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Celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Modern Style

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St. Patrick's Day is this Sunday, so we've put together some great pieces to, ahem, aid you in celebration of the holiday. Enjoy the parades and festivals and invite a few friends over for a ceilidh (a gathering with traditional music, dance, storytelling, jokes, and general merriment). lá Fhéile Pádraig Sona Daoibh! (Happy St. Patrick's Day!)
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  If you're going to have friends over, they will first need a place to sit and what better throne could there be than these classic deck chairs by Brendan Ravenhill in a vibrant green? Not only are these chairs comfortable and colorful, but the designer really hit the mark when he included a convenient stainless steel bottle opener under the right arm.

    If you're going to have friends over, they will first need a place to sit and what better throne could there be than these classic deck chairs by Brendan Ravenhill in a vibrant green? Not only are these chairs comfortable and colorful, but the designer really hit the mark when he included a convenient stainless steel bottle opener under the right arm.

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  Serve libations on this plywood tray featuring Marimekko's iconic Unikko pattern, designed by Maija Isola and Kristina Isola. Not exactly a shamrock, but close enough, if not even better!

    Serve libations on this plywood tray featuring Marimekko's iconic Unikko pattern, designed by Maija Isola and Kristina Isola. Not exactly a shamrock, but close enough, if not even better!

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  Now, if you want to be a true Irish whiskey drinker, then you should know that you never dilute a good whiskey. Just chill these soapstone squares and add them to your favorite tipple for cold cubic comfort, ice-free, and literally on the rocks.

    Now, if you want to be a true Irish whiskey drinker, then you should know that you never dilute a good whiskey. Just chill these soapstone squares and add them to your favorite tipple for cold cubic comfort, ice-free, and literally on the rocks.

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  TheArchitectMade Spring Drinking Glasses are handmade from high quality glass following the design of Danish architect Jørn Utzon, architect of the Sydney Opera House. The versatile design of the glasses makes them great for serving water, cocktails, or anything else.

    TheArchitectMade Spring Drinking Glasses are handmade from high quality glass following the design of Danish architect Jørn Utzon, architect of the Sydney Opera House. The versatile design of the glasses makes them great for serving water, cocktails, or anything else.

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  Of course you'll want to serve something green and rather than going to the trouble of dying your beer, why not just serve in these carafes crafted from recycled glass bottles? They will tint everything green!

    Of course you'll want to serve something green and rather than going to the trouble of dying your beer, why not just serve in these carafes crafted from recycled glass bottles? They will tint everything green!

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  No St. Patrick's party is complete without shots—this could be a good or bad thing depending. Bust out these awesome shot cups from Brooklyn's Wintercheck Factory and treat yourself to a sip—or gulp—of something good. There are three fine finishes to choose from, then all you've got to do is pick your poison.

    No St. Patrick's party is complete without shots—this could be a good or bad thing depending. Bust out these awesome shot cups from Brooklyn's Wintercheck Factory and treat yourself to a sip—or gulp—of something good. There are three fine finishes to choose from, then all you've got to do is pick your poison.

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