Things We Love: January Edition

January is a time for new beginnings. This month, we’re making good on our resolutions to find fresh sources of inspiration, travel more, and make our surroundings a little more stylish in 2017. From a cozy mountain retreat to intoxicating fragrances, here’s what’s got us talking at Viyet HQ:

Around That Time: Horst at Home in Vogue


What better time of year to curl up by the fire with a good book? This read is filled with fantastic photographs of some of the most striking interiors that graced the pages of Vogue in the mid-century.

Memphis Milano Steel and Lacquered Wood First Chair


This groundbreaking design from the iconic Memphis Group movement is worthy of a gallery or museum, but belongs in the home. With an enameled wood and metal finish, this accent chair adds a touch of vintage sophistication in any interior.

Penhaligon’s Juniper Sling


This refreshing, unusual scent is inspired by gin and tonics. The juniper notes are right for winter, but will also remind you of better, warmer days ahead.

Matsuoka Origami Six-Drawer Chest in Exotic Woods

An interesting angular design is accentuated by the diagonal grain of New Guinea walnut wood in this unique six-drawer storage piece.

Auberge du Vieux-Port Hotel


19th-century architecture makes this 45-room luxury hotel in Montreal a romantic choice for a winter escape.

Custom Sunburst Mirror


Crafted from mirrored glass and gold-leaf finish, this gorgeous mirror is a statement piece and a work of art for your home.

“Through the Mask”


Bringing together artists from different countries, this exhibition creates new meaning around masks. Each one has a unique design and functionality, showing us how the object of a mask can carry different representations across cultures.

Modern Sprout Growhouses


These contemporary mini greenhouses come with everything you need to nurture your own garden. It’s the natural antidote to winter blues.

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