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Tiffany & Co. launched an outrageously indulgent home and accessories line

Tiffany & Co.'s new home line includes a $1,500 coffee can, a $350 straw and $95 Tiffany blue paper cups.
/ Source: TODAY

Close your eyes, just for a moment, and imagine that you're a Kardashian.

No? OK, another fancy person of your choosing. Someone for whom money is no object.

Imagine what it would be like to decorate your home to the nines, right down to every last detail. That's about how it feels to browse Tiffany & Co.'s new Home & Accessories collection, which centers on "everyday objects made extraordinary" — and it's given us a whole new set of goals we didn't even know we had.

After all, nothing says "I've arrived" quite like a $9,000 ball of sterling silver yarn on the mantle.

SS BALL OF YARNT|Tiffany & Co. Studio / Tiffany & Co.

And everyone knows that expensive coffee tastes better when it's scooped from a $1,500 coffee can.

SS TIN CAN CUPT|Tiffany & Co. Studio / Tiffany & Co.

But we're getting ahead of ourselves. Let's start with the little things — like these porcelain "paper cups," meant to elevate the everyday experience of brushing your teeth.

PORCELAIN PAPER CUPT|Tiffany & Co. Studio / Tiffany & Co.

Sure, they're $95 for a set of two cups, but think of how many trees you'd be saving by opting for a reusable vessel. You can't put a price on that.

And what better way to protect your million-dollar smile from stains than by sipping your rare imported wines through a $350 rose vermeil crazy straw?

Tiffany & Co.

You can even engrave your name on it, because there's nothing worse than having to share your rose vermeil crazy straw.

There's something here for Tiffany fans of all ages, including a $425 sterling silver protractor to encourage your child to do his geometry homework.

T|Tiffany & Co. Studio / Tiffany & Co.

"Beautiful things shouldn’t just live in a drawer," reads a statement on the Tiffany & Co. website. "Handcrafted in sterling silver, enamel and wood, this new collection elevates traditional office supplies and accessories into works of art meant to become favorite pieces you use every day."

As outrageous as some of the items might seem, Tiffany & Co. means for them to be accessible luxuries. "While there are certainly extraordinary items at elevated price points, the vast majority of products in the collection are actually under $500," Derek Conrad, a company representative, told TODAY Home in an email.

By all means, if you can afford to indulge the collection without taking a foreclosure on the home you'd hoped to store them in, we're all for it.

Just be sure to get an extra crazy straw for when we come to visit!