Bringing the Outside in
While the Hamptons-inspired pieces offered by Homenature might seem destined for a summer home, they can be integrated into any style of décor to provide a welcome hint of earthy comfort all year long. With their use of raw materials and luxurious textures, they create distinctive furniture and accessories you’ll want to keep around in any space.
With just $2,000 and a tiny space in Amagansett, New York (the perfect Hamptons town for relaxing weekends on the beach, but a short hop from New York City), John Heilmann and Tim DiSalvo launched Homenature on one core value: honest design. Their humble mission caught on like wildfire, becoming a must-have in any designer’s playbook – Michael Kors, 1Hotels, Tory Burch, and Caitlyn Jenner would certainly agree.
Why We Like Them
With a neutral palette featuring earthy shades of beige, gray, and white, their pieces are versatile enough to suit almost any space. Their use of organic textures (think rugged leather, furry pillows, soft cotton, and gnarled wood) in their furniture help to bring a sense of balance and comfort to designs in a contemporary way – never feeling too rustic or cliché.
We also love Honenature’s curated selection of mid-century pieces. Incorporating an iconic, one-of-a-kind piece will add a dimensionality to your décor, making your space feel a bit more personal and complete.
What to Look For
Homenature is our go-to maker for a contemporary, refined take on the classic coastal aesthetic. We’re especially fond of their sculptural driftwood pieces that would be equally at home at a beachy retreat or tastefully placed in a minimalist Scandinavian interior.
While we’re not compensated in any way by Homenature, we’re happy to do the legwork and give you a curated list of some of their best items. Ideally, we’d want one of everything – but these are our top picks.
This simply designed, cozy chair is perfect to curl up in with one of Homenature’s beautiful coffee table books – there’s even a sturdier outdoor option in case you need this on your porch.
This artisan bench is a smart extra surface for a bathroom or foyer, with a rugged teak base and a soft goatskin cushion providing a hint of rustic elegance.
This reinterpretation of the traditional campaign-style armchair is as functional as it is beautiful – you can easily disassemble it (and the optional ottoman) for storage.
Whether you use it as additional seating, as an ottoman, or as a side table, this adaptable cube showcases intricate texture and just the right amount of muted color.
A subtly feminine addition to your bedside table, desk, or reading nook, this lamp’s white linen drum shade is dramatically complemented by raw points of clear, unpolished quartz that create the jagged base.
In a minimalist living room, this coffee table would make an impressive statement - pairing a smooth glass surface with a knotted wooden base for the ultimate in textural contrast.
The natural creamy color means this nightstand can work with any style, while the stark geometric pattern cut into the pieces of bone inlay echo the clean lines of its silhouette.
Include this lamp in a bedroom or bathroom to infuse the space with a sense of serenity and calm. This beachy lamp features the same contrasting raw wood and smooth glass textures as the bleached root coffee table, but makes a less dramatic impact.
Perfect to collect keys and mail at the front door, display seasonal decorations on a tabletop, or hold fruit in your kitchen, this bowl’s organic sculptural shape makes it an eye-catching accent piece.
This chair is a sleek and comfortable addition to any living room, study, or even in your dining room, thanks to its classic art-deco silhouette.
The hand-stitched detail on this neutral pillow evokes a cozy feeling of warmth, and the soft colors won’t compete with any other accent pieces in your space.
Whether this Parsons-style console table is in the living room, front entry, or in the study, we love how the stark, clean lines of the table’s silhouette are repeated in the etched textural pattern – carved by hand into the smooth bone inlay.
This piece is truly special, featuring driftwood collected from beaches around the world partially enveloped in matte white steel. It’s a work of art.
Impress at your next dinner party by serving charcuterie on this architectural platter, which showcases the interesting visual and textural contrast between the cool, veined marble and the warm, grained wood.