The elegantly minimal Jacob Pen and Pencil Holder brings the warmth of natural oak to your office while keeping your work area organized. It could also be used to display pretty nature finds, like colorful leaves and foliage from autumn walks.
This set of four melamine printed coasters in a funky retro design would definitely add style to after-dinner coffee or tea by the fire — so cheerful and fun.
The clever Buffer Lamp by designer Wieki Somers looks noncommittal at first glance. But inside its delicate porcelain shell a gold-colored finish gives the emerging light a warm, rich glow that makes even the chilliest room inviting and cozy.
I love the cheerfulness of the Dipped Side Table by West Elm. It's perfect for adding a happy dash of color to any room. The contrast of the red against the natural wood is particularly nice; it's just so happy.
This is such an inspired idea: The lovely Red Fig & Rosewood Soy Candle comes in a hand-glazed, hand-crafted porcelain dish that can be reused once the candle has melted away. And it's a pretty surprise, as the inside is glazed in a lovely deep orange. I love this candle. Other scents and colors are also available.
Pillows are always a great way to update a room, and the Fauna design from Judy Ross is a gorgeous example of how a little bit of color can make a great impact.
Bring the weekly groceries home in style with the Trapp Simple Tote in mustard by designer Lotta Jansdotter. It is not only sturdy and roomy, but also perfect for cheering up gray winter days with its sunny color.
This wonderful Autumn Cardinal hand-pulled silkscreen print is so lovely you could build an entire room around it. The colors are just amazing.
Toast the beauty of fall with this sweet set of six vintage flower glasses in rich, seasonal colors. They'd look great displayed in your kitchen or dining room too.
Keep your gourmet coffee hot (or your iced tea cold) and ready to go with the beautifully designed Stelton Vacuum Jug. Its elegant, simple shape and warm color would be definite assets to your work space.
I love the subtle modernity of the Cubizzmo No. 3 Rug by Second Studio. The soft warm grays warmed up with a deep orange are so pretty.
Artist Ann Toebbe works in a lovely style she refers to as folk-cubism — a sophisticated version of the classic folk art form. Her piece "Burning Down the Second House," painted from childhood memories, is beautiful and truly captures the effect of afternoon light through autumn leaves.
Add some seriously groovy style to your autumn-themed interior with this 1960s Danish Modern Scoop Lounge Chair in original striped upholstery.