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This chair is there when you want to see it, gone when you don't. That is to say, the transparent quality allows it to take up less visual space than a solid chair would.
Not all aspects of high school should be wiped from your memory forever! Take lockers, for example. They were kinda cool, and still are today. Done in bright red, this sideboard is a particularly fun and modern take on the old-school storage element.
Sustainable in more ways than one, this sideboard has an old world look. Use it as a buffet in the dining room, as a work surface in the kitchen, or stash your printers and supplies you need for your home office inside. It does have cutouts for cord management, so it's also great for holding the...
A perfect place to put your keys and incoming mail, all the while keeping things organized and chic — that's my kind of simple decorating.
These trays are so unique and sleek; I think they'd make a perfect, unusual gift. I'm picturing one on my kitchen counter to corral all those random items scattered messily about. Even better, you can package the tray loaded with more goodies, such as pasta, sauce and wine.
These beautiful bowls resemble shells. they can be turned upside down for their white texture and shape, then flipped over to reveal the shiny glazed color inside. I've had the pleasure of meeting this artist and am currently obsessed with collecting her work. This is an inexpensive way to start...
Mini colorful latte bowls are great for keeping your ingredients measured and organized while you cook.
Bring a bit of potting shed style indoors with this farmhouse console table. It's proportions allow it to work as a sofa table, a console table, a dining buffet and even as a credenza in an office. Its Shabby Chic-ness will bring some country style to the city.
Long trays are perfect in the bedroom, entryway or bathroom to corral items such as keys, mail, jewelry or little odds and ends. This tray organizes in style; it looks like a painting.
A smaller geometric pattern like this is great for pillows and small upholstery pieces, like a bench or seat cushion.
Keep your morning coffee routine organized with this java set — a little white creamer and sugar bowl. Even if you drink your coffee black, it is nice to offer up the option for your guests.
Made from the seasoned teak planks of old boats, this console table brings big vintage modern style to any room. Use it in a foyer, as a sofa table, or as a buffet in the dining room.
Trays are a chic way to corral bits and bobs on a coffee table and make it all look intentional and organized. This silver, mock croc one is a personal favorite.
With the allusions to mid century movement, the lines of this piece are clean and minimally modern. While this piece is aesthetically pared down, the appearance is anything but utilitarian.
I love the way the geometry of this Peter Dunham print palys with my eyes. It's perfect for a Hollywood Regency room, a Dorothy Draper-esque Palm Beach room, an exotic room, or as and accent in a contemporary room.
These kits of organically-grown bamboo dinnerware will serve picnicking groups of 16 or 50 and come stocked with just about everything you'll need. The best part is everything is compostable, making for quick and easy cleanup!
Trays seem to make an otherwise-messy coffee table look neat, organized and, dare I say, stylish. This woven tray is a natural way to show off your knickknacks.
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.
Industrial doesn't have to read "cold" — add in a few wood tones here and there and your traditional industrial space warms up! Great for a dining room in a set or as an occasional chair in the office.
Stay organized. A pretty tray is the perfect landing zone for your keys, wallet and loose change when you first walk in the door.
Forget everything you know about wooden spoons. These organically shaped serving spoons from ABC are so beautiful that they could be used as display pieces instead of functional ones.
This versatile chair comes in a range of color options, and its simple shape can work in a number of different roles around the house. I'd use a few around the dining table, or perhaps in a work area or home office.
This well-made sideboard with a distressed oak finish comes at a great price point. Use it as storage for linens, serveware and glasses.
Lucite trays are not only chic, but extremely functional. They keep items organized and visible. This metallic arrow print tray by Pencil Shavings Studio is one of my favorites.
Getting organized is always a goal of mine at this time of year, and trays seem to be the easiest way for me to stay on track. I’d like to have one like this in my entryway to collect mail, keys, etc.
A long-time favorite of our team, Glassybaby designs not only beautiful glass tea light holders, but also donates 10 percent of each sale to organizations dedicated to healing. To date, they have donated more than $1.4 million — and that is something to celebrate! Perfect for that always-thoughtful...
How apropos to serve a bushel of fresh berries in this adorable ceramic farmer's market basket. Modeled to look like the traditional cardboard blueberry pints, there's finally a way to sustain that farm fresh produce look over time.
Charming! Birds have been a popular motif in textiles for centuries, and Galbraith & Paul does it so well here. I love the feminine, Asian-inspired look of this print.
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