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A home goods site called Joy & Revelry has hit the internet, and if you thought you'd seen just about enough of those, you might actually find something different in this San Francisco-based, design-focused version. The site offers one-of-a-kind products shipped directly from independent producers, and collections are curated by style mavens including Copy Cat Chic's Reichel Broussard and Rue magazine's Kelli Ryder. The company will even connect you with said style mavens directly for personal consultations, which come complete with mock ups of your room design and suggestions on what to buy. And if all that hasn't convinced you to check it out, maybe this giraffe head vase with a yellow birdie on its head will do the trick.—Esther Hahn
· Joy & Revelry [Official Site]
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