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Want to clean up fast? Use disposable placemats with nautical themes. These crab designs are perfect for a clam bake.
Red and white striped bowls are perfect for all of your holiday baking. And the mini bowls are perfect for your holiday snacks.
These cloth-bound classics for children are so beautiful it's easy to forget that their not just for sitting pretty on a shelf. With titles like Anne of Green Gables, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and Peter Pan, I can rest assured that they are as good on the inside as they are on the out....
If you have a bike in an apartment, you know what a hassle it can be. Lean it against the wall and you get scuff marks, not to mention it is most likely in the way. But this handy rack changes all that. It keeps your ride off of the floor, and is easy as pie to put up and take down.
I know, I already own four or five spatulas, but that wooden handle has got to be kidding me! Baking just got precious.
There is nothing like a sweet candle that makes your home smell like you've been baking all day. Now that is cozy!
I can't stress how excited I am about these bowls. They are oven proof, so I can plan food for gatherings in advance and then bake it right inside these vessels. They come in a variety of colors, but this rustic white is simple.
I'm a nut for herringbone patterns and I love this mini brick one in Carrara marble. Works great behind a stove as a decorative inlay, but I'd really like to see it on a bathroom floor.
Winter is the best time of year for baking, and these mitts make the entire experience a little more festive.
This table with canopy is a clever way to ensure full coverage of your tabletop and diners. If you have a large open outdoor space with little shade, this is a great alternative to the traditional umbrella with a snazzy contemporary feel.
I love walking into a house that smells like freshly baked apple pie. This giant candle will surely fill your house with the scent of autumn.
Soft tones of grays and creams make this neutral dish towel a perfect fit for my winter kitchen and holiday baking.
Birch Kitchen Towel
The key to a functional workspace is good light. A task lamp is essential on your desk, and this cast iron version has interesting vintage detailing.
I love these simple tea towels from Ballard Designs. They have such a casual yet sophisticated feel to them. I love items like this that you can buy in red and white for a Christmas-y look, but also can easily be used all year-round as well.
Function meets art. Handmade quilted hot pads and pot holders from Cocon look as lovely hanging on the wall as they do under a freshly baked pie. I might avoid using them at the grill though.
Hot Pad No. 5
Serif font painted on burlap and framed — it's a traditional and classy piece that can be used to decorate anywhere in the home. This is made from recycled rice burlap bags.
Pattern is a great place to start when trying to pull a room together. It can add so much interest, especially when done right (i.e. in a neutral color). I love these panels from West Elm and think they are so versatile.
Even if you can't raise chickens, it's fun to imagine you have your own. These adorable decals will make good company on your walls.
Whenever we feature a mirrored nighstand on Houzz, it seems to pop up on the questions board many times, with Houzz users clamoring for the source. This is one of the very best designs I've seen. I love the "X" detailing and all of the separate mirrored pieces, as well as the knobs and storage...
Great, contemporary looks in a decent price point make this kitchen faucet a good choice in a contemporary kitchen project. Nice looking integrated spray.
This weekend, in keeping with my dream of a French vacation, I cooked up a feast of mussels, steak and fries and ended it with chocolate pot de crème in these white ramekins.
I love everything from the Porcher Lutezia collection. It just has that perfect vintage styling - not too fussy and perfectly proportioned. I know everyone worries about losing storage when doing a console or pedestal over a cabinet, but it's so worth it! It makes the space seem so much larger.
This cute chef will keep your fresh baked or store-bought cookies safe and sound. His toque makes a great handle.
Le Chef Cookie Jar
Introduce your baby to good design from the first with this baby lounger. A modern take on a traditional bouncer, this beautiful piece will look great in a corner of the room when not in use--and of course look best with your smiling babe cooing from within it.
Coco Stylewood Baby Lounger
If you're the type of person that prefers lounging and reading, the Albert sofa by Hickory is a great option. It boasts a graceful curved top rail and slender tapered posts with intricate Bellflower inlay.
Bakers Cooling Rack
I love to bake, and this industrial-looking gray stand mixture is not only functional, but stylish too — the best of both worlds!
This craftsman style door has a twist. The traditional door is flanked by a glass panel with branches entwined all the way up. It adds interest, incorporates nature and provides light with security.
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