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I am dying for this light blue vase accented with a huge porcelain coral chrysanthemum! It would be beautiful on a coffee table or bookshelf.
These little tumblers are made for the bathroom, but I think the great stripes would work just about anywhere. Why not use them as a cute set of vases for your dining table? It would be a fun way to introduce pattern into your dining room.
If you have a KitchenAid stand mixer, then you're so close to making ice cream. You just need one of these!
Designed by Maarten Baas in 2006, this is by far one of the strangest chairs I've ever seen. And I mean that as a compliment! It looks like a more traditional chair just melted. It's a available in several colors, but who could resist orange?
The Wishbone Chair is a classic mic-century Danish Modern classic designed by chair master Hans Wegner in 1949. It's a versatile dining chair that works with a variety of table styles.
This porcelain Filigree Urn is crafted of fine porcelain ceramic, with the classic form of a ginger jar. The surface of the urn is hand-carved in an intricate cutout pattern, topped with a refreshing aquamarine glaze.
Aquamarine Filigree Urn
These charming glass lanterns hold tea lights and would look so sweet at a wedding. I'd like a couple jelly jar lanterns in my bathroom, since they're just the perfect size.
X marks the spot! I love the double Xes and wonder if they are there to remind me of hayloft doors or stand for the numeral 20? Who cares, this cabinet will bring the big shine and reflect the light no matter which room you use it in. I'm thinking of a pair for nightstands.
I love these faux candles that use LED lights. They take all the stress away while still creating really pretty soft light. These would add a sparkly touch to a nightstand or bathroom.
At first glance you might think these mercury glass candleholders are strictly for the dining room, but they can add some deco style and relaxing light to a long soak in the tub.
Exclusive to Z Gallerie, our cleverly designed Vision vases will require a double take to decipher the secret of their practicality. The reality is two parallel plates of glass, edged in a chic wide band of mirrored Silver, that are joined by a V-shaped well that holds the water and flowers. Clean,...
Modeled after the most popular caf chair in Europe, our versatile X-back dining chair comes in natural, antique black, and antique white. Frame is solid wood with antique metal accents.
Union Square Chair, Black
$170 · Only 6 Left
Enjoy the classic styling of this iconic Eames plywood chair around your dining table. This stunning chair comes with wood legs, and is modeled after the famous Plywood Lounge Chair that was voted "Time" magazine's "Best Design of the 20th Century." This updated version is perfectly angled for...
Eames Plywood Dining Chair, Wood Legs
$679 · Only 1 Left
Bear in mind that when you have guests over, they talk about their experience after they leave. Well, why not give them something good to talk about? This whimsical, decorated bear plate is modeled after one of the very first zoos of all time — The Menageries of Versailles. Display your treats as...
Menagerie Collection Plates
$59 · Only 2 Left
Diamond Grisaille painted French Provence Chest, 1900
$4,582 · Only 9 Left
This hand made solid cabinet model stores your wine in proper cellaring temperature. Solid craftsmanship is the hallmark of the Roma Wine Cabinet. Built with a solid door, it takes it's cues from the staved wine barrels of yesteryear.
Villa Series 440 Bottle Roma Wine Cabinet
$4,595 · Only 9 Left
Audley dining chair features painted stainless steel frame with matching lacquer finish. Fixed position model.
Audley Dining Chair
$475 · Only 1 Left
These beautiful Moroccan-inspired ceramic trays will add a bit of personality to a bathroom counter or dressertop. Consider it for corralling baubles, bubble bath, or perhaps a group of candles.
One of my favorite granny-chic patterns right now is Tree of Life by Schumacher. I would love to cover a pair of wingback chairs with it and throw on a couple of chevron print pillows.
If there's any place in your home where you're going to get a little wet, it's the bathroom. So why not adorn it with the appropriate theme? This umbrella tray sets the mood and can be used any way you see fit. And who's to say it needs to be a bathroom tray only? It goes where you want it.
$10 · Only 5 Left
This ikat is woven with beautiful shades of pool blue, taupe and chartreuse accents all on a soft ivory background. It's one of the prettiest ikats I've seen in some time, and it's even more beautiful in person.
Maisons du Monde's Edison line of furniture captures the industrial trend that's so popular now pitch-perfectly. This little buffet adds a dose of the style to the kitchen, but I'd also love to see it holding towels and other accessories in the bathroom.
A chair in the bathroom is the easiest way to create a resting spot for toiletries and bathrobes of guests. It's also a nice location to drape your towel and clothes when bathing. I love the structure of this beautiful rush chair.
This lovely sideboard is not just restricted to the dining room. It's mirrored doors with traditional fretwork allow it to fit right into an elegant living room, bedroom, bathroom or entryway.
This marble-topped console is meant for dining rooms, but I think it's so versatile I actually designed a bathroom around it once (it has plenty of space for storing cosmetics as well as the perfect shelves for towels.
Understated yet fun, the color combo of charcoal and wasabi would stretch me beyond my comfort zone and force me to add a raspberry or turquoise accent here and there for a little somethin' somethin' extra!
Vibrant and warm, this unique ikat balances the perfect amount of masculinity and femininity. In fact, I just ordered a swatch — it's that perfect.
This is the big brother to the little French bistro table. I adore its details, and its rustic finish. I imagine it set right inside the kitchen for additional counter space for baking and cooking. I think it would be even more charming with a few mismatched chairs.
French Kitchen Table
While I'm a fan of lanterns of all sizes and shapes, these are especially attractive due to the subtle difference in form and details. It lets people know that you care about the little things too.
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