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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.

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BOWL GAME

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I must say this is an amazingly authentic-looking splash of paint, this whimsical Dropp fruit bowl, fashioned from silicone.

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RARE BREED

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A visually arresting side table, fashioned from the distressingly unfortunate composite of  “black horn and white bone.”

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COSMETIC CHANGE

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Here’s a curiously feminine promotional item from Knoll, venerable Mid-Century furniture and textile arbiters:  a nail polish to celebrate its Cato textile line (this is the same upholstery fabric that covers its Saarinen Womb chair, for example) which turns 50 this year.

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BERRY FINE

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An exceptionally lovely hand-printed Josef Hoffmann-designed wallpaper pattern called Blueberry, available at Neue Galerie.

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PEACE PRIZE

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Too noble to desecrate with footprints, the hand-made Doves and Stripes rug by Luke Irwin deserves a loftier place than the floor.

Happy 4th.

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NOTHING & SOMETHING

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Love may be everything–but in tennis, it’s nothing. The actress Courtney Cox has a tennis house (which I’m guessing is like a pool house, only for tennis), a Matthew Heller painting, Love, Love, Love–and the very good sense to pair up the two for an effect that’s, well, something.

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COLOR FIELD

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The very bright color chart rug mat from Japanese retailer, Uniform Experiment.

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DOTTED LINE

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Shades of Damien Hirst on these cheerful melamine serving utensils from French Bull’s Multidot line of housewares.

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STRAPPED

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New from the Dutch design collective, Droog, is this wall organizer comprised of horizontal silicon belts which keep those bits and bobs strapped in place. Hmm. I like the organizer, minus the bits and bobs.