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Gilding the Lilypad

Make restrained neutrals pop by adding a mix of high-end items, from a reissued 1920s side table with hidden compartments to wallpaper trimmed in bronze. Plus: new work from the late Eva Zeisel.

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Summer and Spring Pendant Lamps

One of the last projects completed before Eva Zeisel’s death at age 105, this is also her first-ever lighting collection. In addition to the pendants, both silhouettes are available in table and sconce versions.

Wallpaper design by Karla Pruitt

Carved Ogee Wallpaper

This luxe, antique-inspired wallpaper is designed by Karla Pruitt and screen-printed in Chicago.

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Day Bed One

This stylish, yet practical day bed by UK furniture company Another Country is made up of solid FSC oak, organic Scottish wool, and comes upholstered in a Bute fabric from Scotland with a six-button detail and piped edges.

Cupboard of Secrets by Jean-Michel Frank for Hermes

Cupboard of Secrets

To launch its home division, the venerable French fashion house reissued a collection designed by minimalist 1920s decorator Jean-Michel Frank. This nesting-box side table sports an intricate yet restrained finish of natural rye straw marquetry. usa.hermes.com

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Foldo Lamp

The Foldo Lamp is a simple desk lask with an ash wood base, white steel covering, and red fabric cord.

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Mantis Desk

This elegant desk table by London-based industrial designer Samuel Wilkinson is a small-space habitant's dream. Optional accessories, such as a removable drawer and book holder, makes the piece fit for any domestic living or office space.

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