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It’s a package deal. This parcel drop works out all the details for you. Not only do you get a handsome receptacle for your packages when you aren’t home, it also sets aside space for outbound shipments. It even has a vacation stopper for when you aren’t available to receive packages.
Transform your outdoor space into a tropical oasis with plenty of palm trees and hibiscus. Finish off the look by adding a row of these eye-catching oil torches.
Kill two birds with one stone with these outdoor illuminated planters. The milky white color is attractive enough for day, and the subtle glow is beautiful would light a garden path perfectly at night.
Pure Soft High Light
These clever little stepping stones actually provide their own light. It's a great way to provide the surface you need and the lighting that makes it practical at night. Perfect for edging front walks or create a pattern down your garden path for a cool effect.
Slate Step Lights
This is a great wreath for the front door. I love the idea of welcoming your guests with such a festive pop of color, and the monogram makes it so much more personal.
White burlap makes a beautiful winter wreath that can be used for years to come. It also adds a nice texture when mixed with other holiday decorations.
This wreath is full of sparkle and nontraditional colors. It would be perfect layered over a mirror in a girls' bedroom.
This wreath will add a fun and crafty look to your front door. It would also be a cute addition to a child's bedroom door.
Let the whole neighborhood know you're celebrating a birthday with this unique wreath on your front door. Or, surprise someone with an unexpected water fight.
This one is very special. The colors may not be traditional autumn colors, but the different kinds of eucalyptus, including the Purple Haze, give this a wonderful color combination that I love.
This wreath is gorgeous and a true "cornucopia of autumn botanicals." I love the richness and saturation.
Metallics are the trend of the moment, and this gold wreath is the perfect way to add holiday sparkle to your front door.
Add a little life and greenery to your front door with this spring boxwood wreath with burlap ribbon. It's clean, fresh and adds a bright pop of green.
Step outside the box with a star-shaped wreath. This one will carry a front door from fall through the holidays.
Coastal Evergreen Wreath
Authentic gourds and maple leaves add gorgeous texture to this pretty piece. It's such a kaleidoscope of fall color.
Adding bright, non-traditional Christmas colors to a traditional wreath adds a festive surprise to your front door.
This red pinecone wreath is a glamorous addition to autumn decor. The pinecones are finished in a high gloss, making them shine like rubies.
This wreath is a pretty alternative to poinsettias. It's made with dried hydrangea blooms that have been dyed red.
I am not into scary things for Halloween, so this lit spider web (and some furry rats) is as scary as it gets at my house!
A wreath collage is sure to be the envy of any neighborhood. The grouped wreaths add a whimsical touch to a fall tradition.
Paper never looked so pretty! This beauty is a modern take on the traditional wreath, as it's made with paper leaves and dried pomegranates.
This festive holiday decor from Restoration Hardware is my favorite and will definitely be hanging on my front door. Add a red bow or a string of lights, and voilà: You have a rustic decoration!
The mix of metal and pebbles gives this tea light a modern and organic at the same time. I love the combination and how it feels soft and edgy at the same time. They would be great on a table or placed around the edges of a patio to transition into the garden.
Pebblecube Tea Light Holder
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