Home Style: Warm Up Winter

Rich wood surfaces, earth tones and leather enlist the promise of warmth through the season's chilliest days.

Recycled bicycle candelabra from Hacienda, $49

Glass, enamel and copper artwork titled “St. Clair” (Cityscape Series No. 158) (2011) by Scott Goss, from The Store at the Society for Contemporary Craft, $1,200

Four-drawer dresser by Urban Houzzis is made of repurposed antique wood, from PerLora (price upon request)

Mahogany Leblon and reclaimed Brazilian Peroba Rosa Leblon coffee tables from Hacienda, $695 & $795

Leather-tufted sofa by Hancock and Moore, $4,999

Retro-inspired Jeannie chair from PerLora (price available upon request)

The VividShade decorative fixture is part of the Solatube Daylighting System, a low-impact and cost-effective option that eliminates the need for electric lighting in the daytime. It can be installed for less than $600. From Artemis Environmental, $120

Belvedere dining-room table with chairs, from Today's Home, $3,999

Retro-printed Moment of Truffle lamp from ModCloth, $54.99

Suspended walnut mantle clock from Crate & Barrel, $59.95

Animal hide-dyed, stenciled zebra acid-washed area rug from Weisshouse, $680

Striped alpaca throw from Ten Thousand Villages, $195

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