A silkscreened ostrich pillow is probably the last thing your guests would expect to find on your occasional chair. If you're feeling nervous about placing it in your living room, I'm sure it would look great on the family-room sofa as well.
My mother always said that if you don't tell people what you expect from them, they'll never know. This poster won't leave anyone guessing.
Wouldn't you like to hang your hat on this cheery fellow every day?
This lamp would add a nice touch of whimsy to a little girl's room. The tiny teacup on top is definitely the icing on the cake.
I think it's safe to say that many of us shy away from large, bold patterns in our homes. Why not try out a big pattern in a small space? This butterfly shower curtain would be a good start. That way if you're not completely convinced with your choice, it's not something your guests will see every time they come in the front door.
These darling pillows bring new meaning to the phrase his and hers. If I had a guest room, they would definitely be adorning the bed.
Lighting is such great way to inject a bit of the unexpected into a room. This lamp is called the Grasshopper. Now I'm sure you've never seen one of those in a living room before!
I believe that even small, everyday items should be beautiful and fun. This Milk Bottle Carafe is both.
Many would say that a mobile only belongs in a nursery. I think this wood mobile is so beautiful that it would be a great conversation piece for any room in your home.