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I love the clever country style of this chair; it uses a pitchfork for the back and ax handles for the legs.
This wipe and dry placemat not only takes on spills, but dry-erase markers for coloring in as well. Simply give it a swipe at the end of the meal and you're good to go again and again.
Use this Kate Spade vase in kelly green with the hot pink one for a preppy chinoiserie table centerpiece. What a way to dress up white china and linens!
Give your guests a little surprise when they lift their glasses. These bright cocktail rings will take your coffee table from drab to fab.
I love the natural and organic feel of this Naples Bowl. It's the perfect tabletop accessory for any neutral space.
The lines and sweeping curves on these tumblers evoke the architectural details in the theaters of the 1920s.
These charming shacks are geometric, colorful and happy. I'm imagining them on a roman shade or a throw pillow, perhaps as a chair cushion? I can't decide, I just know I want to use it somewhere.
New to the menagerie of chic animals by Jonathan Adler, this white glazed elephant bowl would be fabulous on a coffee table or perfect in your entryway for keys or clutter. So darling.
These textured hurricanes would look fantastic on a large cocktail table or on a dining table for ambiance.
This gorgeous set of palm plates is very appropriate for salads, but their beautiful handpainted designs seem like they are calling out to be hung on the wall.
If you're planning to host a dinner around the holidays, these swanky settings resemble the motifs in jewelry of the 1920s.
This fabric is bold, bright, very positive and so right for today! Maybe it's the scale that I like so much, or maybe that it's busy but not overwhelming.
This is a statement piece if there ever was one! I love its size and complexity (even though I don't love the price tag). It would be gorgeous with or without blooms in it. It has so much visual interest, which is never a bad thing in my book.
Tall Barnacle Vase
Add a splash of the sea with these textural and translucent sea glass–inspired glasses. Each piece is mouth-blown by master glass blowers.
Soft, watery colors make these plates easy for everyday use. They would make a fun statement hung on a dining room wall and grouped with other patterned plates.
A set of free-formed vases, unique pieces to complete a statement of design with some large head, full colour flowers, these are some special pieces hand designed and inspired by a local Shanghainese artist.
This beaded blue and white pattern is a wonderful way to go a bit coastal with your design without doing that whole "shell-a-palooza" thing all over the place.
In a perfect world everything would be inlaid with turquoise. Could your summer salad get any more glam? I don't think so.
One of the most popular and iconic Marimekko patterns of all time, KIVET was designed by Maija Isola back during the mid-century wave of modernism. Now you can find it everywhere (if you know where to look) from butterfly chairs to potholders, duvet covers to skirts. Personally, I have several...
This linen-cotton blend (comes in three different weights) is young at heart! Try it as some kitchen curtains, or add a fringe and make throw pillows for the banquette.
This table was inspired by an ocean liner and is made of traditional materials, yet its simple curved lines make it modern.
Brook Street Dining Table
Designed by Katsuji Wakisaka for Marimekko, this is my favorite kids fabric of all time. The silhouettes of the cars and the bright mix of primary and secondary colors is such a charming combination that I might have to give birth just for an excuse to use it in my house.
I had to do a double take when I noticed how the stylist at Arhaus Furniture had arranged these handcrafted ceramic magnolia plates on the wall. They make striking accents on the horizontal tablescape or hanging vertically!
For a rustic touch, serve the salad (or dessert) on these plates at your next dinner party. They're perfectly masculine yet still whimsical.
Sneak a sense of humor into your appetizer plates with the Oliver Peppermint Stick plate from CB2. It will keep everyone smiling well after the snacks are gone.
This melamine dish set is reminiscent of traditional hand-painted Provencal earthenware. You can't go wrong with turquoise and greens, or bold patterns in the summertime.
Using vintage and collectible plates with deco-inspired designs like these for snacks and treats will add interest to your party settings.
A fresh lemonade served in one of these amazing enamel cups is the best excuse for a 10-minute break!
These cork coasters are fun because they come in patterns that throw back to old wallpaper styles. I love how the variety of designs all sort of seem to tie together.
John Derian is known for his decoupage work, and this fine whale tray is one example of that. It's is a work of art, and it can be displayed as art or just put to use as a tray. Either way, it would be a beautiful addition to any home.
Cute appetizer-sized portions could fit on these plates. I'm imagining a single bruschetta or a piece of tempura — something easy to hold and easy to eat.
Spot Vessel by Stampel
This beautiful and colorful fabric was inspired by traditional rag rugs made from fabric scraps, but looks like rows of brightly colored beaded necklaces. The color palette is fresh and a bit preppy, perfect for adding a rainbow of bright color to any room in your home.
This Sunbrella fabric will bring high design to your deck chairs. The indigo blue (rather than black) is more unexpected and luxe looking.
This simple two-tiered cake stand was created by Ken Eardley, a designer with a background in textile design, hence the beautiful graphic motif that makes it absolutely unique.
I adore the delicate fern frond design on these letterpress coasters from Red Bird Ink. They are almost too lovely to spoil by setting a glass on top.
Get the ambience just right by lighting plenty of candles, no matter the time of day. I'm loving these little house-shaped wood and copper candleholders. Place a few on your mantel or buffet for a cozy vibe.
Cute and colorful with an appealing woodgrain pattern, this melamine coaster set from Thomas Paul was inspired by Portland, one of the greenest cities in the United States.
Are your kids into numbers? My kids are! This would be perfect for helping them set the table and learning the number of people who are eating.
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