Sophisticated New Home Accessories to Wow Your Guests This Holiday Season

Award-winning designer Jay Jeffers is elevating the hosting experience just in time for the holidays. The San Francisco–based designer teamed up with the Dallas-based furniture and lighting company Arteriors to unveil the Jay Jeffers Collection for Arteriors ($60 to $2,955). The 38-piece collection comprises masculine home-entertainment accessories with a cool and sophisticated, art deco twist, ranging from a cerused oak ice bucket ($480) and an etched-steel cocktail shaker in brass or stainless steel ($180) to a smoke-glass lamp ($1,755) and a variety of antique and brass accent tables (starting at $750 to $2,955). Each piece highlights Jeffers’s characteristically bold and geometric touches, creating an ideal complement for Arteriors’s traditional accessories in such classical materials as brass, wood, and glass.

The collection debuted at the What’s New, What’s Next design event in New York in September and will be available online, in the Arteriors showrooms in Los Angeles and New York, and in the Jay Jeffers store in San Francisco. Another collaboration with Arteriors is expected next year that will feature more furniture and lighting. (jayjeffers.com)

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