If you don't know who Serge Mouille is, look him up on Google. His lamps are heavy-hitting design icons. Vintage ones can sell for $35,000, and the newly produced ones sell for $12,000. These hanging lights look Mouille-inspired, and with a few zeros removed from the prices mentioned, we everyday mortals can have high style at a low price.
Here's another Mouille-inspired floor lamp — designed for the people! It's so great to have items like this at price points everyone can afford. And besides, you know it's hard to find a cute floor lamp.
This is another great headboard, this time with button tufting. The neutral fabric is natural linen. The headboard just attaches to the wall.
The whole decor world has gone ziggy with it — the chevron pattern is hotter than ever! Since it is a classic that has been around for centuries, I think it is safe to say that anything you buy now will make you feel trendy but will also be a design classic that you can use forever. This rug is fiber and made for indoor/outdoor use, but I would use it inside in a heartbeat. Order two at this price to make a large 10 x 16 rug.
Who doesn't love a pouf? Throw a couple of these cute floor cushions around to add some pizzaz to your room.
Menswear is a huge trend right now, and I found these menswear-inspired dinner plates. Try updating your table for the holidays. You know how to mix and match, don't you?
Missoni madness swept over design shoppers last month and caused havoc at Target. Most of the stuff was gone in about five minutes, but forget Target and look for vintage Missoni-style textiles. This one is a real vintage Missoni scarf. I would commit a crime against fashion, cut this scarf up to make pillow fronts and back them with solid fabrics. Take that, Target!
Adding vintage anything to your rooms is a design element not to be missed. I love Milo Baughman chairs, and you can find affordable ones on eBay every once in a while. At a recent famous Tastemaker sale, a pair was offered for over $2,000. This modern chair is very Baughman-like, and since it's new, there are no worries about the pitted chrome that usually comes along with the vintage territory.
This is for you antique lovers out there, and yes, every decor scheme should include an antique or two. This Louis Phillipe–style mirror will make you happy. It is not only cute but also affordable. I love the long size of it — perfect to prop against the wall.
Leopard, leopard, leopard — hot now and forever! I found this cute set of Melamine dishes for you. Melamine has made a major comeback since its first appearance in the 1960s.
Holiday time approaches, and that means picking up some hostess gifts. I love to give (and get) them, and I always try to give something stylish and useful. I love these numbered cocktail napkins, and I bet the hostess with the mostess will love them too.
Vintage blankets like Pendletons and Swiss Army ones are the darlings of the hipster bed. And they cost a fortune. This cute blanket is a copy of a Swiss Army blanket and it won't break the bank. Use it as a throw — even if you're not a hipster.
World Market now has a very affordable slipcover sofa. It comes in classic white and a few other colors. It may not last a lifetime, but I bet it's good to go for a few years.
Mercury glass lamps are so expensive, but I found this one for you at about one-third of the price of anything I have seen out in the marketplace. And it comes with the shade! It also hits two design home runs: an elegant, glam mercury glass and a gourd shape.
Yes, a Christmas tree! When I lived in a tight space in New York, I had a skinny tree and loved it. This one is pre-lit (because no one likes putting the lights on the tree), and it is the most affordable pre-lit tree I have seen. Leave it as is for a clean modern look, or load it up with your favorite ornaments. Order early; at this price, you won't be sorry.