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When nature calls

Bring the outdoors inside with nature-inspired furnishings that give any dark room a breath of fresh air.

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TROPHY LIFE


No animals harmed when assembling laser-cut recycled cardboard deer, moose, rhino and buffalo heads from Cardboard Safari. $20-$65. Carbonstok, 1235 Barrington, 404-7288.


 
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NESTING INSTINCTS


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Keep it warm and cool with a screenprinted Dupioni-silk tea cozy from Vancouver’s Smoking Lily, and Lala & Gleen’s wooly French-press cover, from Wolfville. $34-$39 for French-press, $52 for cozy.
Love, Me Boutique, 1539 Birmingham, 444-3668.




 
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A CUT ABOVE


John Derian’s old-school decoupaged botanical plates and trays have appeared in Vogue, Elle Décor and New York Magazine. $78-$360.
Bellissimo!, 2743 Agricola, 423-6014.




 
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FLOWER POWER


Summer blooms come early to the rainy city with the Carlyle chair, from Rowe Furniture in Virginia. Prices start at $1,106 (depending on fabric).
Thornbloom, Spring Garden Place, 425-8005.

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