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DUMBO Day of the Dead Wallpaper; Cooper-Hewitt Online

BROOKLYN—In a twist on classic toile wallpaper, the print firm Flavor Paper has turned out a DUMBO-meets-Day of the Dead inspired design, complete with skull helicopters, skull filled Brooklyn Bridge overpasses, and other scenes inspired by the artsy neighborhood on Brooklyn's waterfront. [Apartment Therapy]

THE INTERNET—Cooper-Hewitt, the national design museum, is kickstarting a new, more commercial approach by taking it's famous museum shop, stocked with quirky design items, online. The museum's physical home is currently closed for a $64M renovation, but the museum staff is overseeing off-site, and now online, extensions. [Unbeige]

HOUSTON—When Ellen DeGeneres decided to give away a $250K house to one deserving audience member, she partnered with online home retailer Wayfair, who provided more than 1,000 pieces of furniture and home wares to outfit the new house. [Home Accents Today]