Ready for a Fall Refresh?

Update your space with some of our picks from this season's sale.

If autumn is the unofficial start of nesting season, these pieces from our Fall Sale will make your home a little more cozy and inviting, whether you’re hosting guests or staying home alone. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite items below.

Dimitri Omersa for Abercrombie & Fitch Rhinoceros Footstool

This handmade leather rhino by Dimitri Omersa makes a sturdy (it has a steel inner frame) and whimsical footstool. It can also be a friendly companion, as was the case for an Automaton client who got one when his dog passed away and he wasn’t quite ready for a new pet.

Susan B. Anthony (Sheehan 103), 1977, by Robert Indiana

In case you need a reminder to head to the polls, this Robert Indiana print is an appealing prompt to fulfill your civic duty (and appreciate the work of suffragists).

Christopher Duffy Modern Up! Balloon Round Coffee Table

With this Christopher Duffy balloon table in your living room, we can’t promise you won’t end up with Nena’s 1983 hit “99 Red Balloons” in your head, but with only 25 editions, you can be reasonably assured you’ll be the only one you know with this smile-inducing piece.

Pair of Queen Anne Wingchairs

Fall has begun: Do you know where you’ll be curled up with a book for the next few months? These appealing Queen Anne–style chairs, upholstered in a Southwestern-print fabric and Nubuck leather, are unique, but you can customize your own perfect pair.

René Lalique Pierrefonds Vase

We don’t know if glass master René Lalique had vibrant fall leaves in mind when he created this yellow amber glass vase, but the piece brilliantly captures autumn’s ephemeral beauty.

Eero Saarinen for Knoll Womb Chair

As its name suggests, Eero Saarinen‘s iconic Womb chair was designed for getting cozy.

Friedrich Adler Jugendstil Pewter Mirror

With its surround of two peacocks, this Art Nouveau pewter mirror packs a lot of detail in its diminutive (just 12 inches!) form.

Giancarlo Piretti for Anonima Castelli Pluvium Umbrella Stand

A utilitarian item that is also a piece of covetable mid-century Italian design? This 1970s cobalt-blue umbrella stand by Giancarlo Piretti features rotating disks that can store six umbrellas. It also looks pretty great by itself.

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