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A Fendi Casa Penthouse; Crate and Barrel's New Teapots

NYC—One of the penthouses at Manhattan luxury building 400 Fifth Avenue has been decorated in more than $620K of Fendi Casa furnishings plus $240K in modern art. The three-bedroom unit, which boasts the Italian fashion house's signature "F" logo in rug form, is now listed for about $17M. Let's get some handbags with that, please? [CurbedWire Inbox]

EVERYWHERE—In honor of its 50th anniversary, Crate and Barrel has enlisted 12 designers, including architect Paola Navone and wallpaper goddess Julia Rothman, to create limited-edition teapots inspired by Arzberg's Bauhaus classic. The retailer plans to release one a month from Dec. until Nov. 2013. More info, right this way. [CurbedWire Inbox]

EVERYWHERE—Pantone has announced its top color for spring 2013: Monaco Blue, which is apparently "not a bright cobalt or sapphire blue" but "falls somewhere in between with a shot of sparkle." Get those walls ready, people. [CurbedWire Inbox]

THE INTERNET—Redfin has launched School Search, "a new feature that enables users to find ALL the homes for sale based on a certain school attendance zone," according to the release. Unlike search tools that focus on district, School Search allows prospective buyers to "see all the homes for sale served by [their school of choice], as well as sign up for alerts that let them know when a new listing comes on the market in the specified school zone." Read more. [CurbedWire Inbox]

NYC—DwellStudio is gearing up for some big sales this weekend, an Urban Tag Sale (Saturday) in which folks like New York design editor Wendy Goodman and Veranda editor in chief will be selling pieces from their personal collections, and a Warehouse Sale (Saturday and Sunday), where the brand's furniture, decor, bedding, rugs, and more are all ultra-discounted. Racked NY has more. [CurebdWire Inbox]