Houzz Contributor. You can also find me on Lolalina (http://www.lolalina.com/), my blog devoted to all of the things that make a house a home - decorating from the heart, living with intention, and savoring life's simple pleasures.
This September, I am craving everything woodland — from delicate nature studies and faux-bois accents to ridiculously cute foxes, squirrels and owls. Read on for my top 20 picks to bring the woods and fields home. Happy fall! — Laura from Lolalina
These stumps may look like the real thing, but they are much more comfortable! Made from recycled materials and covered with photographic prints, these versatile poufs from Norwegian brand Krone Hanssen can be used as side tables or extra seating.
I love that this print looks as if it were pulled from a treasured, old botanical identification text. The artist mixed antique engravings with her own original watercolors, gouache and ink illustrations.
I've been a huge fan of Tamar Mogendorff for years, and her latest creations have me swooning all over again. These plump, colorful mushroom soft sculptures will brighten up any little corner you choose to display them in.
Decoylab turns out some of the most creative clocks around, not the least of which is the sleek and modern mushroom. It would be cute sitting on a mantel or bedside table, or tucked into a bookcase amidst the books.
This storage piece from West Elm almost looks like an amazing vintage find — except you would never find anything quite this cool in a vintage shop. You could use this in your bedroom, but it's just as well suited for use as an entertainment center in the living room or den.