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This handmade quilt features colorful stitching and multiple elephants representing good fortune in India's folklore. Hindus believe the elephant to hold a special place in their country's mythology, and this blanket is the perfect way to honor a bit of that belief. Spread it over your bed or couch...
Exotic Indian Quilt
$155 Only 4 Left
This layer of bedding adds pure beauty. It has pretty pink colors for a little girl, and it's sophisticated enough that she will keep it for a lifetime.
Add a layer of frilly texture that's also contemporary with this white ribbon quilt. It's pure soft serene luxury. Just don't drink your coffee anywhere near it!
Monochromatic swirls and ruffles make this quilt feminine and romantic. Pair it with yellow accessories for a popular combination, or try raspberry pink and mirrored nightstands for a glamorous look.
A perfect way to add a little vintage lighting charm. I'd probably opt for Edison bulbs to up the vintage ante just a bit.
This pastel aqua bedding is so gorgeous. It looks like a giant cloud. What a perfect place to rest your head.
It's always good to have an extra blanket stashed for winter nights. I love the blue color in this one.
It's time to switch the lightweight linens out for some cushy covers. Cocoon yourself in this gorgeously eclectic quilted bedding.
Look closely and you'll see that these Soft-Maps are quilted maps of cities and neighborhoods around the world, including New York, Paris, London, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. They're perfect for the urban tot!
This Etsy seller will make a comfy Dr. Seuss quilt in whatever size you'd like. I love the bright colors and fun prints.
I first noticed the beautiful patterns of otomi a few years back when they swept the design blogosphere. However, it's a trend with staying power and shows no signs of going anywhere. Perhaps that's because they've been a tradition in Mexico for many many years, and their beauty and unique style...
When I saw this bedding I swooned, imagining waking up in a dreamy sea of blue. It has feminine texture without being too girly.
The floral pattern on this quilt looks at once traditional and eclectic, and could pair well with white, light blue, pink or any number of other colors to make for quite a cozy bed. I'd happily keep one at the foot of my bed to chase of a chill at night.
John Robshaw is the trademark for luxury bedding with a laid-back vibe. Quilts are super practical in guest bedrooms if nights get cold. Making the bed with them is a breeze.
I'm loving all of the indigo about lately. This quilt is so lovely and seems so cozy.Price ranges by size from $98 to $368.
I will be hosting some overnight guests, and this gorgeous blanket is sure to add extra cheer in the bedroom.
I would love to use this colorful quilt in a guest room. The blocked rectangles are so simple yet interesting.
This quilt set reminds me of textiles from Marrakesh: rich in color, full of detail and with a handmade quality.
Country style takes a twist when the quilt's pattern is in black on off-white. Add some sophisticated country style to your bedscape. It's especially cozy in winter months.
Borrego Black Quilt
These blankets include a waterproof backer and the straps to carry them everywhere, but I'm smitten with the bunnies. (It is also available with other animal prints!)
This unique coverlet was hand-embroidered in Mexico. Bring this fun and eclectic tradition to your bedscape and inspire good dreams.
This chandelier is the ultimate in vintage chic design. You will love the combination of antique bulbs and salvaged barn tin. The rustic mix of materials is perfect for any eclectic room in need of a strong focal point. Just imagine the instant warm glow that will fill your home.
Square Salvaged Barn Tin Chandy, Black Coffee
$485 Only 6 Left · More Colors
Press to impress! You’ll get juiced to use this attractive kitchen accent — it’s made of olive wood, a sustainable material known for durability and density.
Salvage style this ingenious belongs in your decor. Created by the Brazilian designer who goes only by R, it combines reclaimed planks with cast iron, claw-foot tub legs for a rugged yet fanciful accent piece sure to spark conversation in your favorite setting.
When your decor includes pieces made with repurposed materials, you do right by the planet as well as your home. This desk boasts a base of recycled iron and a thick slab of reclaimed hardwood for an effect that’s rustic yet dramatic.
V34 Desk, Small
$1,474.20 Only 5 Left · More Sizes
This wood-topped table is a versatile piece that you could use as both a stool for extra seating or tabletop for perching drinks. The combination of the smooth wood top and metal base lends it a modern-rustic air.
