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If you just want to add a little something trendy to your decor, opt for these patterned bone boxes. Try them on a dresser or foyer table.
Exotic Moroccan Style has been a favorite on Houzz this year, in spite of how horrible Sex and the City II was. These intricate hand-tooled metal lanterns cast beautiful patterns on the wall and a warm soft glow. They are not your typical pendant light!
These exotic tables add rich leather, interesting geometry (rounded off octagon, anyone?) and the texture of upholstery nails. It's a perfect way to add a worldly layer to your home.
Rust Bronze Metal Accented With Faux Woven Rattan And A Hand Carved Slate Foot. The Rectangle Box Shade Is A Rust Beige, Weather Resistant Fabric. For Indoor Or Outdoor Use.
The picture of this fabric does not do it justice. It is beautiful. I would use this fabric for pillows, bedding or drapes.
These organic striped bath towels look both modern and deliciously soft (and environmentally friendly). Towels are a great way to add a subtle pattern to an ordinary bathroom.Dimensions vary. Price ranges by size from $9 to $29.
For an all-seasonal, natural look, I prefer a bay leaf wreath. Especially if you have a window on your front door, this wreath provides enough coverage for privacy while also being very attractive and welcoming.
These simple, beachy baskets are perfect for corralling all of your summer essentials in a well-trafficked entryway — from beach towels to sand castle molds, spare sunscreen and flip-flops.
Intricate detailing and impeccable artistry define the ancient process of inlay, originally developed in Syria. We love the organic motif and soothing tonal palette, inspired by inlay. Created by mounting carved pieces on a wood base then filling the negative space with white resin.
The undulating widths of these stripes give them a hand-drawn look that feels less rigid and more flowingly natural — reminiscent of a towel unfurled on a Greek beach. I think it would look lovely used for a set of curtains in a crisp and clean room.
Now the Ikat craze has hit the sheets. The bedsheets, that is. This intricate pattern is a nice surprise when one pulls down one's duvet cover – showing them off is a great excuse to leave the bed unmade! * Sheet set includes one flat sheet, one fitted sheet and two pillowcases * Pillowcase...
If you're giftee has tired of their all-white bathroom (or, chances are, said giftee's shower curtain is tired and moldy), why not add some bold graphics with this eye catching shower curtain from Aphrochic?
A perfect place to put your keys and incoming mail, all the while keeping things organized and chic — that's my kind of simple decorating.
We're pretty hooked on finding the perfect tray over here at Houzz. Why? Because they are so versatile. In addition to breakfast in bed, which is usually a logistical nightmare and a pipe dream, trays have a zillion uses in design. They can transform an upholstered coffee table into a cocktail...
I love the rustic look, don't you? These distressed white planters just scream, "Oh, I've had these forever, and I'm simply too preoccupied with much more pressing matters (like making gin and tonics and looking at the stars) to repaint them." Line your outdoor space with similarly casual aplomb.
Mix and match custom-chosen fabrics to create the exact nursery you want. This modern vintage print hints at the exotic with its teal and tan detailing. Perfect for pairing with a smaller print.
I ordered fabric samples from Les Indiennes after spying one of their fabulous elephant print fabrics several years ago. Every sample I received was elegant and exquisite. This beautiful tablecloth is one you may want to have a "clear liquids only" policy for when pulling it out for a dinner party!
This clean, streamlined storage cube has all the makings of a great side table. If you're a DIYer, consider adding an extra piece of hardware to the center of the box for added impact.
I haven't actually experienced these candles, but I want them just for the suzani-inspired boxes they come in. If Martyn Lawrence Bullard came up with them, I trust that the scents are divine.
With this bench you get a place to sit, storage for quite a few unsightlies and a touch of the Mediterranean with the azure tile-like look of the upholstery. Add some broad fan plants and lots of natural light, and you have the beginnings of an at-home island retreat.
The shape of and rustic wood material on this bed frame are fantastic. The high arches are my favorite.
I love shells and really love the idea of giving new love to a vintage collection. Although starting your own from your own travels adds great memories to the collection!
Add some contemporary coastal style to your tablescape with this gorgeous frosted mouth blown glass vase. It also works as a candle holder.
This candle is pricey, but such good quality. It smells when you walk by, even when it's not lit. When you light it, the smell travels throughout the entire house. I like to light it right after I clean our house to make things smell really good.
This is a lovely Moroccan brass & engraved bone box, velvet lined. great for that special Key or pr.of earrings.
Nice ample-size tin box with a lovely muted-gold color. It is gently worn -- with some aged scratches that do not detract from its beauty.
The floral design has been carved into the wood using a fine-tipped veining chisel. Some of the design appears to have been created by hammering a dye into the wood.
Cranberry colored box. Beautiful and detailed sepia label is intact. Lovely addition to one's cabinet of curiosities or apothecary collection. Paris, France.
Made in France in the 192039's this box has a shagreen inlay which was popular with the designer of the art deco movement , it is lined with mahogany so it is not a cigar box , most likely a man jewelry box .
This lovely box can be used to keep your treasures, or hung on the wall as an artpiece, it is a screened print on the front of the box, in good condition circa 1940, probably made to hold hankerchiefs or small items.
Late 1800's standard box trunk. Original hardware with refit working new/old stock EAGLE lock and key.
White Duck Trunk
Wide body steamer trunk, also known as a "cabin trunk". Recovered in 100% heavyweight, off-white cotton duck canvas. All original hardware, including working lock and key.
Canvas Cabin Trunk
This vintage steamer cabin trunk has been recovered with WAVERLY print, 100% cotton fabric. Sedona red slats are end-wrapped in brass sheeting and held with solid brass, custom made slat holds.
Vintage Cabin Trunk
This superb vintage cabin trunk would make for a fabulous coffee table with great storage space inside.
Vintage market green distressed nesting trays with brass handles. Display your favorite books and objects on the coffee table or put them to good use and carry your backyard BBQ supplies to the table.
Uniquely shaped medium-sized antique carriage trunk. Recovered in vintage burlap potato sack and 100% cotton navy blue canvas duck.
Round Top Trunk
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