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Cozy Finds from EQ3’s Fall/Winter 2018 Collection

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Soft, natural materials are the way forward this autumn at EQ3 (and we wouldn’t have it any other way)

It’s the season for raking leaves and getting our nests cozy for the chilly days ahead. With comfort and warmth topping our decorating priority list, here are a handful of products that caught our eye from the EQ3 Fall/Winter 2018 collection.

1 Olav Rug This snuggle-worthy, extra floofy shag rug in greyish-blue will make you want to stay home all weekend long. From $1000.

2 Garrido Stoneware Made and designed in Portugal, this collection of earth-toned stoneware is perfect for seasonal soups and stews. From $7.

3 Replay Club Loveseat We see this loveseat from the Replay sofa family as the main attraction in a cozy condo or apartment. From $1850.

4 Nomad Basket These handwoven seagrass baskets come in two sizes that are easy to stack and stash in a corner. From $80.

5 Marcel Storage Bed Walnut might be the nicest wood to wake up to on chilly mornings. The best thing about Marcel, however, is that you can customize the storage drawers: choosing to have them on one, or both sides of the bed. From $950.

Read our EQ3 Shop Listing for more. 

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