Wood Slab Top Occasional Table
$379 Only 5 Left
The sleek, industrial look of this cabinet is a great place to store your DVR, remote controls and all the other electronic equipment that doesn't belong on display. The upcycled materials found in factories and warehouses take on a new and sophisticated life when they are used in the home. It's...
Rockwell Media Cabinet
Take a break from your china with this four-piece set of versatile wooden bowls — for soup, cereal or snacks. The bonus: These teak pieces are crafted from excess material the logging industry leaves behind.
This zigzag pillow is kind of like an updated version of argyle, only way cooler. The color palette is more low-key, but the design complements it by being a little funky. This would be perfect for a media room or as an accent in a teenager's bedroom.
Truly a cut above, this tropical hardwood board is a must for your culinary artistry. And since it’s made from excess material the logging industry leaves behind, it’s also planet-friendly.
Teak Board with Light Edges, Small
$32 Only 5 Left · More Sizes
You’ll find plenty of uses for this pretty and practical two-piece teak set that includes one pear and one apple. The plus? Bowls are made from excess material the logging industry leaves behind.
Have you bin there, done that when it comes to staying organized? Then this unique, factory-inspired piece will punch your clock. There are 15 metal bins that slide out and hold your clothes, toys, craft items or extreme coupons — all in a time-worn red metal frame.
Rockwell 15 Drawer Chest
Kudos to you for going bamboo. This five-piece stainless-steel flatware set boasts handles made of the fastest-growing plant on the planet — which makes it an ecoconscious and attractive choice for your table.
You’re so shelf-involved — in a good way — by adding this distinctive piece. Not only does this storage-solution-on-wheels look great, but it’s made of reclaimed wood and recycled cast iron, so it’s as good for the planet as it is for your place.
V21 Shelving Unit, Reclaimed Wood
$3,515.40 Only 5 Left · More Colors
You want to dine deliciously — and responsibly. So why not decorate your space with refurbished material furniture? This delightfully distressed chair, made from salvaged iron, has a basic red or black finish sure to fit in with your eclectic decor.
Rockwell Bistro Dining Chair, Dark Red
$177.75 · More Colors
Go bold and modern with this geometric patterned wallpaper. The temporary peel-and-stick material makes it easy to play with different looks in your home without worrying about damaging the walls. When you're ready for a new look, simply peel off the paper and experiment with a fresh design.
Honeycomb Removable Wallpaper, Deep Blue
$98 · More Colors
For your casual dining setting, think seating with “upcycle” style. This chair, made of old iron found in defunct factories, has been transformed for a new-old look that’s as comfortable as it is quirky.
Rockwell Bistro Arm Chair, Dark Red
$213.75 · More Colors
This refurbished iron pub stool with its lovingly aged shabby patina has industrial chic written all over it. Sit a few at a reclaimed wooden bar with antique lightbulb pendants, or mix and match it with a few other stools around a pub table for that eclectic thrift market look.
Rockwell Bistro Barstool, Dark Red
$191.25 · More Colors
Invite drama to dinner with this 1960s Brutalism art–inspired chandelier. Brass-studded iron wings wrap around eight glass lights. Flying overhead, it brightens up your dining room with light, and next to your delicious chocolate mousse, becomes the talk of the town.
There’s much to admire about these olive wood utensils — durability and density, beautiful grain and texture, and the way the colors become richer with use. You’ll also appreciate how the trees are ecologically harvested, making olive wood a sustainable resource.
Your room will be abuzz with talk of this cute little stool. The sturdy base is made from a recycled cardboard tube covered in printed jute coffee bags for texture and interest. The top is padded for your feet or seat, but flip it over and it becomes a side table with storage -- and style.
$224 Only 5 Left
Ready for the fiesta? This little piece does quadruple duty as a footstool, seat, table and storage box — perfect for your next gathering. And the fabric, reminiscent of a Mexican blanket, is like a party of its own. The base is made from recycled cardboard storage tubes topped by ecofriendly OSB...
$224 Only 5 Left
Type lovers rejoice! This floor mat is for you. Greet each day with a charming mosaic of classic letterpress blocks that evoke a bygone era. The low profile and rubber backing make this mat perfect for placing in your entryway, and the machine-washable material makes daily use stress free!
Your Type of Wood Floor Mat, Small
$98 · More Sizes
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