Favorite Things

A Naples Designer on her Favorite Modern Accessories for the Home

Audrey Healey of EBL Interiors shares pieces with a modern flair, luxe surfaces and rich textures.

BY June 1, 2023
Fried Egg Chair by Warm Nordic
Fried Egg Chair by Warm Nordic (Photo courtesy Warm Nordic)

If you appreciate modern design with clean lines, luxe surfaces and rich textures, you’ll love the work of Naples’ EBL Interiors & Construction. Interior designer Audrey Healey masterfully blends all these elements, with a penchant for fine European craftsmanship and contemporary minimalism. Here are a few of her favorite things.


Fried Egg Chair by Warm Nordic (pictured above)

This asymmetrical armchair is a testament to Danish modernism. Audrey thinks about chairs’ role as a benchmark of design that’s often mused on and reinterpreted by famous architects and designers: “[Chairs] recall fascinating icons, have graceful shapes and are comfort-oriented.” In this 1950s model, midcentury-modern master Hans Olsen created a piece that’s whimsical and practical. From above, the shape resembles a fried egg. The curved armrest provides the ideal perch to prop up your legs. “We love them,” Audrey says about the Warm Nordic brand, which re-released the chair in 2018.



Wall pillars
(Photo courtesy Courtesy Caccaro)

Wall Pillars by Caccaro

Monoliths are so hot right now. And while massive stone structures may not fit through your front door or service elevator, this functional storage system gives you the impressive look of ancient Greek design without impeding on space. Audrey calls the vertical storage units “luxury closets.” Arrange the columns at whim to suit any area and need, with ample room for coat hooks, hat shelves and bag holders. “It offers everything you need to organize an entrance or service area,” she says.



Kitchen design by MandiCasa
(Photo courtesy MandiCasa)

Tau Kitchen by MandiCasa

Why not add a little rouge to the heart of your home? The recently launched MandiCasa fuses aesthetics with engineering to deliver kitchen surfaces that go the distance (think: scarlet cabinetry and marble-like counters that are low-maintenance and modernly stylish). The lynchpin is MandiCasa’s use of Fenix NTM, an extra-matte laminate that’s soft to the touch, fingerprint- and scratch-resistant, and easy to clean (even light scratches can be wiped away). Audrey considers the brand an innovator in the space.


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