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It may feel safer to buy a matching set, but designers say the traditional rules are going away. Here’s some guidance for getting that collected look.

  • Lindsey M. Roberts
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  • Mar 8
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A designer shares her favorite pieces for those “who aren’t afraid to think outside the box.”

It may feel safer to buy a matching set, but designers say the traditional rules are going away. Here’s some guidance for getting that collected look.

  • Lindsey M. Roberts
  • ·
  • Mar 8
  • ·
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