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5 Gorgeous Hermès Home Pieces You Need to Transform Your House
Leather, wood, and wicker give life to these home pieces by Hermès.
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Sophisticated in their ultimate simplicity, each piece in the Hermès home collection is not only decorative but also has a well-defined utility. All items are crafted in luxurious leather, wood, wickerwork, and brass, and punctuate the living space in its quiet glory.

Scroll through the standout pieces below:

Picotin, Équipages D’Hermès


A perfect occasional table that can be tucked away in a quiet corner or take center stage, it is made from natural maple wood with fawn H bull calf leather and natural woven wicker.

Attelage, Équipages D’Hermès 


This elegant and discreet natural oak writing desk is accented in fawn H bull calf leather.

Log Basket, Lien D’Hermès


This natural maple basket, detailed with brick bridle leather, wicker, and toile H fabric, can also be used to store books and magazines.

Karumi Triangular Stool


The Karumi collection consists of two stools (triangular and square) and a bench, designed like “simple strokes of light” by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Alvaro Siza. Marrying technology with tradition, they are made from bamboo with carbon fiber by Japanese craftsmen.

Diligence, Équipages D’Hermès


A serving trolley that can be used both inside the home and out. It is crafted in natural wicker, H bull calf leather, and brass.

Greenbelt 3, 728.5061; hermes.com.

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