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Fuzzy Wuzzy is more than a bear—it’s now a new line of velvety textiles from Kerry Joyce. The textile is available in three colors—Polar, Tawny, and Mocha—and is best used to upholster a favorite chair. kerryjoycetextiles.com

Any collection shines when displayed in the Cork Corner Cabinet designed by Rose Tarlow. The piece uses an antique painted finished with a fruitwood interior. The items features an upper glass door with a wood frame. rosetarlow.com

The brass-finished Bergman floor lamp (19” w. x 19” d. x 72” h.) from Mr. Brown London is noted for its multi-faceted, diamond-shaped enclosure. The base measures 12 inches in diameter. mrbrownhome.com

The noted Los Angeles interior designer Jeff Andrews has just debuted his striking 862 lounge chair (26” w. x 35” d. x 34” overall height) as part of his namesake collection for A. Rudin. jeffandrews-design.com and arudin.com

Moroccan geometric motifs meet classic French style in this Taroudant glazed ceramic round tray from Canvas Home. The form the piece assumes manages to be both down-to-earth and sophisticated. canvashomestore.com

When Nest Studio set out to design their new Step Series of hardware, they drew inspiration from Art Deco forms, as well as the geometry of pre-Columbian pyramids. Available in polished nickel, antique brass, and satin brass. nest-studio-home.com 

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This story appeared in the Fall 2017 issue of MILIEU.