When I think of France, the first thoughts that come to mind are food and those wonderful Parisian cafés. Bring a bit of France home with you with one of these woven bistro chairs.
If you're looking for a new coverlet for your bed or hanging for your wall, look no further than these Mexican throws, sometimes called tenangos. They come in vivid colors and cool neutrals like this gray one.
I love the organic shape and colors of these bowls by Australian design company Mud. They would be perfect displayed on an open shelf in your kitchen.
Moroccan wedding blankets are beautiful handmade throws that could work at the bottom of your bed or on the wall. They are covered in tiny sequins that reflect and play with the light, making them great additions to any room.
The Italians are known for their impeccable style, and this plush armchair designed by Paola Navone is no exception.
I'd love to hang a vintage Japanese textile like this indigo one above my bed or mantelpiece. The rich blue color would look outstanding in a primarily white room.
Finnish architect Alvar Aalto brings his clean, modern style to the Savoy vase. An iconic piece like this would always find a place in your home.
Dress up your powder room with these Turkish hand towels. Their lightweight composition means they dry quickly and look beautiful folded over a towel rack.
Made from recycled Indian sari fabric, this multicolored rug is both soft to the touch and beautiful to look at.
There's a good chance that you already have a touch of Sweden in your home. If you've ever shopped at Ikea, then you have done the country proud. This whimsical fabric is one of the newest items in the store, and it can be used for curtains or pillows.
I can't get enough of the beautiful, bold stripes on these Bolivian blankets, or frazadas. Textiles like these have so many uses: Bring it with you to the beach or the cottage, or leave it at home and use it on your bed.