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Achoo! Have you noticed that no matter how they decorate the tissue box, the colors and faux texture don’t go with your bathroom or powder room? Check out this linen tissue box cover. It’s handmade and embroidered in a neutral color that goes with any decor.
This inventive mirror doubles as a convenient storage cupboard for your jewelry — a medicine cabinet for your bling, if you will. It’s also a clever way to house your pieces in a discreet hiding place.
A rock solid choice, this wallpaper will add just the right modern pattern and subtle color to the backs of bookshelves or covering smooth cabinet doors. It's screen-printed by hand using environmentally friendly inks and paper, and each sheet measures 27 by 36 inches.
Pebble Wallpaper Sheet, Dusk
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Give your walls a big dose of glam with this set of three medicine cabinet-like cube shelves. The outside of each box is finished in dark espresso and features a beveled mirror door that keeps your trinkets out of sight. You can hang them in any configuration with the hardware included.
This beige is a good neutral that has enough of a backbone to not get completely lost in a room. Coat the walls in this color for a cozy feel.
It would be enough if this gorgeous piece were just a mirror, but it's so much more. Hidden behind the beveled mirror glass is a large compartment where you can store small treasures or valuables.
'Glam' Floor Mirror
A light gray-blue on the walls will keep the room feeling light and happy, but is a more kid-friendly option than bright white.
This color is very calming and can add so much light to any kind of family room. And we want to have a calming family room, don't we?
Wall decals go 3-D! I like these flowers from Umbra because they give decals a fresh spin and provide some texture and interest to plain old walls.
Umbra Wall Flowers Set
Benjamin Moore's Revere Pewter is the perfect light gray with slightly warm undertones. It will make any room feel instantly classic.
This is a stunning pattern-I've actually applied this to the back of display cabinets, the added texture and form is really amazing.
These pendants are made of blown glass and brass with a hand-rubbed bronze finish. Three of these would look great over a kitchen bar or kitchen table— very cool.
Kelly Wearstler may have moved on to Bravura Modern territory (we love her new wallpapers too), but Imperial Trellis shows no sign of waning in popularity. Why not try it in something besides green? There are a slew of fun color combinations available, including glossy metallics.
I absolutely love this three-tier seagrass basket! The natural tones work with all styles, and I could see it being used for magazines, linens or, as you see here, bathroom storage.
This quatrefoil-like pattern works with a range of room styles, and would look equally good in a bedroom, dining room or anywhere else that you're looking for a subtle geometric pop.
I'm not usually a big fan of inspirational quotes, but this is a mantra I can most certainly get behind. I love the playful expression and that it's available in pretty much any color of the rainbow.
Looking for the perfect, soft gray paint? Look no further than "Light French Gray" by Sherwin Williams. Their ecofriendly "green sure" paint is just right for most tiny spaces, such as your laundry room. I love this color and it's low odor makes me feel good about using it around my kids. The...
This orange Swiss cross pattern is actually a wall decal that you can find on Spoonflower. You can also get the same pattern in wallpaper or fabric.
I couldn't quite decide how to categorize this paper. While a trellis is very traditional, the curves make this version a bit eclectic, the scale makes it contemporary; I don't know - you decide which way you are going to go. I've picked this lovely shade of blue, but there is a range of fabulous...
Paint can be one of the quickest ways to makeover a living room without breaking the bank. I love Benjamin Moore's line at Pottery Barn, especially this subtle yet dreamy gray blue.
Van Courtland Blue Paint
Next to tile I would say that wallpaper is my biggest obsession-it can transform a room so totally. This pattern has such a classic quality-use for an accent wall, on the back of a bookcase, I've even used wallpaper on the backs of cabinets-so many options!
I am a huge fan of Benjamin Moore Natura paint; I used this zero-VOC formula to paint while I was pregnant, and it went on like a dream. Decorators White is THE classic white paint.
This geometric pattern has a touch of exotic modern flair. More subtle in this gray and cream palette, it also comes in a bold pink and purple colorway if you really want to amp things up.
This ornate wood frame with fixed shelves has inspired me to create my own DIY version. I think it would look spectacular as a medicine cabinet in my guest bathroom.
This combination of jewel tones, hand-blown glass and beautiful shapes is truly breathtaking. I think the capper is literally those globe tops that unify all of the pieces. This jar collection was created by Atlanta glass artist Elizabeth Lyons, and I cannot get enough of it!
These salvaged kitchen shelves add a rustic and industrial touch to any space. I'm thinking Lowell textile mills meets Andy Warhol's Factory. They're a bit on the pricey side, but it's fun to sit back and romanticize about where the shelves originated.
These monogrammed wall decals could be used anywhere in your home to personalize your space. The great thing is they are easily removable if you change your mind.
If you're in the mood for a new look but don't want to spend a lot of time or energy, then painting is your best bet. I like Cool Breeze from Benjamin Moore for a kitchen because it's calm and quiet, allowing for the food and company to be the stars.
Cool Breeze Paint
Did you admire the new wallpaper in Jeff Lewis's rental house on Flipping Out? This modern geometric design is a perfect way to pack a big design punch on an accent wall. Available in several colors.
This is one of my favorite vase collections. You can pair them together on a dining room table or place them around the house. I’ve got a few on my table in the bay window that don’t even have flowers in them because they are beautiful all on their own.
Display your lovely treasures in these farm-like shelves. They look great as a group or simply by themselves.
Make a gallery wall out of entirely white mismatched frames. These frames would go well in a shabby-chic (oh how I hate that term) or more rustic Scandinavian environment.
Pebble Beach is a great pale blue with some green to warm it. It would look lovely with white wood trim.
What a great place to stash the mail until you can get to it. The two baskets are woven willow and lined in linen.
I love Benjamin Moore's Calm, which is part of their off-white color palette. This color is a pale gray with the slightest of lavender undertone. I would use it on the walls.
Frames Feature A Unique, Reclaimed Wood Look With A Light Brown Base And A Black And Brown Wash With A Blue Gray Glaze. Prints Are Accented By Off-white Linen Mats And Are Under Glass.
This is such a fun pattern! The simple color scheme and the ornate print would make for a fantastic headboard.
I could see this ornate black mirror from Lulu and Georgia as a medicine cabinet alternative in the bathroom. It would look especially stunning paired with a bold wall color or wallpaper.
What's not to love about gold and herringbone? This wallpaper would amp up the glam factor in any space.
A sophisticated ikat design with subtle touches of metallic silver and gold would be beautiful in a dining room or bathroom.