Chic choices


(1Kim Seybert, the home goods designer featured in a 2015 WAG profile, draws eternal inspiration from the world around her. Her latest napkin-ring designs pay tribute to that garden staple, the butterfly. The handpainted enamel pieces, complete with rhinestone accents on the wings, are available in a gift box of four. Choose pink/orange, blue/green or brown/gold. ($120).

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(2Lalique’s 2016 Anemone Limited-Edition Perfume Bottle features the legendary company’s crystal interpreted in dozens of finely detailed flowers. The precious homage to the nymph Anemone, symbol of purity and innocence, took nine master craftsmen to create. And inside? The delicate flacon is filled with the Lalique de Lalique fragrance Anemone, said to evoke “a silken swirl of fruity rose, heady jasmine and spicy night-scented stock, a floral bouquet sparkling with fruity notes that subside into a graceful blend of vanilla, sandalwood and musk.” ($1,800). Available at the Lalique New York boutique.

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(3The intricate leaf pattern on the handle of this sterling-silver serving spoon adds a timeless appeal to a most practical item. Handcrafted in Italy by Osanna Visconti di Modrone using the technique of lost-wax casting, the Foglia Silver Serving Spoon ($1,340) is destined for times when elegance is on the menu.

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(4Portuguese designer Joana Santos Barbosa, founder of INSIDHERLAND, is clearly influenced by the natural world. Her vision has translated fallen leaves into accents for mirrors, while tree trunks and branches emerge as design elements when crafting a bookcase. Here, she has taken the humble clover – in its lucky four-leaf version – as inspiration for the “Four… For Luck” center table. In introducing the piece, the designer has noted that each leaf of a traditional clover is said to have a meaning – hope, faith or love. The finding of a four-leaf clover adds luck to the picture and can also be interpreted as representing the completion of the cycle of the seasons, the phases of the moon and the four elements of nature – water, air earth and fire. A rare find, it’s also said to be a symbol of prosperity. This table, which subtly introduces these themes into its surroundings, can be customized. Options include rosewood or walnut ($3,996) or ebony ($4,218).

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(5Lighting doesn’t have to be boring. Just one glance at this work of art from Italy proves that is true. A delicate bouquet of blooms drips artfully from the Striulli Vetri d’Arte Iris Murano Glass Chandelier ($10,900). Delight in its eight lights, cascade of long leaves and multicolored irises, which combine to evoke the wildest of gardens.

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