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Inspired by the traditional Dala horse design, this lovely and colorful set of glasses features a hand-drawn and screen-printed design that is durable and dishwasher safe.
The art of mosaic in Morocco is called "Zillij," and this is as about as perfect as it gets. Authentic and gorgeous. This can be used in a kitchen or bathroom, and depending on whether you want an exotic feel, skip the border and just do the mosaic.
Avril Loreti is one of my favorite textile designers, and I think this new Latticework tea towel is absolutely stunning. It's so gorgeous that I'd probably hang it on a wall instead of using it to dry dishes.
This gorgeous and tailored bar stool reminds me of a tuxedo - classic and timeless. I could see this bar stool working in a classic white kitchen or a modern dark wood kitchen.
Here is a tea towel that is almost too pretty to use in the kitchen. I think I would frame it and hang it as art.
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 lovely acrylic stool would set off many an elegant room. Contemporary and rich looking, it belongs in a high-end room where champagne and caviar are served regularly. I have always been a big fan of acrylic furniture, and when it is executed in such a beautiful way, it is truly wonderful to...
Make your dining room stand out with this unique iron dining table. Its gentle curves and rivet details make this a true industrial standout.
A gorgeous butcher block is a piece that can be passed down through generations. I wish that I still had my grandmother's block with the smooth, sloped center from years of use. Start a (beautiful) new tradition in your family with a piece of furniture like this beauty.
It's always handy to have a big work surface in the lab, and this lovely folding table from Modern 50 will definitely give you plenty of room for all of the reports, test tubes and other paraphernalia that you'll need to get cracking on those experiments.
With so many to pick from, it's impossible to choose a favorite of Fornasetti's iconic ladies. With that in mind, why not choose a few to decorate the wall, because I know that good design enjoys company.
Whenever we do an ideabook on farmhouse tables here on Houzz, they are wildly popular. Perhaps it's because something about them just screams "People Will Gather Here!" They are just so warm and inviting, and they go with practically every kind of dining chair, from Windors to Emeco Navy Chairs.
Using vintage and collectible plates with deco-inspired designs like these for snacks and treats will add interest to your party settings.
The use of laced rawhide and rattan gives this bar/counter stool its casual elegance. The design features a low backrest woven in laced rawhide to reveal a large curved rattan top rail beneath. The design includes an upholstered seat, gently flared legs and a rattan foot rail with protective,...
You may not normally choose dishes this bold for dinner, but outdoor dining should be fun, right? I say, bring on the paisley dinnerware!
Ferm Living is one of my favorite Scandinavian companies, and this darling tea towel surely does not disappoint. With it's folksy design and whimsical motif it would look equally great folded over your oven handle or hanging on your kitchen wall.
Multifunctional storage pieces like the Raskog cart from Ikea (a steal at $50!) can be so versatile in a kids’ bedroom. I could see this used as a nightstand or as storage next to a desk, or it can be on the move too.
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.
So easy to use...just pre-cool this wine chiller in the refrigerator and you're all set when the doorbell rings and your guests begin arriving. This chiller is made of rustic tumbled Botticino marble tiles and is finished with beautiful Italian art. You can even have it personalized with your...
This kitchen island is a budget-friendly solution that is easy to move around. You can take it from your kitchen to the butler’s pantry, or even use it outside on the patio at your next barbecue.
Bamboo Kitchen Island
This one is for the tattoo lovers. And for those who love tattoo art, but would rather have it decorating their plates than their bodies.
How about a little bling at the holiday table? We are crushing on gold right now, and this pie plate is perfect for the more modern table.
Gold Pie Dish
If you feel like splurging, these beautiful chopping boards will act like pieces of art around your kitchen.
These primary colored stools just makes anyone happy, especially the one so lucky to sit on one! Available in three colors, yellow, red, and blue, these would make the perfect accent piece to a bar space.
This bar seat is a go-to for us for its great looks, comfort and ability to be used at islands in tighter kitchens or pushed under counters when not in use.
I'm most likely not going to clean the bathroom in this lovely crisscross apron from Fog Linen, but it seems perfect for doing the dishes.
Designer Sanna Annukka's pretty Raanu dishcloth set for Marimekko is a great way to brighten up a dull kitchen.
A stunning bar/counter stool featuring McGuire's patented Rattan Target™ Design. The Rattan Target™ can be customized with a contrasting finish on inner, outer or both rings. The bar stool features a protective brass-covered foot rail and upholstered seat.
This rich, dark oak dining table has a strong presence. A circular table helps encourage conversation, the conical tapered base keeps the balance.
This set is so beautiful, you'll be tempted to use it inside, but it's really designed for outdoor living. It would be wonderful on a lanai, porch or even out on the lawn. Invite some friends over; it's time to celebrate with good food and cold drinks out under the stars.
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