From a hotel facade to fine china, we're seeing circles around every corner.
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Curves and circles define this famous hotel's facade.
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Laura Kirar Chair
This sophisticated chair gives new meaning to the phrase "charmed circle." Laura Kirar Dining Arm Chair, $3,700 each. McGUIRE FURNITURE COMPANY; 800-662-4847;
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Billy Baldwin once said, "There's chic in repetition." I think this tile reflects that sentiment perfectly. Beau Monde-Cary, $185/sq. ft. ANN SACKS: 800-278-8453;
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This pattern is a bit reminiscent of chain mail. It's medieval gone glam. Fil d'argent Dinner Plate, $200 each. LA TABLE HERMÈS: 800-441-4488.
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Although Frances Elkins based her 1930s chair on an 18th-century English design, there's nothing stuffy about the Loop chair. Decades later, it's still in demand. Frances Elkins Side Chair: $2,800 each. DOWNTOWN: 310-652-7461;
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You should "make your house say welcome and not in a whisper," at least according to Dorothy Draper. Put this bench by your front door and you'll do just that. Montespan Settee, $1,350 each. THE SOURCE PERRIER COLLECTION: 888-543-2804;
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The most famous intertwined circles in the world are also the most well-traveled -- this summer they're in Beijing, wearing their signature colors. The five rings represent the five continents.