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The Charleston Yellow Three Panel Screen is as beautiful as a sculpture or piece of art, yet it's really a room divider or screen. This piece would be great to use to give some separation between two spaces without darking one area or feeling too much like a wall.
Table lamps are a great way to add this exotic pattern to a space. This one features a faux snakeskin base and is balanced with a simple shade.
I am a big art deco fan, and this fanciful five-panel screen would do justice to any sophisticated living room.
This glass tulip-shaped lantern is blooming with style! I'm a fan of its unique shape and delicate appearance.
Finding unusual sconces for bathrooms that also have the proper amount of wattage is no easy feat. Here's a great sconce that meets both requirements while adding a bit of an industrial edge.
This sconce would look great as a pair on either side of an outdoor fireplace or the entryway into the space. The height really stands out and I like the set up in the photo with different types of candles. It also comes in multiple finishes to suit your decor.
This exotic chair's intricate bone inlay gives it so much beauty that you only need one. Using a set for dining or even in a pair would be too much; a single one as an occasional chair in your living room or bedroom will let this stunner shine.
Add a touch of Art Deco to the nursery with this side table. It's great for stacking books next to the rocker.
Glass Accent Table
I like the thought of a pile of presents wrapped in this faux bois print. Looking like little logs, they'd blend in nicely under the Christmas tree.
Illuminated hands of light add eclectic treasure to your home decor. With this piece being completely customizable, you really have no limits.
This lovely Blue & White Tile hook rug reminds me of the pretty blue and white tile surrounds of old Dutch fireplaces. It would really set off a collection of china.
Blue & White Tile Hook Rug
This striking modern vanity light keeps thing minimal while giving you the light you need to put on your face.
Kids love to look at photos of themselves and their families. This would be a great addition to any child's room.
This little light fixture would look great in an entryway. It looks like you brought it back from Paris!
This is elegant! It is an art cabinet that displays your children's artwork. The cabinet features a wood frame and an easy-to-open door to easily insert new art. I love that the cabinet also acts as a storage space where parents can place past works of art beneath the top page on display (up to 50...
This unique console sits atop an elegant base on a perch that breaks with tradition. It's contemporary and has a touch of Asian flair.
Peek-a-boo! This geometric screen will adds a modern grid and some good feng-shui circles to any room in your home. While a screen like this does not block a view or create privacy, it's a great tool for defining spaces within an open floor plan.
Would this print not make your day, every day? It would also make the perfect Valentine's Day gift. I would love to hang it in my bedroom as a morning greeting each day.
Above my desk I have two glass shelves that have been there for years. You can never have too many shelves!
This sturdy table makes a great occasional table for entertaining. During parties it can sub as a bar or buffet, and the rest of the time it would look great with some stacks of books and a potted plant.
Griffin Console Table
Add some Asian style to your home with this shoji screen. It will give you some much needed privacy, yet does not block off the light. It's making me want to put a tea room in my house right now!
Sometimes a solid lamp base just isn't going to do the trick. In these cases look for a base that is dimensional and has a lot of detail, like this mosaic tile option.
These hand-crafted Currey & Company curved wrought iron sconces are perfect for gently illuminating a hallway or foyer.
Proving that hard edges can still have an organic feel, this side table seems inspired by pinecones. This piece definitely has an irresistible tactile quality to it.
The gold twig theme could work seamlessly, especially if you gather twigs from the yard and spray paint them gold. Just place them in a large ceramic vase and you are set.
My couch gets a lot more company in the wintertime than in other seasons. With wooden sconces to read by, I'd bring a book and snuggle up for the duration.
This reclaimed wood frame comes from one of my favorite Etsy shops. I'd frame a photograph — or a colorful print — to balance the rustic wood frame.
This book is full of Celerie Kemble's wonderful designs, favorite designs and accessible, helpful advice. Her style has deep Palm Beach roots that spread (grew into a tree, "branched out", whatever, this analogy stinks) over to touch New England's brand of preppy and Manhattan's chic polish.
Wall sconces are perfect when space is limited because they don't take up any tabletop space. I love the design of this one. It would be perfect on either side of a gallery wall in a dining room or living room.
This turquoise stool is a great multipurpose piece. It can be used as a side table, a stool or even a foot rest.
This elegant version of the traditional Chinese garden stool is certainly living room worthy. Adorned in swirls and peforated, this stool is 120-150 years old and hails all the way from Shiwan.
This versatile table would work as a simple desk or as a beautiful entry piece. Gorgeous lines make it a timeless choice for a variety of tastes.
This is the perfect bookcase for a young girl's French-styled room. It's just the right size and it's easy to envision how lovely it would look filled with books and knickknacks.
Chateau Small Open Bookcase
This gorgeous silver stool could also double as a bedside table in a small space. Stack some books and a candle, and it's pure perfection.