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Fashion Editor's Picks: 15 Stylish Items That Will Spark Joy At Home

By the time you're reading this, most of us will have already been working and/or cooped up at home for days, if not weeks. Which makes it even more imperative that we surround ourselves with things that can make being indoors more comfortable and joyful. Here, our picks of the stylish furnishings and objects that will make staying at home a truly sweet affair.
Porcelain vase, $42, Scene Shang
You’d only need a stalk of flower in this this mini vase (7.5cm wide x 16cm tall) to make a difference and add life to your work desk at home. Extra points for its minimalist take on chinois chic and pleasing celadon green hue. Bone china cups, $180 for a set of two, Tiffany & Co.
Want a break from all those viral shots of Dalgona coffee on social media now? We think these porcelain cups are more Insta-worthy. Fringes leather bucket bag, $2,900, Loewe
This sculptural bag blurs the line between objet d’art and fashion accessory. Designed by Galician artisan Alvaro Leiro for the Loewe Baskets project, it is entirely made from two calfskin tapes woven in a cross-cross motif and makes for a great conversation piece as a vase. Beosound Balance speaker, $3,200, Bang & Olufsen
Designed by British industrial designer Benjamin Hubert who is known for his curvaceous and clean modern designs, this voice-controlled home speaker is dressed up in warm neutral tones and comes with an oak wood base. Acrylic and metal scissors, $8.90, Iuiga
Your basic stationery gets a cool art gallery treatment in this winning combination of warm gold and clear plastic. Canvas vinyl holder, $1,490, Louis Vuitton
Audiophiles listen up: this Virgil Abloh-designed monogrammed case is the perfect showpiece to store your most-prized vinyl records. Calfskin and horsehair pocket brushes, $500 each, Hermes
These witty brushes for cleaning your shoes and clothing are the brainchild of the artisans at the maison’s petit h studio. Adelaide leather chair, $1,145, Bo Concept
The ergonomical design of this chair not only makes spending long hours at your desk much more comfortable, its Mod aesthetic adds character to your home office too. Dior x Daniel Arsham Future Relic clock, $18,500, Dior
Art fiends and hypebeasts will approve of this sculpture-meets-clock designed by contemporary American visual artist Daniel Arsham for Dior. The deconstructed hydrostone piece features multi-coloured crystals peeking out from under the cracks. Hach Greta rayon-blend bedroom slippers, $38.70, Atomi
These plush slippers will make you feel like you’re walking on the finest carpet 24/7. John Lewis & Partners brass lamp, $139, Robinsons The Heeren
The smoked glass shade of this sleek mid-century modern-inspired piece means that you can easily inject a cosy and warm ambience into your room. Moooi container bowl, price unavailable, Space
This practical design can be used as a planter for your indoor plants, a receptacle for your magazines, or converted into a coffee table when its top is added on. Marimekko cotton linen stole, $39.90, Uniqlo
The Finnish company, known for its bold graphic patterns, launches a third collaboration with Uniqlo on April 10. The summery prints in this outing include an 1956 archival design seen on this stole –  an instant way to throw some colour onto your couch. Porcelain dish, $960, Gucci
For a touch of Surrealist whimsy, look no further than this trinket dish made using porcelain from 285-year-old Italian company Richard Ginori. Polyester rug, $149.90, Iuiga
Fancy a little abstract art piece for your floor? Then this carpet will do the trick.