Kartell’s laser-cut side table looks airy from the top, but solid from the side ($263; 39 Greene St., nr. Grand St.; 212-966-6665).
Recycle Christian Lacroix’s lace-pattern Evian bottle into a vase ($9; Gaby Restaurant in Sofitel, 45 W. 44th St., nr. Fifth Ave.; 212-354-8844).
It’s steel, yet still dainty (Lady de Lacy bracelet, $135 at the Shop at Cooper-Hewitt, 2 E. 91st St., nr. Fifth Ave.; 212-849-8355).
Anthropologie’s wide-brimmed hat makes traditional trendy ($38; 50 Rockefeller Plaza, nr. 50th St.; 212-246-0386).
Lace-patterned sneakers for guys? If they’re from John Varvatos for Converse, yes (Black Fives Rens Original All Star, $100 at Atrium, 644 Broadway, at Bleecker St.; 212-473-9200).
Let there be lace in your lights (Floral Flocked lamp shade, $28 at Urban Outfitters, 526 Sixth Ave., at 14th St.; 646-638-1646).
Printed with the Tree of Life pattern, this cotton panel can be a sarong, a curtain, or a throw ($110 at Matta, 241 Lafayette St., at Spring St.; 212-343-9399).
Two times the sexy: a pump that looks like lingerie (Viktor & Rolf pump, $675 at Iris, 827 Washington St., nr. Little W. 12th St.; 212-645-0950).
DIY stationery with a patterned stamp ($17.95 at the Ink Pad, 22 Eighth Ave., at W. 12th St.; 212-463-9876).
Lace-pattern tape makes a workaday package much more interesting ($10 at Matter, 227 Fifth Ave., at President St., Park Slope; 718-230-1150).