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I love these cleaning scrubs for many reasons: They're made from sustainable materials (think peach pits and corn cores), are attractive and don't smell after time. Plus, they work well, and I can say this from experience.
These simple modular shelves would be great to hold kids' stuffed animals, books and collectibles. Parents will also love their easy assembly — no tools required! I like that the design and style are timeless, so even when babies grow older, they can still use these shelves. Plus, they come in...
While coasters are generally not thought of as an office priority, I like to use them to keep cold (or hot) drinks from mucking up the surface of my desk. These beauties by Annabel Inganni are made with sustainable materials and add a pop of color to any room.
This is my favorite growth chart find of all. You personalize it by adding the child's name and the heights of family members. Takes the fun out of doing the 'back-to-back-gee-whiz-Grandpa-I-think-I'm-taller-than-you' game at family get togethers, but is a fabulous keepsake. Not to mention it's...
This cork lounger by Daniel Michalik is beauitful, eco-friendly and even floats in a pool. I would have the coolest pool deck with this - I love how it looks and can imagine it's super comfy.
Cortiça Chaise Lounge : Branch:...
This pergola has the natural, classic look of turn of the century lodges in the mountains of New England with it's split timber and curved beams. It's a beautiful, substantial way to add an additional outdoor room to the back yard. I love the stacked stone and the craftsman style lighting...
We love flooring which veers away from the standard strip oak we see in so many American homes and look for material which actually says something. This antique French oak speaks of the generations which have already used it and will create a great base and sense of time in any home.
Houzz Team Member Sheila chose these clever sustainable dog bone toys – they are made from leftover chew toy rubber scraps. They also have holes in them so you can fill them with treats. Everybody wins!
I love this lamp, and this appears to be the most affordable option out there. It fits in anywhere, I think. But, with its capiz shell material it is perfect for bringing some sea life inside.
Lotus Flower Chandelier
I've seen a lot of wood block side tables similar to these, but typically they run around $200 or more. I'm impressed that these are a tad less expensive, and I love that they are made from reclaimed telephone poles. What a clever way to give the wood a second life.
Medium Wood Block Side Table
These sliding glass doors are unique because they slide and fold. For someone who doesn't want doors to always swing open and shut, this is a great alternative.
These cork baskets look like vintage sacks. They're fantastic for holding fruit and have a great organic look.
Sometimes you just need something a bit more masculine. The colors and stripes on this doormat are definitely more formal but could match with a variety of architectural styles.
Your butter and soft cheeses will surely appreciate this sustainably sourced coffee wood spreader, handcrafted by artisans in Guatemala.
Love your garden and the entire Earth with a Maven compost bin. Easy and attractive, these ingenious bins allow you to compost everything — even meat and dairy. They are handmade in Vermont from sustainably harvested Cedar, which is also durable.
Crafted in eco-sustainable composite wood materials, this Spanish Style Driveway gate was beautifully finished by hand to give it that natural wood appearance without impacting our ever-so-delicate natural resources. Our custom garage doors, gates and shutters are ingeniously designed to revive the...
Get your aspiring little architect used to the drafting table early. This set includes the stool and a paper roll holder that fits onto a slip free guide.
Brunschwig and Fils brings three of this year's most popular Pantone colors together in this beautiful pattern. It is just bursting with sophistication.
I was just watching an episode of Modern Family where the only craft the mom could come up with for her kid's birthday party was beaded comb sheaths. If you are also craft-impaired, don't fret. This little kit is full of ideas and supplies, all in one place.
So this one isn't exactly a pillow cover, but a pouf cover made of a patchwork of Quadrille fabrics. Yes, please!
"Cap Ferrat" is another stunning print from Alan Campbell for Quadrille and I love the colorway of browns and yellows used in this lumbar pillow cover. Note the extra detail of white piping!
This vintage pillow incorporates hand-dyed, hand-spun cross-stitched detailing. I like the idea of tossing it onto a light gray accent chair in a living room.
These circles made of different elements play with typical materials in interiors like wood, marble and stone and come in brown and gray hues. This would be a statement for modern interiors.
Materials in Circles Poster, Rose
There's nothing more modern than a grid, and this simple grid of shelves fits right up against the wall, appearing to float. It can also serve as a modern room divider in a more open space.
Thanks to a range of possible materials for the panel inserts, these sliding doors from Modernus are insanely versatile. Use with glass to let in light, or try wood or lacquer inserts for a more defined division of space.
How apropos to serve a bushel of fresh berries in this adorable ceramic farmer's market basket. Modeled to look like the traditional cardboard blueberry pints, there's finally a way to sustain that farm fresh produce look over time.
This is the coolest thing ever! I love that this art is alive. Nothing brings life and freshness to a space like a plant, and this is just an awesome way to display it.
I like the basket weave of this fencing. It provides privacy and security with a more natural look than treated lumber.
Hazelwood Hurdle Fence Panel
I like this industrial chandelier for its modern twist that allows you to suspend five glass globes from one black iron bar. Go for a fomal look by hanging globes at the same level or mix things up by hanging them at different heights.
Firefly Pendant Lamp
Kill two birds with one stone with these outdoor illuminated planters. The milky white color is attractive enough for day, and the subtle glow is beautiful would light a garden path perfectly at night.
Pure Soft High Light
These are fun pillows if you like to have your couch "say" something. You can customize them to have the letters spell out whatever you want. These are also a great option for couches in the entertainment or play room.
These handmade hanging chairs would be a unique addition to your yard. Bring a book and curl up in it, or swing away the day.
These stumps may look like the real thing, but they are much more comfortable! Made from recycled materials and covered with photographic prints, these versatile poufs from Norwegian brand Krone Hanssen can be used as side tables or extra seating.
Lyptus is a sustainably harvested, farmed, tropical hardwood. It's available with increasing frequency all around the world.
My future plans include replacing the living room/dining room carpet that flows into the kitchen with hardwood floors — a trick for making a small kitchen appear bigger!