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Central Park is definitely my favorite place in New York. Especially during the fall. I love to retire from the city, to walk alleys surrounded by magnificent trees.To find a quite place, where I can sit and read my book. This original sepia photograph is in black museum quality wooden frame,...
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Decorative Wall Decor Finished In Heavily Antiqued, Aged Ivory With Natural Wood Undertones And Rust Accents.
Cancellara Wooden Wall Art
Timber Wooden Round Mirror
Our Dalton Mirror is finished in a light natural wood stain and has natural iron accents around perimeter of frame.
Dalton Wooden Round Mirror
These log bowls are both versatile and beautiful. I would use them as candle holders, as paper clip organizers, for floral arrangements (as shown) or as a key holder so that I wouldn't have to look around for them before I leave the house. The options are limitless, really.
Ferm Living Stem Vases
Any one of these charming wooden dolls by Alexander Girard would be a wonderful way to add color to a collection, whether perched on a book or two or displayed with pottery.
These wooden wall panels are printed with beautifully rendered birds and blooms in luscious, rich colors. The panels can be leaned against a wall or hung.
This is a fun take on the trend for typography letters. You choose the letters (or words) and the maps you'd like on them.
These rustic, wooden candle holders are like old barrel miniatures. They would be perfect for a cottage-style atmosphere.
Wooden Candle Blocks
This box of snowflakes makes me happy. I love how they add a natural element to the tree decor. I'd even hang them from my chandelier to add some Christmas cheer to the kitchen.
This petite mushroom sculpture from Jayson Home would add a welcome organic touch to a shelf display or tablescape. I would put it atop a stack of nature photography books on my coffee table.
I resolve to wake up a few minutes earlier so that I'm not rushing out of the house in the morning. A design-savvy clock should help do the trick.
Finally, I've found a place to adequately show off all my wooden spoons. And it hangs on the wall, which means more counter space.
These wooden seahorse plaques are beautiful and fun. They would make excellent decor for above a bed.
Ingrid Shwaiko's handmade wooden snowflakes are almost as delicate and original as the real thing. They'd be the perfect touch for a Scandinavian tree.
It's true that kids can be rough on decor, but that doesn't mean you must go without pretty things, like fresh flowers on the table. These little hand-painted wooden vases from Etsy shop Shade on Shape are adorable and so durable that you could put a few on the kids' table.
Who couldn't use a larger-than-life wooden horse on a wall in their home? It could point you in the right direction or add some much needed character to a space.
Sometimes the typical Christmas tree is just too much mess. Take a note from the Danish and consider this sculptural birch number. It will let your favorite ornaments stand out.
This is an authentic reproduction of a George Nelson Sunburst wall clock. Inspired by the 1950s midcentury modern design movement, it embodies classic style.
Tall Wooden Vases
Add depth to a small space or drama to a drab place with these wood-framed mirrors. I would mix them in with a gallery grouping, or feature them in a stairwell. Each one looks great on its own, but I would group a bunch for more punch.
So simple in design and elegant in aesthetic, this bud vase lets the natural grain of the wood shine through.
Beautifully distressed changing screens provide privacy, and they would work perfectly in a luxurious tent or right in your own home.
Sometimes I like to tie an ornament in with the ribbon around a gift. It looks festive and fun, and the recipient can then use the decorative touch on their own tree!
I would be happy if this attractive radio graced my shelves as a display piece, but to know it is functional makes it even more awesome. Can't you imagine this on your bookshelf?
I love the modern yet natural feel of these wooden antler candleholders. They'd be perfect styled on a mantel or console table.
There is no shortage of products in the fishy theme, and I think this rustic mirror would look great in a foyer.
A wooden popsicle. This is what I love about decorating — I don't even need a reason to buy a gem like this.
Finding gifts for techy guys can be tough, but I know my husband would find beauty in this mini wooden speaker. At least, I know I do.
This set of hand-painted vintage wooden shutters will add cottage-style charm to your mantel. They've been painted white and layered with a wash of gray chalk-style paint to add timeworn charm.
This gorgeous scalloped full-length mirror is a natural choice for the bedroom, though it would be equally welcome leaning against the wall in a living room.
Carved Gray Wooden Mirror
I think I'm a sucker for a carved wood pig ever since I made a wooden pig carving board in seventh grade shop class. These bookends are a much trickier project and the result is much more charming!
This rustic Etsy find can be crafted to your individual specs if the size and shape pictured aren't quite right. I love how the glass Mason jars complement the roughly worn wood, and I'd imagine it would make a lovely impromptu centerpiece too.
Who wants a plain old picture when you can have one in 3-D? This elephant is handmade and available in a huge variety of colors.
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