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Nine Nice and New Things From Urban Outfitters

Urban Outfitters may be the go-to fashion and décor shop for high school and college kids, but the retailer's inventory is looking a little more grown-up these days. For instance, the Carnival Slipper Chair ($325) cues in on the ikat trend in a sophisticated, Pottery Barn-like palette. Like this ripe find? Then,

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The butterfly chair has always been a favorite of youngsters, but the Leather Butterfly Chair Cover and Frame ($248) leather update makes it much more mature.

The Medallion Cut Lantern ($12) has a chic Moroccan vibe that would light up any indoor or outdoor space.

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The Trompe L'oeil Wooden Milk Crate ($38) is a step-up from a plastic classic.

The Apothecary Desk Lamp ($38) with its globe-shaped shade has charming studious style.

The Mod Round Velvet Pillow ($28), available in a range of colors, adds a pop of color in a luxurious fabric.

For mid-century modern fans, the Teak Wood Hanging Pendant ($78) is eye-catching and made from sustainably-harvested teak wood veneer.

The Bird Vase by Joanna Mendicino ($48-$64) is charming, crafty, and modern, adding a bit of personality to any tabletop.

The Eden Duvet and Shams by legendary 20th century pattern maker Alexander Girard is folksy and garden-inspired.
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lilkimbo lilkimbo 6 years
I'm the opposite; I love their stuff because it's cheap. Sure, some of it is too young for me, but I've found some great stuff there before. Although, I look more for quality than for whether or not something's a "designer brand," which is why I prefer to buy things in store (or, for bigger items, online only after I've seen them in person). I feel the same way about all of my home goods, though.
filmgirl81 filmgirl81 6 years
I feel like their stuff is too expensive for a non-designer brand
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