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Inspired by its namesake, Calacatta Light from SapienStone is a marble-look surface with a bright-white background, subtle gray veining and a polished finish. With its easy maintenance and durability, it’s perfect for countertop applications. sapienstone.com

The Mesh 55 pendant was designed by Francisco Gomez Paz for Luceplan. Comprised of slender, flexible metal cables in a mesh design punctuated by LED lights, the modern fixture is also available in a flush-mount version. luceplanusa.com

Italian tile company Ariana Ceramica conveys the appearance of inlaid wood by framing large-format, stone-look tiles in a reclaimed-wood-look border. Both porcelain-tile surfaces are created using digital-printing technology and come in a range of colorways. ariana.it/en

Bulbright’s Solana line of LED bulbs marries smart technology and decorative style. They come in a range of shapes and sizes; users can set preferences—including timers and dimming—via voice control or a smartphone app. Pictured, Globe and Edison styles. bulbritesolana.com

Haute Déco, a small atelier in England, designs cabinet-door knobs that have the delicate look of crystal but are made of a durable, translucent-resin material that won’t chip. Pictured here, assorted knobs stand out for their bold coral hue. hautedeco.com

Poliform’s Senzafine is a modular, freestanding walk-in closet system that can be adapted to fit different spaces. With an emphasis on organization, it features drawers, cubbies and shelves illuminated by LED lights. Made of melamine with a wood-look finish and available locally through Poliform | sagartstudio. poliformdc.com

Richelieu’s Banio Modular Organizer is a U-shaped storage system that fits neatly into vanity drawers, circumventing plumbing fixtures. The acrylic components store bath necessities in easy reach; they can be arranged to fit any drawer, then clipped into place. richelieu.com

The Magneto collection by Fiandre Architectural Surfaces puts a new spin on cement flooring. Infused with metallic and oxidized materials, the floor tiles convey a textured patina in six options that include Silver, Corten and Rust (pictured). The tiles are available in three formats. granitifiandre.com

Elbo, by Brooklyn-based lighting designer James Dieter, is a sculptural fixture with an industrial edge. Anodized or plated-aluminum bands combine with disc-shaped porcelain or glass diffusers in a range of configurations. Elbo comes as a chandelier, tower (pictured) or sconce, in a choice of finishes. jamesdieter.co

Native Trails’ eco-friendly Solace Vanity pairs an FSC-certified oak frame with a shelf and countertop of NativeStone, the company’s lightweight, crack-resistant surface made of concrete and jute fiber. Available in 30- and 48-inch widths, with a Midnight or Sunrise Oak (pictured) finish, at Ferguson. ferguson.com; nativetrailshome.com

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