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Two reclaimed solid Chestnut floating shelves. Made from antique barn rafters. Mellow golden and complex dark reds, browns, and blacks blend together for subtle color variation. Add charm and warmth to any decor. They work great in the kitchen, bathroom or anywhere beautiful shelving is needed....
The mixed media used in this kitchen island make it stand apart from a sea of marble and granite. Detailed carvings and bold hardware have been added by master craftsmen to give the piece a grand look evoking a sense of history and meaningful character. It's sure to be the center of your hearth and...
Large Kitchen Island
I love Anthropologie for many reasons, one is their constantly changing inventory of knobs and hooks. I have great luck finding super cool hooks like these on a regular basis.
This towel is on the complete opposite end of the spectrum from the white cotton towels I usually use, and yet I'm enchanted by it. If you can't afford a quality antique rug, this might be the next best thing!Dimensions: 56"L x 30"W. Made of cotton. Machine washable.
One thing you really can't have enough of in a kitchen, in our opinion, is fun dish towels, one of the necessities that also change the feel of a kitchen instantly. This set is really fun.
Houzz Contributor and creator of Design in a Bag Rebekah Zaveloff likes to think outside the kitchen for these exotic block print towels "Tea Towels – that’s what my husband’s family is famous for. We have a huge collection!" These are perfect to leave out as hand towels for a pop of print and...
This dishtowel is inexpensive and doubly useful, since it displays conversions often needed while baking. Handy!
If George Orwell taught me anything, it's that those barnyard animals are smarter than they let on. Seems whoever made these dish towels — which feature quips made by talking livestock — feels the same way.
Great set of dish towels, you can never really have too many and they really change the way the kitchen feels each time you change them, which I love, and I love having a bit of black and white in every room.
This is such a sweet little tea towel. I imagine having a garden party and giving these away as gifts.
Add some funky and fun flavor to your kitchen without committing too much of your time and money. Although this dishtowel is more on the feminine side, it definitely lends itself to a bright and cheerful kitchen.
Inspired by vintage milk packaging and midcentury Finnish design, this charming hand-screened tea towel by illustrator Maria Tolvanen (in collaboration with Mjölk and Finnish company Kauniste) would perk up the gloomiest of kitchens.
Little antique dishes are my favorite storage pieces. I have a collection of five on my dresser that holds all my jewelry.
Drying the dishes would actually be a pleasure with this pretty hand-printed organic linen tea towel. Those fun little folk birds in cherry red would also make a great housewarming or hostess gift.
I have a bit of a thing for fairytale-esque seascapes. This tea towel is gorgeous and probably too lovely to wipe dishes with.
Everything Donna Wilson designs is beautiful. Animals seem to be a recurring theme in her work, and I love that she does that. Use this squirrel's tail to dry your dishes.
Use My Tail Squirrel Tea Towel
Drying the dishes just got eerily entertaining with this skull print tea towel from Counter Couture Design.
These salvaged kitchen shelves add a rustic and industrial touch to any space. I'm thinking Lowell textile mills meets Andy Warhol's Factory. They're a bit on the pricey side, but it's fun to sit back and romanticize about where the shelves originated.
My mother always had vintage boxes and crates around for planting in the summers. We could pick them up in droves at auctions all over New England. They look great and bring a very individualistic tone to annual flower planting. Have fun.
I am always on the lookout for cute tea towels, you can never have enough and they instantly change the feel in a kitchen with a simple change.
Vintage Ski Coat Rack
It's hard for me to get too excited about a dishwasher, but this retro-inspired number from Big Chill has me all sorts of giddy. It comes in eight colors, and despite the vintage look, includes the amenities of a modern unit.
Vintage plates and sherbert dishes are used to construct these whimsical pedestals. Limited edition; each one is unique.
This beautiful Janssons Frestelse Swedish ceramic dish designed by Anita Nylund would look as lovely hanging on your wall as art as it would serving hors d'oeuvres at a party.
The Montreal Canadiens are an institution, whether you're from Quebec or not. This tea towel, adorned with a vintage Canadiens illustration, is the ideal gift for any hockey-loving cook.
We take dish towels and tea towels very seriously in our household. I have quite the collection going and I recommend to other to do the same. When they're this cute, you can use them as napkins for casual meals.
This is a fun set of hook that uses clever materials. I think it would look great in a mud room or potting shed.
The bright colors and patterns on these towels would look great in a neutral colored kitchen. It brings a shock of color to any kitchen, really. From my standpoint, I'm tired of having white towels that fade and stain and never look good after the first use. The patterns on these should be...
There is no underestimating a trusty dishtowel. These linen towels have E.A.T stamped on them, making them an adorable addition to any home kitchen. I love that the photo uses them as a cloth napkin option.
Towel OffThrow some whimsy into your everyday life with the Dry Cleaner Dish Towels, Set of 2, from Bob's Your Uncle. These chic dish towels are made from soft, absorbent cotton so you can easily dry your dishes and glasses. Each features a photo of a vintage dry cleaner sign for eclectic-chic...
Own a classic piece of American history thanks to OldTimePickers on Etsy. This vintage Sealtest milk crate not only has a fascinating story, but it's incredibly useful as a unique (and incredibly durable!) storage bin.
If it weren't for the fact that these vintage storage bowls are brand spankin' new, I'm pretty sure the first assumption would be that you snatched them from your mom's — or grandmom's — kitchen.
Get a little extra storage out of this vintage modern wire basket. Whether you fill it with magazines or roll up extra towels in it, it will add big style to your room.Made of steel with a carved wooden handle.17.5" long x 10" wide x 13.5" high
Wire Market Basket
If you're looking for something with an industrial edge, this coat rack made with clamps and reclaimed wood would be perfect.
I think reading a good book is the best way to spend a winter afternoon, and this is one of the best book displays I have seen.
The great thing about these Koziol hooks is that you can replace them without leaving holes or sticky residue on a surface. I mounted this one on the side of my fridge and use it to hold some of my vintage potholders.
Add some mad science style to any space with this industrial cabinet. It will serve you well in the bathroom, as a nightstand, or the kitchen.Raw steel1 Drawer stores cosmetics and other bathroom essentials; a bottom shelf holds towels and more.Sturdy wheels for easy portability; front wheels lock...