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Tuesday's Trends: Luxe Lucite

Hello Fabulistas! I always love to aim for fabulous when I'm designing a space. It's all about finding your own fab. If that includes the futuristic-looking lucite, go for it! The design industry is no stranger to this sleek material. Here are a few of my favorite lucite and clear plastic items:

from Houzz

Louis ghost chair Phillippe Starck's Louis ghost chair is infamous for all the right reasons! It's so simply fab and you'd be hard pressed to peruse Pinterest or Houzz without running across one of these chairs. They're classic for a reason!

from Philippe Starck for Kartell

Pop of lucite color Neon is one of my favorite color trends right now. It's bold and bright! What's not to love?! The clear and color play in this serving tray is begging to be used for a fun pool party.

from C. Wonder

Mod bubble chair I love how this chair looks retro and modern all in one. (I bought it for my daughter's room!) Isn't it so chic? Plus, Regency Shop shared some fab coupon codes with us. For 10% off a non-clearance item, enter 10OFF at checkout. For 5% off a clearance item, enter NOW5OFF at checkout.

from Regency Shop

Clear links

Let's not forget all the great lucite moments in fashion! I love a lucite accessory every now and then. This chain length statement necklace is fab and so versatile.

from Kenneth Jay Lane

Edgy candle

The versatility of lucite simply can't be beat! I'm always finding fab new ways designers are using it, like in this spiked candle. This little container is worth holding onto even after you've used the candle up.

from Native Edge

There's such a variety of lucite in home trends. What's your favorite use? Let's chat in the comments below!

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