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Furnished with sparkle

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Fendi Casa’s chair is “cut” like a diamond and swivels on a metal stem. Gem-inspired furniture and accessories resembling jewelry are beginning to bring a little bling into the home. (Fendi Casa)
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An aluminum chair with faceted planes is part of Buchegger, Denoth, Feichtner’s Axiome line. “Plain surfaces reflect light in just one direction,” designer Thomas Feichtner says. “The reason why diamonds sparkle is that they have facets. Our objects play with light and shadow.” (Buchegger, Denoth, Feichtner Design)
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A chair in the Space Lounge series by Jehs + Laub has an upholstered seat that looks like a gemstone when viewed from above. (Fritz Hansen)
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A Facet table inlaid with Swarovski crystal can show off any drink. (David Wilson / Gary Hutton Design)
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Facet’s crystal-top table comes in painted bronze and brushed or polished stainless steel. (David Wilson / Gary Hutton Design)
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Sterling silver cutlery in Buchegger, Denoth, Feichtner’s Cutt line has faceted planes. (Buchegger, Denoth, Feichtner Design)
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The Cado designed for Umbra looks like a chiseled chunk of hematite and can be used as a stool, side table or ottoman. (Umbra)
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Dutch designer Marcel Wanders’ plastic Stone stools for Kartell sparkle like chunks of topaz. (Kartell)
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Glassware by Algabar sits on metallic faceted stems. (Kirk McKoy / LAT)
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A glazed pitcher from Anthropologie and a lamp by West Elm have bejeweled features. (Kirk McKoy / LAT)
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[RAW] The Radian chair by the Finnish architecture group Valvomo is an example of furniture whose form mimics the faceted face of gemstones. (Valvomo)
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