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INTO THE LIGHT
British lighting manufacturer Original BTC handcrafts bone china pendants that can be raised and lowered via an adjustable pulley. The fixtures incorporate a shade, counterweight and ceiling rose. With its soft ridges, the Christie Rise & Fall Pendant (pictured) casts a distinctive shadow. originalbtc.com

GOING GREEN
Durapalm’s latest line of wall- and ceiling-panel systems is made in the U.S. from reclaimed, plantation-grown palm trees. Pictured, the Manali system pairs a palm veneer with a core of bamboo. The design was influenced by colors and textures found in the Himalayan region of the same name. durapalm.com

EASY OPENING
The Contemporary Aluminum Model 8850 from Wayne Dalton Garage Doors combines an anodized black frame and clear glass panes for a modern look and maximum visibility. It’s designed with tongue-and-groove joints and heavy-duty tracks that ensure smooth operation. wayne-dalton.com

SAFETY FIRST
The Precious Bar cabinet lock by Buster + Punch keeps valuables safe in style. Two vertical pulls hold a fixing bar on a chain; the lock features the company’s signature knurl pattern and can be secured with a Buster + Punch padlock. Available in solid brass (pictured) or burnt steel.busterandpunch.com

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