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Ooh, I bet a collection of these perforated hurricanes would emit the most lovely glow around a room. I'd like one in every size.
The simple design of this antique reproduction, Louis XVI Sideboard, is classic and beautiful as it harkens back to another time, another era. Abundant storage means lots of room for storing china, serving pieces, linens, napkin rings and all the other treasures needed for dining or entertaining.
Louis XVI Sideboard
These are pretty indoor or outdoor centerpieces. Fill them with plants, fruit, flowers, shells or candles.
Gold, gold, gold, gold and gold. I'd like to move these to the number one spot on my tablescape wish list.
The color of these tealight holders is perfect! I would love the entire collection. It also reminds me of my birthstone, emerald.
Seat a large gathering with this beautiful dining table that expands from 56" Dia. to 76"L. The base is elegantly carved in a shape that reminds you of the classic symbol of welcome, a pineapple. Matching chairs are available.Handcrafted in birch solids with walnut inlays.Size: Dining table comes...
"Marie" Dining Table
Have an entry or hall that needs a table but most are just too wide. Check out the Ananda Serving table. Only 12" deep, it's perfect for a hall, entry or dining room that is too small to support a large serving or accent table. The Asian influence in the style of this table adds another...
This handsome Shaker console table is extremely versatile - keep it in the front hall with twin lamps on either end and a mirror over it, back it up behind the sofa, or perhaps use it as a buffet in the dining room. The two drawers are worth their weight in gold - car keys, remotes, coupons,...
I love imagining this vintage Tolix stool paired with a modern parson's desk and a cool table lamp. The clean lines of the desk would magnify the antique nature of this special stool. I have such a soft spot in my heart for anything Tolix that I actually have a board on Pinterest dedicated to them.
Hurricane lamps make such a statement and really remind me of the ocean. Line the bottoms with sand or sea glass and place them on your countertops.
When we're accessorizing, we love to start with the pieces that have a little height to them. If a lamp won't do, this lantern can still add light. We'd use it on a screened porch for nighttime ambience.
I am not sure anyone else in this world can do paisley like Peter Dunham. This beautiful and exotic fabric would make gorgeous window treatments or duvet covers. This print is available in a range of scrumptious colors, but peacock is my favorite.
This Grande Hurricane would be stunning as a centerpiece in any table setting. It would also be beautiful on a coffee/cocktail table glowing with candlelight in the evening.
Fill these hurricane lamps with sand or sea glass. They look beautiful and provide natural light too.
Lanterns are one of the most versatile decor pieces you can buy. They look good both indoors and out, and they can be used all year long. I like that these lanterns from Pottery Barn have room for a few decorations to fit inside as well.
I love the shape of these lanterns. Group some of varying heights together for an amazing look on the patio.
This coffee table is functional and stylish. Decorating the home takes time, but incorporating elements that reveal a glimpse into your personality turns your home into a true sanctuary.
Fifi B. Laughlin, an artist in New Orleans, creates handblown vases and lamps. This is a collection of her small and medium vases.
Sometimes you just need to escape to a happy place. What better way is there to do so than to light up this divine-smelling Figuier candle by Diptyque? The glass is tinted in a banker's-lamp green and will blend right in.
The intricate filigree pattern on these orb lanterns creates a cool effect with the glowing light. They can work indoors or out, but my pick would be on a covered porch.
I saw this chair on Houzz and simply flipped out - it's such a great clever mix of sleek chrome and rustic cowhide. The chair also comes in a variety of plain colors in leather, but the cowhide version is the most striking - no two cowhide chairs are exactly alike.
A beautiful, classically inspired design statement, the hand-cast brass dining table base is an expression of refined simplicity. The naturalistic texture of the brass frame is visible through the glass top. For larger spaces, two bases together support a racetrack oval glass top. Pricing displayed...
Create an elegant tablescape with this set of globe hurricane candle holders. Their design is simple, yet sophisticated, perfect for the dining room table or a more casual setting.
I love the intricate pattern on this hurricane, and I would love to have it lit up while getting cozy under a blanket.
A pair of these red pagoda lanterns would be stunning on the dining room table or sideboard. Use battery-operated pillar candles for a safe and mess-free alternative to real candles.
This particular lantern is just beautiful and is in one of my favorite, open-top shapes. The geometric diamond pattern adds a modern touch to a beautiful design.
These lanterns are so versatile and can be used all year-round to add a flickering, cozy ambience to any dark space in your home. Group a few on your mantel and transfer them to the dining table when dinner is ready for a little added sparkle.
Les Indiennes is one of my ultimate favorite fabric sources for delicate boho-chic paisleys in soft colors. Use their fabric for drapes, pillows or even lampshades.
With the large size clocking in at 16 inches tall, these galvanized hurricanes would provide height and interest to a dining or console table without breaking the bank.
For a touch of the exotic, this Scheherazade Lantern from Anthropologie will certainly do the trick.
I love this spooky Black House lantern by Pottery Barn. I would take it out this month and use it as a Halloween prop.
Ooh la, la. J'adore! I would love to use this tour d'Eiffel — punctuated with a darling heart, of course — to add love and light and je ne sais quoi to my living room.
Because I have a round dining table, I've learned that 120-inch diameter table skirts are hard to find. I love the color of this blue burlap one. It would be beautiful for a winter table setting, or it could be left on year-round.
The tapered shape of this lantern makes it unique. It has a heavy jar that both looks great and projects the light. It's great for setting the scene for an outdoor dinner party.
This picture frame doubles as a fold out table, or vice versa, depending on which item you need more.
Don't settle for any old contemporary dining set - the Parisian 7 Piece Rectangular Mirrored Dining Table Set just might outdo them all. Inspired by oh-so-chic contemporary French design, this dining set is made of quality veneers over wood products. Every surface on the rectangular table is...
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