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WELL ROUNDED

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Dwell Studio bills this Pinwheel rug as kids’ stuff, but grown-up me wouldn’t one bit mind having its graphic cheeriness underfoot.

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VERTICAL ANGLE

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Not magazines, but Magazineswallpaper digitally printed with a motif of magazine stacks.

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WHITE SPACE

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The stunning geometric marble floors and bespoke metal door of a jaw-droppingly decadent home in Singapore.

 

 

 

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ORNAMENTAL

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Here’s a dilemma for the wallpaper-averse, but typography-obsessed (like me): Polly Apfelbaum’s whimsical and beautiful Type wallpaper, comprised of more than 100 digbats arranged in a series of color gradations.

 

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UNDER FOOT

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Not art, but an artfully worded rug, from CB2.

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FINE LINES

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In a throwaway culture defined by overconsumption, the ecologically sensitive designer, David Trubridge, takes pains to create objects with quality and longevity in mind. No worries, then, with this hypnotic series of pendant lights, which no sane person would dream of ever throwing away.

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GREAT WALL

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This unfairly beautiful tableau features Saarinen’s sublime Womb chair, of course, but it’s that peel-and-stick Kiss wallpaper by  French Bull that truly bedazzles.

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RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE

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Mid-century chairs have been frequently deified by collectors and interior stylists, but they’re a rare presence in actual houses of worship.  That rare exception may be St. Bartholomew’s Church in the Czech Republic, which underwent a secular refurbishment of sorts in 2007. Amongst the inspired touches overseen by the Czech designers Jakub Berdych and Maxim Velcovsky was the pairing of its exquisite Baroque interior with a selection of pure white Eames and customized Panton chairs. Pretty transcendent stuff.

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FUTURE PERFECT

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I can’t be sure if it was a site-specific creation, but this text piece by the California artist, Doug Aitken, seems ideally suited for his (or any couple’s) bedroom.

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Z-SPAN

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One way to add panache to a plain, white wall–and whom can I hire to install this Z in my work space?