Our Favorite New Finds

Make ’em do a double take at every turn in your home.

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Is it any surprise that handbag designer Kate Spade’s tableware products are blessed with lush tones and graphically clear, simple lines? Take, for example, these sleek, stem-less Sag Harbor water glasses with vibrant, vertical ribbons in navy, green, or chocolate. Simple, elegant, and functional. ➤ $50 (for a set of four) at Macy’s in Yonkers, or at Kate Spade in White Plains



Reminiscent of antique “fainting couches,” this alluring chaise makes languor seem downright appealing. Inspired by the works of French art deco designers Jules and Andre Leleu and made with a continuously curved mahogany frame (making it sturdy enough for generations to fall on), this chaise comes in both right- and left-facing versions, and is available in hundreds of fabrics. Average price. ➤ $4,100 (varies according to fabric) at Stickley, Audi & Co. in White Plains



Furnish your guestroom with this eye-popping red Chinese armoire made of Chinese red lacquer wood. Featuring a butterfly silhouette across its doors, the armoire offers plenty of storage space—inside and on its lower shelf. ➤ $790 at Ethnika Home Décor & Antiques in New Rochelle


Enjoy illuminating conversations under the glowing gaze of this Jamie Young Lama Table Lamp. Colored in beautifully contrasting turquoise and tangerine, the base is genuine handcrafted cloisonné. The silk shade, shown here in tangerine silk, is available in turquoise and many other color and fabric options. ➤ $1,240 ($990 for lamp, $250 for shade at Briggs House Antiques in Mamaroneck, Cocobolo in Armonk, Decoration Day in Larchmont, Patdo Light Studio in Port Chester, or online at jamieyoung.com




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