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Daphne is a stylized study of a delphinium and comes in two colorways, including blue. emmagardnerdesign.com

Waterford

Waterford extends its Lismore Diamond collection with blue-hued crystal giftware. waterford.com

La-Z-Boy

La-Z-Boy's Malina sofa features the color of the moment. la-z-boy.com

Nourison

Designer Barclay Butera created Medley in an ink colorway. The over-dyed hide-hair rug includes a double-banded metal stud border and is hand-assembled in India. nourison.com

Dale Tiffany

Dale Tiffany has added lighting to its Favrile art glass collection to create tabletop torchieres, a new direction for the company. daletiffany.com

Lenox

The newest Marchesa dinnerware design from Lenox is called Sapphire Plume, a full-coverage pattern with a peacock motif. lenox.com

Drexel Heritage

This ottoman from Drexel Heritage's Viage collection combines fashion and function. drexelheritage.com

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