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By Rebecca Thienes
We scoured the interior design world's spring markets from Milan to High Point, N.C., (and places in-between) and came back with the best in high-concept home decor. Here are our favorite show-stoppers—coming soon, to a living room near you.
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Designers Quinze & Milan teamed up with online shopping site Fab.com for an exclusive collaboration with the Andy Warhol Foundation. Unveiled at Milan Design Week, this foam pouf can work as a side table or ottoman. Either way, it's a work of art.
SHOP NOW: Fab Brillo box pouf, $425
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Italian maker Seletti surprised the design world with a down-home approach to design. Inspired by shipping crates, these storage pieces come in amusing animal shapes, including a goose nightstand, pig cabinet, and cow sideboard to store items.
SHOP NOW: Seletti pig dresser, about $1,311
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Spanish designer Jaime Hayón's Porcelain figurines for Lladró have a quirky and dark cartoonish feel. Lladro has spent the last few seasons collaborating on off-beat designs, a big departure from their typical sweet figurines of the past. The Guest Collection is their latest introduction at the Maison et Objet show in Paris.
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Brooklyn-based lighting designer Lindsey Adelman of Roll & Hill is having her moment in the spotlight. At this year's Italian Euroluce fair, Adelman introduced her Blow chandelier in polished aluminum. Its playful shape has a sexy 1970s Morocco vibe.
SHOP NOW: Roll & Hill Blow chandelier, $13,500
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Also debuting at Milan Design Week, the Y5 chair by Finnish designer Sami Kallio, which features trendy dip-dyeing and an exaggerated woven back with a slim metal base. The result is a mash-up of traditional Scandinavian design and psychedelic color.
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Japanese design group Nendo teamed up with Italy's go-to plastic brand Kartell to give design fanatics the Cliff shelf system. Made of polyethylene in graphic black-and-white, the modular components can be arranged to fit whatever collection you choose to display.
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Italian furniture brand Moroso brings us a refreshing collaboration with prolific designer Patricia Urquiola. Called the Fishbone tables, the cast acrylic pieces combine punchy colors and patterns, creating a modern interpretation of herringbone on the surface.
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At High Point furniture market in North Carolina, this mirrored table by New York City–based Bungalow 5 stood out. Mirrors in colorful hues like green, amethyst, and blue make these side tables feel futuristic and fresh.
SHOP NOW: Bungalow 5 Romano side table, $286
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Typically found on the badminton court, Godefroy de Virieu's reimagined birdie scores extra points as an inventive lamp made of cork and genuine bird feathers. Shown at Maison et Objet in Paris, the light is spot-on for sports fans and design enthusiasts alike.
SHOP NOW: L’Atelier d’exercices lamp, about $195
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The Norwegian design group Gridy, unveiled the Kabloom! vase at this year's Stockholm Furniture Fair. Available in antique gray or black glass, it takes its form from cartoon bombs. A single flower stem fits into the vase and looks like the bomb's wick while the bloom is its subsequent blast.
For more over-the-top decor, check out Glo's Dream Home board.