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I love a great rope laundry basket. I would use this for only my clothes. Not the boys. It's too pretty for them.
Aren't turtles just the cutest? I love watching them swim around, I get super excited when I spy one in a pond or in the woods, and I get equally excited when I see them used in a super cute pattern, like the one on this pillow!
Kids love these chairs. I like having a basket of books next to my kids' so that they can settle down and read their favorite books.
My metal rusty corgi is perched right between the black-eyed susans in our yard. He doesn't step on the flowers and doesn't leave his business in the pansies. He is sort of the perfect pet.
I would use this rug in a small size under a glossy black Hollywood Regency vanity table, perhaps with a gold bamboo chinoiserie chair.
These richly embroidered quilts from ABC Home have a lush floral print on one side and hot pink on the other. Use one on the bed, or give your couch a fresh look by layering it with quilts and cushions.
My iPad deserves a happy little cover like this because it keeps my kiddos happy while I get stuff done.
This metal storage container feels like an antique passed down from family. I want it to house old journals I have written in, or even my favorite books.
This ready-made shadow box features painted figurines of sheep against a starry sky. It's such a sweet display for a kids' room.
Tired of all the animal characters and other kiddie motifs? Why not go abstract? The bonus is that it will grow with your child.
Corral balls and other sports equipment in this three-section organizer. Get a second one for the laundry room for whites, darks and brights.
Typographic prints work well in the modern kitchen. I like how this set represents the omnivorous diet so well.
Kids grow up fast. I know you've probably heard that a ton, but it's so true! And it feels especially true when you buy themed bedding, as they'll change their minds constantly. To avoid this problem, look for fun bedding that can survive a few fad changes. This 100 percent cotton percale set is...
Now you can even add a touch of Africa to the nursery with this very cute print by Jenny von Döbeln. It's an imaginary interpretation of African wildlife that I can't help but smile at.
For a rocker that provides simple comfort and doesn't overtake a room, this traditional choice will look good now and for years to come. The color choice creates an updated vibe.
Adult Rocking Chair in White
It's hard to go wrong with classic black and white. This is a really cute apron; I think it would be perfect for a bridal shower gift.
In deep ocean blue with sea foam trim, Dosa's cover reminds of camping out at the beach. And you don't have to deal with all that sand!
This neutral rattan trunk from Pier 1 is a natural beauty with seven cubic feet of storage hidden away.
These whimsical wood block prints are a perfect quad. I'm earmarking these for the next baby shower I attend!
As birds of a feather, these salad plates are a great addition to a Thanksgiving table. They could easily mix with white dinnerware for a festive feel.
Created by the late Stephen Huneck, these two black labs are patiently waiting for someone to sit between them.
Black Labrador Bench
Add some fun to your child's room while keeping clutter at bay. This pocket organizer offers three huge pockets and is made from organic cotton canvas with eco-spun felt. Moo.
I love the idea of a really cute laundry bag in a stylish print. Hopefully it will encourage those college students to do their own laundry!
Elephants! They are just too cute and too perfect for a nursery. I love the watercolor motif that these guys bring to a space.
Woodland creatures are in when it comes to design these days. I like the simplicity of these natural silhouettes all grouped together on the wall. However, each is such a strong accessory that just one on a focal wall is enough.
Colorful Equipale chairs are a modern take on a traditional piece. I'd love to mix a set of yellow ones around a modern white table.
Big trunks can function as a small table or bench while also hiding storage. I love seeing them used as coffee tables.
This one is for the kids. I love how fresh and sweet it is. The beautifully colored and realistic forest friends get to watch as your little one grows.
Just like my own wardrobe, I can't stop at only one leopard piece for the home. I could see this chair looking beyond perfect at a vanity or dressing table. Love!
What's not to love about this foxy work of art? It's simple yet refined, playful yet intriguing. This would look adorable displayed with books or on top of a dresser.
If my husband were to approve, I would opt for this leopard print carpet via Landry & Arcari for the stairs. Alas, wishful thinking.
Not all floral prints need to take you back to grandma's. This pattern by Mahram studio is elegant, modern and just a little funky.
How did Sharon Montrose capture this baby fox at this exact moment? I love the clean look of her photography.
Isn't this the cutest thing ever? There are actually four of these in coordinating patterns. I am seriously thinking I need to have another son to design a nursery around them!
I love this bold zebra print and that it doesn't just come in black and white. The brown shown here is definitely my favorite. I also like the different sizes and shapes that make it interesting to layer them. I think the pattern layered on a white sofa would look terrific.
Shed a little light on bedtime with this adorable nightlight. Featuring a calm elephant silhouette when lit, this will help your little one (and you!) sleep better at night.
I'm obsessed with all things zebra, and this ottoman is no exception. Made from real cowhide, this is a beautiful choice for an upscale living room.
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