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Emily Quinn brings together classic and contemporary pieces for living and sleeping spaces. I

ts vignettes (artfully separated by Molo’s foldable paper walls) showcase European furniture that mixes old-world craftsmanship with modern manufacturing, like Galimberti Nino’s upholstered bed frames in neutral shades and Porada’s Bolero sectional sofa, with a slatted canaletto walnut frame. New deep-seating options from Eilersen include low armchairs and sofas with beefy down-top cushions, perfect for lounging. The vibrantly coloured vases by Windsor’s Tsunami Glassworks also stand out.

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