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January 2, 2014
It's the time of year when we all tend to think of starting anew. While we may look back on the past year and appreciate it, there are no doubt some things that we might want to change a bit. Giving your home a facelift can do wonders for starting the new year off on the right note and we are here to help. Freshen up your space with beautiful and inspiring new designs from the Dwell Store.
9.2.2 Box: Walnut Knife Rack designed by Geoffrey Lilge for On Our Table

Kitchen: It's finally time to free up counter space that's been hogged by the bulky knife block. Move the knives to the wall with the elegant 9.2.2 Box: Walnut Knife Rack designed by Geoffrey Lilge for On Our Table.

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Dry Good Vessels designed by Gregory Buntain and Ian Collings for Fort Standard

Kitchen: Forget all the over-packaging for food these days. Buy your dry goods in bulk and store them on display in the beautiful Dry Good Vessels designed by Gregory Buntain and Ian Collings for Fort Standard.

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Piano set by Renzo Piano for Iittala

Kitchen/Dining Room: Perhaps when setting the holiday table you noticed your cutlery has lost it's luster. Upgrade your fine flatware with the Piano set by Renzo Piano for Iittala.

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Bambi Table in blue designed by Nendo for Cappellini

Dining Room: Add boost of energy and color to your dining room with the Bambi Table in blue designed by Nendo for Cappellini.

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Machines Bench designed by Jonah Takagi for Mattermade

Dining Room: Invigorate that tired old dining room seating by swapping out half of the chairs for the Simple Machines Bench designed by Jonah Takagi for Mattermade.

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Hope Chandelier designed by Francisco Gomez Paz and Paolo Rizzatto for Luceplan

Dining Room: Nothing changes the feel of a room like new lighting. Where other chandeliers can be complicated and heavy, the Hope Chandelier designed by Francisco Gomez Paz and Paolo Rizzatto for Luceplan provides a more optimistic installation.

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Albers Nesting Tables

Living Room: Updating your living room can be as simple as a few new side tables. Try the exquisitely reproduced Albers Nesting Tables made in solid oak and MDF topped with lacquered glass tops in sumptuous shades of green, yellow, orange and blue.

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Shapes Dhurrie Rug

Living Room: Of course if you really want to make a big impact then a new rug is in order. Designed by Alyson Fox in collaboration with Hawkins New York, the Shapes Dhurrie Rug is based off of Alyson’s artwork, which is largely inspired by the work of Josef Albers and the paintings of Piet Mondrian.

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Heather collection designed by Anki Spets for Area

Bedroom: There is nothing like going to sleep in new bed linens to make you feel refreshed and ready to face a new day in the morning. We love the Heather collection designed by Anki Spets for Area. The sheets combine mélange ring spun yarns into a soft and sumptuous cotton percale that will only become more supple with use.

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Spear Shower Curtain from designer Trine Andersen for Denmark’s Ferm Living

Bath: The shower curtain is your largest canvas to change the look of your bathroom. Add vibrancy to your daily shower routine with the Spear Shower Curtain from designer Trine Andersen for Denmark’s Ferm Living.

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G-21 planter Designed by John Follis

Home: Breath new life into any room with the addition of a live plant. With a deep ceramic basin and a stylish tripod black metal stand, the G-21 planter adds understated elegance to household plants. Designed by John Follis, the ceramic basin is handcrafted using 100% recyclable materials.

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9.2.2 Box: Walnut Knife Rack designed by Geoffrey Lilge for On Our Table

Kitchen: It's finally time to free up counter space that's been hogged by the bulky knife block. Move the knives to the wall with the elegant 9.2.2 Box: Walnut Knife Rack designed by Geoffrey Lilge for On Our Table.

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