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This unique bathroom light recalls Prairie School furnishings but has brought them up to date as a beautiful contemporary design.
I'm not usually into going too beachy-beachy when striving for coastal style, but I cannot resist these darling folk art fish. they are painted on recycled fence posts and each one is unique. They are just so cheerful and fun I can imagine them in all different styles of houses.
Rich colors and varied hues remind me of striated earth or beautiful agates. There are many more color variations available for this print too.
I have been following this artist's work for a while. Although her originals may be out of your budget, the prints are affordable. This one is from an original oil mix media with vibrant and happy colors. I'm so in love with it.
Moms love to display photos of their prized possessions (aka you, the child), so why not upgrade her wall gallery with a set of mirror-framed picture frames? She gets to keep her embarrassing photos of you, and you get to upgrade her style quotient.
Silas Seandel is a renowned metal artist known for his unique furnishings. This piece dates back to the 1970s but still looks as fabulous today as it did back then. It's a great way to add a more tactile and artistic piece to your walls, as opposed to paintings. Once again, something unexpected...
This unique floor lamp looks like something out of a Salvadore Dali painting, or a beautiful planet in a science fiction movie. You'll want to give it plenty of room to shine (and glow).
Made by Parisian artist Florence Balducci, these ladies-in-waiting ceramic plates will be the topic of discussion at any fall dinner party.
This sleek black table will add a play surface as well as bold artistic touch to your playroom. Not to mention that this high pressure laminate piece will fit beautifully into any space in the house without overpowering it with a "kid vibe." The side rack allows for materials to be on hand.
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I must say I'm mighty impressed with West Elm's collaboration with artists in designing some of their rugs. This modern sketch design is by artist John-Paul Philippé. It provides a neutral palette and dynamic lines that will ground your room in contemporary style.100% wool.Hand-sketched designs...
Maybe you'll use it to prioritize what's in your drawers, or maybe you just love it because of the numeric graphics. this wooden dresser has a distressed metal top.
This electric arrow is a unique way to add some light and art to a kitchen. It's fun, functional and custom made by a Nashville artist.
I am a huge fan of Marisa Haedike, the artist behind Creative Thursday — the characters she creates are so dear and personal. I recently fell in love with this Paris print, with the whole gang hanging out in front of La Tour Eiffel and a pink sky.
Why have a repeating pattern when you can have an entire scene? Your guests will never notice the dirty dishes when they have this as a talking point!
Etsy fine artist Heather Knight creates beautiful unique pieces inspired by nature. This bowl can be used as a sculpture and is food safe.
This print by artist Hillary Bird conjures up cozy feelings of camp-outs and summer vacations — such a sweet silhouette of a little girl and her friend, the bear.
Like flowers, plants and succulents are affordable accents for any space. When not in use for your plants, make this sweet driftwood planter a bread basket or a place to store your jewelry. Why not?!
This armoire is not only the perfect storage piece for bedroom linens and clothing, but a useful mirror as well.
I'm totally drawn to the soft lines and textures outlining the fox. This is also not your typical hipster fox print! We all know how popular the fox is at the moment, but his takes the trend to a higher level.
Paper maché animal heads are a lot more awesome and un-scary than real animal heads. Perfect cabin decor without the cold dead eyes following you around. Pieces range in price from $29 to 149.
With a painting of Paris in the office, I would always be inspired. Change the frame to suit the decor of the room, and you'll have added just enough of an artistic touch to inspire the artist working away in the room.
This would be fun paper for an art room or a feature wall in an office. I used this in a client's kids playroom, and it was a great way for the kids to get their art on the wall in a stylish way!
Taylor & Wood Frames
Freestyle, a lovely print from an original oil painting by artist Samantha French, would be a perfect gift for someone who's just bought a lakeside cottage — a promise of many happy summer days to come spent in and around the water.
If your patio space is not big enough for a full dining set, consider two lounge chairs with a few of these accent tables instead. You can than stack them in a corner when you're not entertaining
Now this is thinking outside the box. The crayon box, that is. I love this abstract take on a simple box of crayons. What a fun conversation piece for any space.
Two for one! I love this creative floor lamp by Robert Abbey and Jonathan Adler. It serves as both a lighted easel and a floor reading lamp. It's perfect for the creative and artistic personality.
Layering colorful patterned paper into animal and transportation shapes, Kathy Panton's art would work nicely in a nursery.
Hot Air Balloons Print
This intriguing canvas print entitled "Splendor in the Glass" by artist Irene Suchocki would look nice in a vignette of some sort — possibly in an entryway or hallway accompanied by a table lamp, stack of books and a few favorite trinkets.
Another of our favorite knobs, this looks great on gray cabinets, we just used it recently and loved the way it looked. Can be used in a variety of styles, very versatile.
While I'm straying from "city" on this one, I had to share this skillet collage. It packs a punch price-wise, so it's only for the serious collector. But I think the genius of the artist who created a frying pan United States must be recognized.
These coloredful hand-blown glass bottles by Atlanta glass artist Elizabeth Lyons are truly eye-candy. Place them somewhere where they can capture light, and let the colors inspire a new palette in your home.
These beautiful relief tiles can be mounted for a traditional artistic backsplash or, more easily, hung individually for an interesting series of textural artwork. Grab a few in a variety of colors and designs, mount a hook on the back, and create your own masterpiece on a blank swath of wall in...
These Egyptian inspired lanterns have beautiful designs that remind one of the intricate patterns on ancient mosque walls. The forms themselves also add great design and interest.
Crafted from durable steel, this is an incredible pendant that would look fantastic above an island or dining room table.
This mahogany artwork by American artist Frederick Arndt is inspired by original midcentury modern designs.
7 Disks in Space
This painting could set the tone for an entire room. It is bold and rustic and features a color palette of greens, blacks and grays. It would even make for a very fun DIY project.
I've been noticing these absolutely sublime light fixtures around Houzz here and there and it took me a month to figure out who made them (Aqua Creations). I'm soooooo happy I finally did! These fabric shaded sculptural works are one of the most exciting things I've seen in awhile – they look like...
I love when my kids create artwork, I just don't always know what to do with it. This system is great for keeping the pieces together for display, and it's super easy to rotate out the old for the new.
One can never have too many tea towels. They bring color and change into any kitchen. This particular tea towel is from a favorite artist/maker of mine, Heather Moore from South Africa.
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