Going native

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Tap into tribal flair with these stylish decorative elements that channel a long-ago Miami.

 
ANTLER ADORNMENT 
The Key deer is an endangered deer that lives only in the Florida Keys, and for years it was a source of food and clothing for early native tribes. Today, it’s honored in a more modern, Miami way—with a ceramic chandelier by Jason Miller for Roll and Hill. Starts at $2,300. Design Within Reach, 77 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables; 305-569-9730; dwr.com.
ANTLER ADORNMENT The Key deer is an endangered deer that lives only in the Florida Keys, and for years it was a source of food and clothing for early native tribes. Today, it’s honored in a more modern, Miami way—with a ceramic chandelier by Jason Miller for Roll and Hill. Starts at $2,300. Design Within Reach, 77 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables; 305-569-9730; dwr.com.

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