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Southern Style: The Great Indoors

Fight cabin fever with these cold-weather companions for the home
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The Hearth

FENDER: Inspired by the fireside benches used in country homes of England, Virginian Jake Dunning and his family started Throwleigh Club Fenders. Made to order in four frame styles and a variety of finishes and upholstery options, they add a touch of old-world luxury (starting at $3,500; virginiaclubfender.com).

ANDIRONS: White bronze Mercury andirons by Tom Corbin create a striking frame for your flames ($3,855; corbinbronze.com).

TOOLS: Dallas-based Arterior’s hand-forged iron Henry set puts a contemporary spin on traditional fire tools ($900; plantationdesign.com).

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iPHONE SPEAKER DOCK: ReAcoustic owner Ryan Boase salvages horns from 1920s Magnavox gramophones for his fully acoustic docks (starting at $592; etsy.com/shop/ReAcoustic).

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DOMINOES: The Bare Bones domino set—designed by the Principals in collaboration with Billy Reid—looks just as good on the shelf as it does on your game table ($70; nestdallas.com).

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BAR SET: The new hair-on-hide Browmley bar collection from Pigeon and Poodle offers extra incentive for a trip to the ice bucket (starting at $76; alpinehomefurnishings.com).Brie Williams

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PUZZLE: This wooden creation from Liberty Puzzles depicts New Orleans artist Alex Beard’s Abstract VI painting. It will challenge even die-hard jigsaw junkies ($110; alexbeardstudio.com).

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PING-PONG TABLE: Up the game stakes with the regulation-size Winston Ping-Pong table, made to order out of walnut and maple by Atlanta-based Ventura Games. Remove the net and it doubles as an extra-large dining table, so everyone—win or lose—can sit down for dinner ($3,495; ventureshuffleboard.com).

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CHAIR: Get cozy in GO Home Ltd.’s new Stark chair, a midcentury take on the traditional tufted wingback, constructed of solid alder and covered in Virginia company Moore & Giles’ stunning tobacco-hued leather ($2,350; recollectionssantafe.com).

LAMP: The retro Miles floor lamp from Schoolhouse Electric is finished in hand-brushed brass and engineered to pivot at the neck and head for an adjustable reading light ($485; schoolhouseelectric.com).

RUG: Dash and Albert’s new Zuni rug, made of hand-knotted jute, is a modern alternative to your grandmother’s heirloom Oriental, and comfy underfoot, too (starting at $165; dashandalbert.com).

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BOOKENDS: Virginia-based Jefferson Brass Company’s timeless bookends come in a number of sporting silhouettes that bring a touch of the field to the shelf (starting at $126; vabrass.com).

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BLANKETS: Hand loomed by artisans in Peru, D. Bryant Archie’s blankets are some of the softest on the market, made of baby alpaca and distinguished by the brand’s signature braided trim (starting at $550; dbryantarchie.com).

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PIPES: Nashville artisan Grant Batson got his start building guitars. These days, he’s carving museum-quality custom pipes like this pair, made out of Italian briar, tagua nut, and ebony (starting at $425; gbatsonpipes.com).

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TABLEWARE: Need a worthy vessel for your favorite warm elixir? Trained at Tulane University, New Orleans ceramicist Rachael DePauw creates gorgeous pottery, including these graphic pieces (starting at $45; rachaeldepauw.com).

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