An Interior Designer Shares Her Top 10 Registry Must-Haves
So you are happily engaged and in the midst of wedding planning. Congrats! One of the more fun (and overwhelming) tasks is getting that registry started. This to-do can be daunting, with so many online options and products available, and making sure your fiancé is on board with your choices. Before you start to stress… don’t! We chatted with interior designer Danielle Chase (who helped out with my own registry) on all the essentials necessary to create a designer-worthy home.
Marble everything FTW. This set is one of Danielle’s a personal favorites: “These bath accessories add the final touch to your at-home spa.”
Interior Designer Tip: Do you have glass doors in your kitchen cabinets or china cabinet? Danielle is adamant that, “This is where your Waterford collection should be displayed!”
6. Yves Delorme Bed Linens ($40-$900) This brand offers a fabulous collection of super soft bed and bath linens. You’re married now, so it’s time to nix the sheets you’ve had since college and indulge in these luxurious linens.
Interior Designer Tip: Throws are great in any room of the house. They add comfort and color to a sofa, bench, chair or bed. Danielle promises you can never have too many.
8. Jonathan Adler Malibu Chair ($1695): This chair is style forward and just the right size for you and your partner to cuddle on.
9. Vietri Flatware ($45-90): Everyone needs a good set of flatware. It’s a registry staple, and for good reason.
Interior Designer Tip: The Aladdin flatware collection is stunning and comes in various colors, complementing any style of China.
10. Hurom Slow Juicer ($300): Hurom makes a powerful juicer that comes with a great warranty. Its slow mastication also allows for the least amount of nutrient loss. “I’m a huge proponent of juicing. It keeps me alert and healthy even during the most hectic days and late nights,” says Danielle.