork-a print by San Francisco–based artist Rob Delamater titled Modern Forms II-provides the perfect icebreaker.

Arranged beneath the retro-style Savoy chandelier, this alluring seating area comprises the low-slung Hunter lounge, Costello swivel chairs, and Addie coffee table, which features an inset top of black glass and a brushed metallic finish that accentuates its timeless form.


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