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This hard-working stool is also a table, and folds flat too, making it a great apartment find. You can't get much more origami than that!
Designed to complement the Barbara Barry Classic Oval Pedestal Table, the Classic Cove Settee features a triple crisscross design and an expansive seat supported by 8 legs. The luxurious upholstered seat was designed to be sleek and simple as not to overshadow the graceful curve of the form. The...
Fill up these earthy, rustic dough bowls with all sorts of fall inspired natural elements and put them in the middle of your table for an instant centerpiece.
This artsy little ceramic tray is hand-stamped with poetry from Australian potter/poet Kylie Johnson. Place it on your desk or atop a small stack of books with a few feathers or pretty stones for inspiration.
Imagine these surrounding a white table out on the patio, walls dripping with pink bougainvillea and your Uncle is in the kitchen mixing up another batch of fresh strawberry margaritas. See? I told you that you'd like these chairs!
A low-commitment way to incorporate jewel tones is with accessories for your table. These teaspoons would be a perfect complement for dessert at the end of a meal.
Small Jewelled Spoons
Bold and fun, this thermal carafe by Ole Palsby is part of the collection of goodies at the Museum of Modern Art. I love when art is useful! Who could not use a gorgeous, colorful carafe to keep their warm drinks at the perfect temperature on the brunch table?
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.
Faux bamboo is becoming a classic accent piece. Pair with a table or desk, or just tuck it into a corner. I'd update the fabric to coordinate with the room.
Faux bamboo Accent Chair
The reason I love these so much is that they combine a preppy navy blue with a trendy ikat pattern. How can you go wrong? Mix and match different pieces and your table will be a showstopper.
Kenza Dinnerware, Indigo
The special weave of this Swedish linen table runner means it doesn't need ironing — perfect for easygoing seaside living. The classic stripe would make even the most random collection of dishware look great too.
Can you really ever have too many glossy, lacquered trays? How about when you team this baby up with the color orange? This might be a good way to corral clutter in the kitchen, and it would even look great on a bedside table.
This folding stool will add bright colors to your kitchen island or bar. It comes in 24 powdercoated hues, so you can choose a set in one color or mix and match a colorful grouping.
My favorite tea when I'm feeling decadent is whole rosebuds. The pale pink flowers look gorgeous in the cup and the perfumed aroma is absolutely heavenly. I like to scatter a few on the table sometimes, but I'm always sure to put them back in the tin!
Whole Rose Buds
I've just entered the vortex of awesome: chevron stipes and gold. This tray is a must for breakfast in bed or afternoon tea.
Watercolor table linens in shades of sapphire and citron blend together to create a gorgeous starburst effect. And because they are hand-dyed, each piece is unique.
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
With the most intimate kitchen spaces in mind, Thomas Pheasant designed the Laced Back Side Chair and Counter Stool to suit the needs of urban dwelling. Constructed of McGuire's signature rattan, the diminutive seat and back are supported by slightly flared legs and an x-stretcher. Complementing...
This Palmetto chair has roots in coastal Carolina. It's the perfect choice for host and hostess chairs in a mix-and-match dining chair group.
These beautiful woven bar stools were inspired by traditional French bistro chairs. The use of black and cream in the weaving provides a striking color contrast.
A typical space-saving move in a small cottage is to dot dining chairs like these around the house for use as beside tables and side chairs, and then gathering them all together when you pull out the leaves of the table for dinner. This shape is a simple, American classic, straight-up cutie...
Coasters are always practical on nightstands for those guests that feel uncomfortable leaving glassware on furniture. These rattan coasters are inexpensive and timeless.
As comfortable as it is stylish, the Braxton stool will "WOW" with its lattice detailing land "black honey" finish. The swivel seats are covered in black leather. * Counter stool, 27.5"W x 25.25"D x 42.5"T; 26"T seat height. * Barstool, 21"W x 21"D x 48.5"T; 30"T seat height.
You don't have to go with the red, as this elegant leather dining chair comes in several colors, but why wouldn't you? It will rev up the conversation and excitement at your next dinner party!
The Nox is not only as eco-friendly as it is luxurious. It is also a wondrous piece of engineering design. Despite the weight of its solid wood dining table top, the extending mechanism is colloquially as 'light as a feather'. As with all Team7's fantastic furniture, it is a joy to live with.
My friend uses two of these mirrored trays on the center of her kitchen island filled with blue and white vases and pots.
These wood coasters have that wonderful rustic look; they're perfect for making you feel warm in the cold winter season. Bringing a bit of nature indoors is a simple way to make a home feel so cozy.
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