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NET WORK

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Jonas Bohlin’s feminine, tulle-draped Liv lamps appear to be comprised of a series of ethereal brush strokes.

 

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COLOR COATED

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The tubular Coat Tree, designed for the Danish furniture company Fritz Hansen in 1971, looks ever youthful in 2011.

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GREAT DIVIDE

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More art object than room divider, a beautifully patterned resin screen by Dan Bleier.

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NAKED TRUTH

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That product designers give so much thought to an object that, when properly used, becomes completely obscured, is a continuing mystery. There’s no shortage of imaginative, well-crafted coat stands for the aesthetically-driven buyer, but throw a slew of coats on them, and well, what does it matter, really?  Looking just fine naked, though, is the The A Coat Stand.  Designed by the UK’s ByAlex, it takes its inspiration from the letter A.

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ESSENTIALS

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Talk about reducing an object to its essence. Coatrack Dots by the Finnish design store, Muuto, do away with everything but the hooks.

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LITERALLY

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For that literary look–but without the bother of actually having to be literary:  Young and Battaglia’s bookshelf wallpaper.

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HANGING OUT

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I’m not sure I want to ever wake up to a pair of steel hooks in my field of vision but Anthropologie’s Barnwood Hanging Bed is oddly intriguing.