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This lacy wallpaper would look lovely in a closet or a room that is more feminine. And it would look great with bold colors to provide contrast.
I'm not generally a floral type of girl, but this rug actually catches my eye. I really love the dark blue contrasting the ivory.
You can have the most fun with rugs in a nursery. Just remember that little ones will be crawling all over it, so buy something extra durable.
This lovely wool rug adds a bit of exotic geometry and subtle color to your floor. Hop on the gray trend with this version, or pick from an array of brighter color options.
Interior designer and former Queer Eye cast member Thom Filicia can do no wrong in my book, so it's no wonder I'm in love with graphic rug. He designed it for the outdoors, but I think it would work equally well indoors in an area that gets a lot of traffic.Made of 100% recycled plastic. Comes in...
This pillow is a great mix of spring greens and earth tones. It would bring a neutral sofa or chair to life!
Colorful feathers are making their way into all facets of home decor, including wallpaper. I am smitten with Clearwater in blue heron because of its incredible color and layered wave pattern.
A casual throw blanket in navy and white says beach house all over it, but the Greek key pattern takes it up a notch and keeps the look refined.
Here's an exquisite pillow by John Robshaw, this one with a pair of elephants. This is going on my Christmas wishlist.
Not all floral prints need to take you back to grandma's. This pattern by Mahram studio is elegant, modern and just a little funky.
Add a wool rug to the closet to pull all of the decorative elements together. If you have hardwood floors, it's nice to have something soft under your feet as you contemplate which shoes get to go to the dance.
This very elegant elephant pillow by Thomas Paul would be a wonderful addition to a couch, bed or chair. It is masculine enough to work beautifully in a man's study or boy's bedroom as well.
Ikat is still all the rage, and I love that this pillow is in velvet instead of the usual silk or cotton.
A monogrammed cashmere throw is a perfect gift. It's luxurious and the personalization is a thoughtful touch.
One dose of a bright mustard yellow and my whole living room could be transformed. I love how the bright color brings out the simple handmade details.
Hand Crochet Throw
For a little piece, this clock still looks bold and broad. It's small enough that I can imagine taking it with me on a road trip.
Tree-Ring Table Clock
I've personally grown Jerusalem sage (Phlomis fruticosa, zones 4 to 9) in a few different gardens, and I've had success each time. It takes off pretty quickly.
Two of these will be added to my bed in my master bedroom. I love the texture and the little bit of metallic that these add. They would also look great on a pair of chairs or a sofa.
Thom Filicia documents the renovation of his summer retreat in American Beauty. Be warned: It will make you want a summer cottage of your own.
This budget-friendly outdoor fabric made of 100 percent polyester may just do the trick for those garden pillows. Just make sure you don't lose them in the grass!
Hazy Days Jade Fabric
This boomerang patterned throw pillow will bring pattern and texture to any room you choose. It's also available in teal and chocolate.
One or more of these smallish mirrors would be stunning against a rich, dark painted wall. I especially like that while the finish looks like stone, it's actually ceramic — so it's not too heavy.
For the perfect touch of soft sunny yellow, toss a pair of these embroidered Greek key pillows onto your bed or sofa. I think they would also look fantastic in a sunroom, or even bring them onto your outdoor patio.
Timeless design and neutral colors mean this pillow could fit into virtually any design scheme. A pair would look so chic on a black linen settee.
The Ives mirror features a delicate latticework frame covered in a mosaic of capis. Its organic floral shape is delicate and beautiful, just like spring blooms.
Made Goods Ives Mirror
I've admired these Ork posters for years. Cities, broken down by neighborhood, then labeled in typography. I live in Washington D.C. I have the D.C. poster propped over my mantel.
I love the contrasting colors and ethnic feel of this pillow. Spread out a couple on the patio for summer lounging.
I LOVE these Brahm's Mount herringbone throws and I'm dying to purchase one for my own home, I just can never decide which color. This orange one looks nice and cozy though!
A weathered wood accent wall behind the bed would look so awesome — and if you use wallpaper, there's no chance for splinters! Plus, if you want to change the look someday, wallpaper is easier to take down than real wood.
The radial sunburst print on this fun pillow would add a touch of Art Deco style to a couch or love seat.
Kilim rugs are popular right now for good reason: They are easy to clean, have beautiful coloring and add so much interest to a room. My husband and I are on the hunt for one right now for our living room. Pottery Barn has a lovely selection of found kilims.
Take a cue from the Europeans with these Colette pillows. Channeling French draperies, the designs provide the perfect anchor for any couch or love seat.