Home Luxury: Jung Lee

 Robert Kuo's Rabbit Bench

Robert Kuo's Rabbit Bench

Whether you are ordering takeout for two, or cooking a holiday meal for twenty, the fundamentals are the same: make it personal and have fun. From lighting and ambience to tabletop and decor, a keen eye for balance and proportion can transform any space...even your own!
— Jung Lee

Irwin Weiner ASID - I immediately liked the concept of the Jung Lee store in Manhattan because its principals came from the party and event planning world and are highly regarded. They developed an eye for details, fun scale, and statements that carry over into their inventory. This is no Home Goods, so don't go looking for amazing bargains. Instead, look for incredible discoveries that are beautifully curated. In design, you get what you pay for.

Look at the Rabbit Bench (top photo), for instance. Cream lacquer coats this cinnabar technique piece, with 60 coats of organic lacquer. It speaks quality, originality, and something unique for the home. Below are more luxury items - click on the photos for product and ordering information.

 Skultuna's Design Folkform Collage cleverly mixes three different types of candles

Skultuna's Design Folkform Collage cleverly mixes three different types of candles

 Juliska's Country Estate party plates in Delft Blue

Juliska's Country Estate party plates in Delft Blue

 Diamond watering can from Garden Glory

Diamond watering can from Garden Glory

Vanessa Mitrani's oddly elegant Fetish Bowl

 David Bowie from Image Republic

David Bowie from Image Republic

 Prince from Image Republic

Prince from Image Republic

 Set of 5 color porcelain bowls with faceted design from Hubsch

Set of 5 color porcelain bowls with faceted design from Hubsch

 Deco blue shot glasses from Ichendorf

Deco blue shot glasses from Ichendorf

 Dransfield & Ross"s madcap Platinum Painted Feathers Pillow 

Dransfield & Ross"s madcap Platinum Painted Feathers Pillow