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What We Loved from Around the Web…

Inside a mountain retreat that’s equal parts sophisticated and cozy.

This Hamptons home is contemporary decorating at its finest.

Nine decorating mistakes designers always notice in kitchens.

This historic Tuscan city is next on our travel bucket list.

Nigella Lawson—the ultimate domestic goddess—dishes up some of her best home cooking advice.

What We’ve Been Up To… 

It’s our anniversary! And we’re celebrating with 20% off nearly everything on our site—which makes it the perfect time to refresh your space for the spring and summer. Looking to ready your alfresco areas for the warmer weather? Our outdoor collection (featuring exclusive designs you’ll find only here!) has everything you need for your most stylish season yet. Want to overhaul your entertaining essentials? Our wide-ranging assortment of tabletop, serveware, and decor will get you set for endless meals and celebrations. And it gets even better: Just this week, we’ve rolled out free standard shipping on orders over $99, which means even more savings for you.

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Photo by Tony Vu

Photo by Tony Vu

A Parting Piece of Knowledge… 

Pagodas may bring to mind traditional East Asian architecture, but the structures actually originated in India as sacred sites for Buddhist worship. The multitier building type made its way to East Asia as the religion spread, and now you’re likely to see versions both big and small when visiting the region. The pagoda’s fanciful form makes it a popular decorative motif; it’s a key element in chinoiserie, and its shape has inspired pendant lighting, mirror frames, and even patio umbrellas.

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