Krista Wostbrock’s 5 Favorites for Entertaining in Your Home

kristaKrista Wostbrock of Wostbrock Home shares her favorites things
to make your house feel like the holidays.
All items are available at Wostbrock Home.

wostbrock adler candlewostbrockJonathan Adler’s Holiday Hearth Candle smells like the holiday season should. The gold vessel emits the essence of crisp winter air, combining scents of pine and evergreen trees, winter berries, cinnamon, clove and a hint of winter snow. 7.5 oz candle. Plus, it will burn for 40 hours! $38.The Daphne Candle Holder is just the thing to add interest to your dining room. Made of iron, it’s a constellation of matte white iron arms capped with gold leafed sockets takes simultaneous cues from 1950s design and Greco-Roman Classicism. When lit, two finials styled as abstract laurel leaves glow inside its thicket of candlelight.  $480.wostbrock

Simple yet glamorous, the Roland bar cart serves up dramatic allure in a living or dining room. Its sleek frame shines in a nickel finish, while two mirrored shelves display drinks with shimmering sophistication. Four bottom casters allow for easy mobility while entertaining. Available at Wostbrock or online. $1,197.50.


The Evelyn Gold Tray by Worlds Away touches the home with marvelous of-the-moment treasures inspired by vintage finishes, patterns and styles. The elegant Evelyn tray serves classic design to tabletops and shelves. Perfect as a living room or bedroom accent, the round accessory shines with scalloped, gold leaf sides and an inset mirror. Made from iron and glass. $247.50.wostbrock

The Caleb Fire Screen is functional and fashionable. Made of brass plated iron, the fireplace screen mimics the graphic lines of a Mondrian design. $1200.



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