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20 Holiday Home Picks From 6 NYC Interior Design Experts!

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    The holidays are a time for indulgence, and, as Thanksgiving rolls in, we think it's time to treat yourselves in advance, for making it through the long days ahead (the family time, the cooking time, the possibly-forced enthusiasm). We've already given you the rundown on must-ask-Santa wardrobe goodies, so now it's time to move on to cool-ifying your casa. Kill two birds with one stone—you're treating yourself and giving the fam something to ooh and aah at. To get you some awesome inspiration, we tapped these six NYC interior design experts for their holiday wish lists. From coffee-table books and quirky papier-mâché wall hangings to Jonathan Adler's luxe, metallic sitting stools, their dream tickets are more exciting than the newest issue of AD. And who knows, while you're browsing for yourself, you may even get some gift ideas for that cousin who has it all (but doesn't know a sconce from a floor lamp). We know you're generous like that.

    Click through for 20 home decor must-haves from 6 NYC insiders.

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