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What we want this season

Favorites

What we want this season

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Photo courtesy Blueair Sense

1 / Breathe Deep
Removing 99.97 percent of harmful airborne pollutants could be enough for one air purifier to do. But the sleek and quiet Blueair Sense overachieves. It comes in six colors, and the Swedish design firm Claesson Koivisto Rune made sure its aesthetics match its efficiency. $479, us.blueair.com

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Photo courtesy Bless

2 / Sleep in a Sculpture
Tell us Bless’ Fat Knit Hammock isn’t the coolest hammock you’ve ever seen, or that you’ve ever before used the words “gorgeous,” “sculptural,” or “art” when talking about a hammock. We’ll tell you that we had one of the best naps of our life in the Fat Knit, which is made in Bless’ Berlin studio. From $3,500ish, shop@blessberlin.com

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Photograph by Jeffrey Kaphan

3 / Get Cozy
Who doesn’t love a throw that is supersoft, affordable, and looks (and feels) like it cost ten times as much as it does? But who’s been able to find such a thing? Kate Binger, a designer and owner of Dwelling, has: she stocks a 100 percent Italian cotton blanket in a range of colors, including hard-to-find hues. $128, 80 W. Broadway, Ste. 104, 307/733-8582, dwellingjh.com

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4 / Step On It
Just because you don’t want a full runner for your stairs doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice quality and style. Liza Phillips Design’s Alto Steps are handmade from wool and/or silk in Nepal. Each covers one step and only one step, softening noise and allowing risers to shine. Designs include solids and patterns. Many of the latter, when used as a set, flow together to form a larger pattern. Single steps from $93, sets of 12 from $1,000; lizaphillipsdesign.com

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Photograph by Jeffrey Kaphan

5 / A Woody to Display
Twenty Two Home discovered Southeast Asian artists that repurpose fallen trees to create one-of-a-kind charred burled bowls. The bowls’ curves come from the natural curves of each piece of wood. $495, 45 E. Deloney, 307/733-9922, twentytwohome.com

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Photo courtesy Scandia Down

6 / Snuggle In
If you’re sleeping under Scandia’s Salzburg comforter, which melds 720-fill-power Polish white goose down with a 400-thread-count German sateen shell, you’ll be forgiven for sleeping in on a powder day. From $795, 165 N. Center St., 307/733-1038, scandiadownjh.com

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Photograph by Jeffrey Kaphan

7 / Magic Carpet
This hand-loomed wool area rug, available in 2×3 feet or 3×5 feet, at Willow Creek was designed for Jackson Hole homes. Literally. The scene on it is of skiers at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. From $599, 115 E. Broadway, 307/733-7868, willowcreekhf.com

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Photo courtesy alicetacheny.com

8 / All Caught Up
Meet Alice Tacheny’s beautifully utilitarian Tasche leather wall pocket and Teddy wall hook. The former was inspired by scraps of leather lying around her studio, memories of her father as a mailman in the 1970s, and her need for a new mailbox. Teddy came from Tacheny’s desire to create a wall hook out of one or two simple shapes or elements. Teddy, $34, Tasche, $120; alicetacheny.com

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Photograph by Jeffrey Kaphan

9 / Wrap-Up
Available in every neutral color you can imagine, oversize cashmere scarves at Davies-Reid are handspun from hand-loomed cashmere that is colored with vegetable dyes. From $325, 15 E. Deloney Ave., 307/739-1009, daviesreid.com

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Photography by David Agnello

10 / Subway, Elevated
Modwalls’ LUSH glass subway tiles come in eye-catching colors like peacock, butter, and lemongrass, and they’ve recently developed an online tool that allows you to design glass tile blends with your own custom colors. From $19.95/square foot, modwalls.com

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