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Looking down at the showroom floor at Pottery Barn's 100 Bloor St. W. location in Toronto

lookingdown It's Top Five List time! Summer has hit Pottery Barn showrooms across the country, and I had the opportunity to take a gander at the goods this morning. Here's my scoop on their new summer essentials... 1. Natural Curiosity Melamine Collection 1melamine2Remember that coffee table book that everyone had (but never read) a few years back? The Cabinet of Natural Curiosities? Well, this melamine is the rather delicious dinnerware version of the illustrations in that book. Pretty, upscale prints that add a touch of sophistication to a summer table setting. 1melamine 2. Townsend Occasional Tables townsend5 townsend6 Like so much of Pottery Barn's summer offerings, this classy cocktail table (which retails for $499) leaves room for you to put your own personal stamp on it. The tabletop lifts, revealing little niches in which you can display seasonal smalls. The Townsend also comes in this sleek console version ($499 as well), which I'd love have in the bedroom to display and store my ever-growing arsenal of neckties. How pretty would that look?townsend7 3. Starfish Duvet Cover & Sham starfishBeachy blue and turquoise starfish, block-printed on crisp white cotton voile... Airy, artisanal and incredibly covetable. starfish2 4. Crewel lampshades crewel2 Exquisite crewelwork elevates these shades into works of art. What a fantastically easy way to reinvent a nondescript lamp base! Would love to pair this with a bulky balustrade lamp base in a weathered, cerused wood finish... crewel1 5. Crab placecard holders crab1Clawfully cute. I'd sworn off animal motif placecard holders after the holiday market got saturated with silly reindeer versions, but I'll make an exception for these sweet silica glass sculptures. crab2 Follow Style Sleuth on Twitter! Subscribe to Style Sleuth!
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