If you’re looking to add personality to a room, then look no further than these unique pieces chosen by Ann Cox, owner of Tampa-based Ann Cox Design, a full-service interior design studio specializing in new builds, renovations and unique furnishings.
The Pierre Desk’s rounded frame takes its cue from the late ’60s with whitewashed oak and faux shagreen drawer panels, making it a contemporary beauty. “This Made Goods desk is the perfect combination of function while also being a statement piece,” Cox says. “I love the curved top and how it transitions to tapered legs.”
$4,600 (64 by 30 by 31 inches); madegoods.com
Graceful curves take center stage in the Deanna Table Lamp, which wears an antique brass finish on its undulating body. A tailored beige cotton drum shade complements the look. “This lamp has been a favorite lately because it can easily mix with other items while also being a standout piece on its own,” Cox shares.
Chunky, natural teak is paired with tightly woven seagrass in this comfortable, charismatic Laredo Chair that is as sturdy as it is stylish. “I love this interesting chair from Noir – the teak, the curved top, wide legs, I love it all,” Cox notes.
The ultimate nap just might be possible on the Shade Black Daybed, with cozy cushions and a grand frame made to endure the elements outside in style. “This daybed is perfect to elevate any outdoor patio,” Cox points out. “The size makes it ideal for lounging while still providing some shade.”
Eclectic and dreamlike, this patterned Hallu Sunrise/Mist Rug is an eye-catching focal point for any space. Designed for Loloi, the Hallu Collection is hooked of 100% wool pile in India. “I just installed this rug in a client’s home and it is absolutely gorgeous,” Cox notes. “I personally love anything that Justina Blakeney designs.”
$389 (5 feet by 7 feet, 6 inches); loloirugs.com
Add style and a bit of luck with this bold, brass Fingers Crossed sculpture, unexpectedly chic and handcrafted with a textural antiqued brass finish. “I have this piece in my own home and I feel a positive, hopeful energy every time I walk by it,” Cox states. “Accessories like this bring another material into a design and are easy to move around.”