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Far from being prim or passé, this delicate decorative weave is in the midst of a serious revival on the red carpet and at home
Each of these one-of-a-kind serving pieces from Kosoy + Bouchard is crafted in Toronto and made from porcelain hand-stamped with antique Indian woodblocks. Their delicate lacy motifs bring intricate texture to even the most minimalist tablescape. Cylinder Bowls, $160 and $220 at Kosoy + Bouchard (www.kosoyandbouchard).
These lacy light fixtures from Karman Lighting’s Central Park collection cleverly illustrate how the outdated can be made innovative in the hands of the right designer. Made from lacquered, perforated steel, the pendants cast intricate shadows on the walls. While their form is perfectly contemporary, their delicate scalloped edge adds an unexpected twist. Karman Lighting Central Park pendant, $1,999 at abc carpet & home (www.abchome.com).
Vera Wang’s wispy die-cut note cards reimagine basic white stationery. Who wouldn’t like to receive a thank-you on one of these? Vera Wang Laser-Cut Orange Parasol Tri-Fold Note Cards, $35 for a box of 10 at Papyrus (www.papyrusonline.com).
The high-contrast lace-inspired pattern on this black-and-white silk frock by Tibi – a novel take on the little black dress – adds a flirty, feminine accent to the ever-popular sheath silhouette. Violette dress, $385 at Tibi (www.tibi.com).
Take this of-the-moment motif from floor to ceiling with an overscaled wallpaper like this soft-yet-graphic one from the innovative British design company Jocelyn Warner. Jocelyn Warner Lace wallpaper in White at Trianon (www.trianon-online.com).