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On the Table

Ceci n’est-ce pas un pineapple. But, unlike Magritte’s famous pipe, this collaboration between Maryland furniture designer Niermann Weeks and New York interior designer Nick Olsen is very much real. The Pineapple Coffee Table is inspired by a design from French minimalist Jean-Michel Frank, a contemporary of Magritte and creator of …

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Shear Genius It's time to garden in style.

“Pruning during dormancy is the most common practice,” advises the Arbor Day Foundation in its helpful gardening guide. “It results in a vigorous burst of new growth in the spring.” But be warned: Going snip-happy while it’s still too chilly can have disastrous effects. Fortunately, March is the sweet spot—bridging …

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On the Agenda It's time to make a plan.

Is there anything better than cracking open a brand-new planner on Jan. 1, its crisp blank pages just begging to be written in and the promise of “2017” starkly emblazoned on the cover? Short answer: Yes, and that’s cracking open a Day Designer. This thing is the mother of all …

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Monkey Man Go ape with this inspired accent piece.

Celebrate the final months of the Year of the Monkey with this surprisingly stylish side table from Arhaus. Part of an authentic collection of refinished 19th-century Asian artifacts, the carved accent piece is a stunning addition to any Orient-inspired aesthetic—or simply an eye-catching standalone. Each one-of-a-kind table is hand-painted and …

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Flight Pattern A local artisan's fowl play makes us smile.

How did we hear about Baltimore-based textile artist Jen McBrien? Let’s just say a little birdy told us—or, more specifically, a Dark-eyed Junco, the star of this stunning decorative pillow from McBrien’s “Bird Party” collection. Like much of McBrien’s avian art, the sweet sparrow is entirely free-stitched, meaning it’s “sketched” …

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