Double Take: Chilled-Out Confetti

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This Moving Mountains credenza is the ideal piece for storing entertaining supplies—it looks ready for a party (but a restrained, big-kid one that’s more like “yay” than “YAY!!!!!”). And if you need some cheering up the morning after, Leif’s buttering board will perfectly complement caffeine and toast (or a bacon-egg-and-cheese, even). —alex ronan

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You know what, Morgan Peck? This vase is SICK. Thanks for that. —erica

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Double Take: Little Bit of This, Little Bit of That

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It’s tricky to make the mixed-material thing work, but Iacoli & McAllister gets it so right. Just check out the Seattle line’s Hialeah coffee table, combining marble, glass, oak, brass, and powder-coated steel. And how about topping it off with modular pieces from All of a Piece? Invisible magnets fuse a marble tray to a granite candleholder or a wooden bowl for some un-matchy-matchy serving platters. —alex ronan

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You guys: Isn’t this Carnevale Clay carafe situation chic to the power of a thousand?! —erica

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Double Take: The Golden Hour

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The golden hour is that time of day that gives photographers the best light—a warm, soft glow you can practically feel. And while it doesn’t last long, you can kind of, sort of capture its essence with these two winners: a gilded shell by Creel and Gow and the always-in-bloom flowers of Tommy Mitchell. Radiant feels like an apt descriptor for both of them. —alex ronan

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Double Take: Starstruck

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Ceramicist Jake Vinson grew up in the mountains of Wyoming, spending his summers falling asleep under the night sky. If your evening ritual isn’t as, well, magical, at least you can caffeinate each A.M. with his constellation mug, based on Hubble Telescope images. For the full effect, cozy up with Mary Keasler’s handmade constellation quilt, which will leave you sleeping under the stars. —alex ronan

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Double Take: Ahead of the Curve

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Ribbons have more experience with pigtails than they do with interior design, but turns out that’s a real oversight. The London-based firm HeadSprung drew on its form for an awe-inspiring, wall-mounted coat rack, and the Japanese collective Nendo thought it would make for some good stool inspo. We totally agree. —alex ronan

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Thanks to the awesome insanity of this Recreation Center vase, you really don’t need to worry about the beauty of the flowers you’re sticking in it. —erica

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Double Take: Gridlock

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If pattern-on-pattern-on-pattern motifs are leaving your head spinning, give this a try. Ahhh—black lines on a white background, coming at you in the form of Ferm Living’s no-nonsense wallpaper or a duvet set from Safe House USA. It’s comforting in the same way your graph-paper-filled Moleskine is. —alex ronan

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Don’t bother emailing me for the next 20 minutes. I’ll be too busy staring at Doug Johnston's light sculptures to notice. —erica

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