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James debuts Blooms, a new collection of "ready-to-wear" bouquets that bear the floral designer's signature fresh-picked-from-the-garden style. Priced around 30% less than the "madeto- order couture" collection, the artfully arranged offerings include pretty pink peonies and roses, lush hydrangea and magnolia, and stately, elegant moth orchids with echeveria.

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Timeless DesignTimeless Design
Designed by Matthew Frederick for Chelsea House, decorative shell motifs ornament the antique silverfinished mirror bestowing a classically gracious appearance. The Scallop mirror comes in two sizes and is also available in a gold finish ($550, small).
Modern Art
Thomas O’Brien’s newest designs for Safavieh include Naga, inspired by a rare Ming Dynasty Tibetan carpet he acquired at auction. O’Brien translates a bold dragon motif with a soft hand in pale tone-on-tone shades for an airy, almost delicate effect that is both traditional and modern at once ($4,050, 6x9).
Modern Art
Heavy-Weight ChicHeavy-Weight Chic
Parisian leather workshop Lacontrie covers vintage cast iron weights in leather for beguiling paper weights guaranteed to dress up any desk. Available in kidskin, barenia calfskin or crocodile, the octagonal design features a hand-stitched ring and comes in an array of new spring-fresh hues.

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