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This rug, hand-knitted by artist Christien Meindertsma, looks like you snipped off a piece of the sleeping giant's sweater. Its oversized, thick, looping stitches and natural-colored Dutch sheep wool add a downright enormous dose of cozy to your home, making the floor the unsuspecting hero of the...
Aran Rug by Christien Meindertsma
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Bring delicacy to your decor with this woodland, cut-out paper curtain. Perfect for a patio party decoration, or to adorn your baby's window — the patterns made by shadows will inspire and delight you. Carefully crafted from a durable, tear-resistant paper, this curtain brings easy beauty through...
We've been really impressed by how far ceramic tile has come in creating authentic looking wood finishes. The consistency of tile with a wood look, great over radiant heat or in a warmer climate.
These folding doors have a great mid century modern feel to their design with a contemporary take. I like the idea of adding architectural interest and separation while letting light flow in.
Looking for handmade, lovely window treatments that won't break the bank? I found these lovely ones made of 100 percent linen on Etsy!
Dressing up a window with a pair of simple drapery panels can do wonders for a space! The pattern and color of this drapery panel will instantly draw your eye to the window and create a lovely focal point in any room.
Anything that does double-duty appeals to the multi-tasker in me, so these sliding doors are right up my alley. They're room dividers and works of art all in one!
Love the simple, subtle herringbone made of marble. I am considering this for my kitchen backsplash. A pattern — but not too busy!
I love pocket doors for their space-saving design, but these in particular are pretty great for other reasons too. Not only does the frosted glass let in light, the etched pattern adds interest.
I love the wide stripe of these drapery panels. They're a great way to add pattern without overpowering the room with a bold color.
Pattern is a great place to start when trying to pull a room together. It can add so much interest, especially when done right (i.e. in a neutral color). I love these panels from West Elm and think they are so versatile.
This door has sleek lines and a different door handle that would enhance the unique contemporary feel of a space. I like the horizontal metal details spaced down the door.
This oatmeal Roman shade is 97 percent linen and 3 percent cotton. It is available with a blackout liner to keep the bedroom dark. I have versions of this in cloth and natural wood on all the bedroom windows in my home.
Curtains, curtains and more curtains! I don't think I can stress enough how quickly and easily a set of curtains can change the entire look of a space, especially a dining room. I love these ikat panels from West Elm because their pattern is just enough to be interesting without being overpowering.
Have you ever thought about adding some color to your doors? How about a glass doorknob in a cool and refreshing hue?
Chrysanthemums anyone? What a fun, quirky take on a polka dot. These are fresh and fun, and add a great neutral pop to a space. I would love to see these in a dining room or living room.
A brother-sister design team dreamed up these vibrant colors and bold patterns to grace the bedroom, living room or dining room.
I love this door concept for contemporary, open spaces like lofts. It give you the opportunity to create separation but maintain the open feeling of a space.
The geometric pattern of square repeats for a clean, modern effect. It's a great way to carry modern design to your front door.
Curtains are a simple but powerful way to transform a room. This set of graphic ikat curtains will complete any room.
Green is one of my favorite neutrals. It is a nod to the outdoors and adds a touch of life to any space. You can add any other color to the green in your space. Wouldn't these be beautiful in a dining room or breakfast nook?
This door has a beautiful wood finish and contemporary design. Glass always lightens things up while adding architectural interest to a space.
Teramo Curtain Panels
Burlap is a great fabric that goes with all sorts of styles, from French flea market to contemporary, and these curtains will add the texture to your windows with aplomb.50" wide; available in four lengthsMade of kenaf.Hangs from the deep pole pocket for a casual, romantic look.Detailed with...
I see this curtain in all types of rooms, and its simple style always blends seamlessly with its surroundings. It's available in a range of colors and sizes too, to make sure the look is just right.Dimensions vary. Available in a range of sizes and colors. Price ranges from $54 to $74 per panel.
The beautiful ruffles on and calming color of these curtains help to soften the hard lines of bedroom windows.
I like the light feeling the glass panels give this door. It's a great way to create privacy while still allowing for an open feel.
It's hard to beat the modern simplicity of this door from Modernus, with a clean shape that's at once eye-catching and extremely versatile. I love the varied shade of wood shown but there are a ton of other options as well.
Have a lot of junk to store in your laundry room? Hang a standard spring rod and a pretty curtain in front of a storage area to make the space look more organized.
Its geometric pattern is bold, but the neutral colors of this carpeting help it stay subtle and refined. It's a perfect complement to any type of decor that wants to make a statement!
I love the wide band of goldenrod woven through these curtain panels. I daresay they would look smashing in any room.
I like these sliding doors from Modernus because they let in light while still providing privacy, thanks to the frosted glass panels. And you can customize the materials, including metal, lacquer and wood frame, to get the right door for your space.
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