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Design Finds That Work Every Time

By: Kathleen Renda
Meet the go-to finds HGTV stars and HGTV Magazine editors rely on again and again—in any house, with any style.
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Photo: Chris Coppola/Studio D. From: HGTV Magazine.

A Cashmere Throw

“You can splurge on this whisper-soft cashmere throw, and it’s worth it. Tossed on the bed, a sofa, or a reading chair, it will last—and look chic—forever.” —Christina El Moussa, Flip or Flop. Solid throws, $249 each,

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Photo: Christopher Coppola. From: HGTV Magazine.

A Gooseneck Faucet

“A kitchen faucet is not the place to be wacky. You want something trend-proof that holds up to daily use—and abuse—and complements a wide range of styles. This stainless steel number nails it, and the built-in motion sensor is really cool.” —Jonathan Scott, Property Brothers. Moen Haysfield pulldown kitchen faucet with MotionSense, $398,

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Photo: Christopher Coppola. From: HGTV Magazine.

A Storage Coffee Table

“Because it’s seriously pared down—it’s just raw wood and blackened steel—this table can swing from simple to sophisticated. Plus the top pops up to reveal extra storage—something every room needs.” —Scott McGillivray, Income Property. Rustic Storage 36"W x 26"D x 17 3/4"H mango wood and steel table, $549,

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Photo: Chris Coppola/Studio D . From: HGTV Magazine.

Parsons Chairs

“These clean-lined chairs fit in anywhere, from a farmhouse to a penthouse. Switch up the upholstery—try a rich fabric like leather or velvet—and they transform from quiet to luxe.” —Cari Cucksey, Cash & Cari. Couture chairs, from $239 each,

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