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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...
Why not dress your windows in a beautiful ethnic ikat pattern? Get the look of custom made drapes for a catalog price with these linen window panels from West Elm.• 55% linen/45% cotton.• Patterned with a diamond trellis motif inspired by ikat graphics.• Grommet top.• Coordinates with west elm...
The picture of this fabric does not do it justice. It is beautiful. I would use this fabric for pillows, bedding or drapes.
Wallpaper made from natural patterns, like this Moroccan print made from grass cloth, will add dimension and a unique aesthetic to your space. I love this pattern and think it would work well with a multitude of design themes.
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.
This geometric pattern has a touch of exotic modern flair. More subtle in this gray and cream palette, it also comes in a bold pink and purple colorway if you really want to amp things up.
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.
I really love the medallions on this rug, and the gray hue could work to anchor a nursery and elevate it to make it feel less baby and more plush. This is a rug that is sure to stick around once the room is no longer a nursery.
These light and lovely curtains will brighten any room, and that shade of blue never gets old for me.
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.
I like the idea of swapping out curtain panels with the seasons. These panels would be a good option for locations that don't get much light during the cooler months. And the pattern is a good option for everyone!
Pierce Paxton mixes the organic and the dramatic with the Brambles collection . Inspired by nature, this sconce boasts a Moonlit bark finish, and natural linen shades.
Marvelously comfortable and boasting a rich European traditional style, the Fine Furniture Design Viniterra Swivel Tilt Desk Chair is a must-have for today's luxury home office. French seamed chocolate leather seat. Quilted chocolate leather inside back. Brown fabric outside back.
Viniterra Swivel Tilt Desk Chair
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If Shabby Chic is your favorite style, these distressed Veneitan shutters-turned-room screen is for you! It will add an architectural detail to a room that may be suffering from boring drywall overload.
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.
The stenciled and detailed walls in northern Africa are beautiful. Here is a similar design that reflects the architecture of Morocco and adds a pop of bold design to a space.
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...
This ottoman adds exotic fabric and storage to a room. It's perfect for chucking toys, DVDs, magazines and remotes when you're neatening up.
This medium-size print would be great for a chair (I'd love it on a spindle chair) or a headboard. You could even do a sofa, as long as it is tailored and has clean lines.
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?
For a hint of elegance and the exotic, consider this pillow as an accent to your child' bedroom. The sheen of the fabric helps showcase the cool Mediterranean colors that will look great in any space.
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.
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.
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 rug is beautiful enough for indoor use, but durable enough for outdoors as well. I'm considering the smallest size to use by my kitchen sink.
I've had this mirror from Wisteria on hold for a while now, but I'm not willing to give up on it. I love the look of the silver leaf paired with the Moroccan shape. It would look great in my dining room, but I would also love to see it over the sink in a master bath.
This lattice print rug is feminine and has a beautiful soft color palette. I could see it working in a woman's office or maybe even a girl's bedroom. Pink accents throughout the room would be perfection.
This Moroccan tile print wastebasket brings an elegant look to an office or bathroom. You can also add a custom monogram or name.
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