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The Dyson Air Multiplier blows the same cooling breeze as a regular fan, but its bladeless design makes it safer—and easier to clean ($299 at Bed Bath & Beyond, 620 Sixth Ave., at 18th St.; 212-255-3550).

Photo: Courtesy of New Traditionalists

Leather piping, pony hair, or flannel? At the New Traditionalists showroom, custom-cover classic furniture shapes with your material of choice (armchair from $4,800; 524 Broadway, nr. Spring St., Ste. 206; 212-226-1868).

Photo: Courtesy of TerraCycle

An old-school tablet (okay, it’s a clipboard) makes clever use of a recycled computer-circuit board ($4.99 at the TerraCycle pop-up at the Port Authority, 41st St. at Eighth Ave.; 609-393-4252).

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