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I just love this votive holder and can see using it on a mantel, as a centerpiece or anywhere to create a romantic atmosphere.
Now, why didn't I think of this? These are flexible grilling wires that are also cool to the touch. Loop them around to fit more and nothing falls off. They're perfect.
Perfect for when those teeth start falling out, this Tooth Pillow with a pocket is a fantastically fun way to invite the Tooth Fairy in. Beyond a simple practical use, this little guy is a fun tongue-in-cheek addition to the bed of a child who doesn't even have teeth yet.
Skip the traditional roll-out map and slip this US map onto your playroom wall. Easy to reposition and remove, this map will have your children learning and excited about geography without you having to lift a finger.
I don't know about you, but I have several cutting boards in my cabinets that I use for different things: one for cheese and bread, one for chicken, etc. They're always shuffling around and disorganized. This set of four cutting boards is color coordinated by use and contained in a sleek stainless...
This origami-inspired Moth lampshade is cleverly folded from just one piece of paper. Elegant yet contemporary, it's instant love.
Crisp bread is a must for a true Swede. I always buy a couple of this kind when I visit IKEA. I eat them with some real European butter and a thin slice of good cheese.
What a great DIY garden focal point. If you save cool bottles and never know what to do with them, this is a clever way to use them and add color to your garden, especially in the dreary months. The best part is that you can change out the bottles whenever you get tired of them for a completely new...
Finally, the scientists on this earth invented an alternative for chalkboard paint: magnetic chalkboard wallpaper! It's great for kids to play with when you're cooking or for you to write a love poem to your one and only love.
Magnetic Chalkboard Mural
This would be a splurge, to be sure, but instant printed photos are a relic of my time that I think an impatient tween girl would appreciate.
I think it's amazing how the proper tools can make light of a task, and this piping bag is no exception. With an easy-squeeze handle, this can even be used by kids.
Need a how-to book for growing fresh herbs and produce in a small space? Check out The Edible Balcony by Alex Mitchell.
Candles are generally a gift that most everyone will love. C. Wonder makes this lovely candle with the soothing scent of bamboo and green tea. It doesn't hurt that the box is adorable too.
It has been a very warm spring for most of the country, and spring branches blossomed way too early for Easter. Faux is not a dirty word when the branches are this pretty.
Faux Plum Blossom Branch
Ever try and jam your tablespoons, and even teaspoons, into spice jars? I frustrate easily, and this is always one that gets me. These spice measuring spoons definitely had me go, "duh" and maybe even "why didn't I think of that?"
Spice Measuring Spoons
This funky little Danish caddy provides a spot to keep four different herbs growing indoors as well as the scissors for clipping them.
How cute are these little spice jars? You can write your own label on the chalkboard area. I'd like a few for cinnamon and my other most-used spices.
Cavallini makes exceptionally beautiful paper products like this gorgeous elephant wrapping paper. This would be fabulous framed for a study or a boy's bedroom. Buy a frame at IKEA and you've got instant art!
I like to have all of my writing implements in a central spot. This sturdy organizer made from reclaimed lumber would do just the trick.
Reign in cloth napkins and complement a rustic farm table with wood slice napkin rings. They balance country chic with modern style.
Put a stamp on it! Sign thank you notes for clients with a custom stamp. That's always a good thing for business.
Here's a rad living shadow box that you can buy for your home. It has an air plant terrarium inside.
Quiz yourself with this handy tea towel in oatmeal linen. Printed with conversions, this tea towel will make itself doubly useful in the kitchen.
Spread some "crazy dog person" cheer to your office mates by affixing these milkbone-shaped paper clips to your TPS reports.
These French-made spreaders are so festive with all their vibrant colors. They'd be great additions to any party for condiments, jams, etc.
What's great about this game is that it's an beautiful object to leave out all the time, but it also makes you want to pull it out and play a simple game of Tic-Tac-Toe with a pal, partner, or kiddo.
Tic Tac Toe Game
There are over 800 pieces in this great LEGO model for ages 8 and up. Once this model of Frank Lloyd Wright's most famous built work is completed, no one will want to take it apart. I know most 8 year olds usually want the LEGO airplanes and such, but perhaps this will bring out a new interest for...
Explore your creativity and discover thousands of unique faces to be made with these 25 wooden blocks. Will you make a cowboy, the queen or a character only you can imagine? These environmentally-friendly, hand printed blocks are loads of fun and whatever your age you'll be inspired to play.
Who says that a trash can can't be pleasing to the eye? These would make any kid's room look stylish!
Instead of the usual woven basket, why not a soft knit one? These from Ferm Living are made of hand-knitted 100 percent cotton rope and are available in three sizes and colors — yellow, petrol and charcoal. They're a great way to add warmth and texture in a modern home.
A lumbar pillow in soft neutrals looks lovely in a mix of various throw pillows on a sofa. This map-inspired version hints at a home owner's love to travel.
Add some comfy style to your coffee or tea to-go with this great cotton cable knit coffee sleeve, hand-knit by artist Jacqueline Dufresne. No more burned fingers while dashing back to the office!
Get your cartography fix without leaving the couch with a vintage map cushion from the Australian company My Bearded Pigeon.
This chandelier combines a sleek, modern look with a raw, earthy vibe. I love the delicate lines of this piece. It would look great in many different dining settings.
If you're taking a picnic beyond your backyard, this cheese board is the perfect companion. It's secret drawer holds all the knives and spreaders you'll need for a cheese platter.
This is modeled after the chest where Thomas Jefferson stashed his spirits. A drink caddy this good looking makes it almost acceptable to stock your office bar like it's 1962 and you work for Don Draper.