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Head’s up: Wolfum makes drinking glasses. Ones that would make a great did-I-not-get-that-person-a-wedding-present? gift. —erica

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Double Take: Symbology

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Grain’s Grail collection features icons of the 21st Century—think bikes, dollar signs, and pizza slices—stamped onto terracotta. For something a little less cheeky, go with this appealingly witch-y platter from the French design firm Maison Monade, which makes organizing all your crystal jewelry easy. Is there an emoji for being unable to decide between two amazing pieces? —alex ronan

More tough decisions, right here.

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Double Take: Grown-up Pom-Poms

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With this snuggly looking bedcover, L’aviva Home takes pom-poms to the next level, or, even, the one after that. If you’re looking for something a little more, oh, pared-down, go with Hattan Home’s throw. The Delaware-based line calls it “crazy-chic,” and we gotta agree. —alex ronan

Do a “Double Take” deep dive.

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Double Take: Bent out of Shape

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If it feels like dollhouse furniture is the only option for your teensy apartment, well, try these two tables on for size. David Vu’s drop-leaf design can be adjusted to accommodate a dinner party, and, by your bed, go with Taiwanese designer Kenyon Yeh’s two-legged nightstand that can slip into the tiniest nook. —alex ronan

Get a whole lot more “Double Take.”

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Something Good makes mail caddies so rad you’ll be a teeny bit less upset about getting your Time Warner Cable bill. —erica

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Petite Cork Vase Set by Melanie Abrantes for Of a Kind

BUY / 40 of a kind/ $83

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The number of amazing things that Alyson Fox has made? I’m not sure I can count that high. Take, for instance, her latest collab with woodworker Michael Yates. Um, I’d like four of these chairs, please. —erica

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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

More home ideas, right here.

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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

Want more where this came from? You got it.

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