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You can never have enough storage, can you? I like to add storage to my home in a charming way. This cabinet is ideal for displaying beautiful china.
The Darling Pine Cabinet
Not everyone can live in a converted factory loft space. This gritty, realistic red brick wallpaper might just be the missing touch that will pull this whole look together.
Red Brick Wallpaper
This bold and contrasting print has hallway written all over it. Make an impact with just this element and some hanging pendants.
Here's an option with a gray background for a nursery space. Plus, the bold pink palette makes the perfect statement.
This handy little pencil holder fashioned out of an industrial light would make a quirky addition to any industrial-chic office.
Factory Pencil Holder
This small-scale climbing rose wallpaper reminds me of summer holidays and country cottages. Who could fail to be cheered by seeing this every day?
Go bold with this scarlet red damask wallpaper in a vintage pattern. Not only does it look good, but it feels great too — it's flocked!
I love these lampshades. The contrast of the black against the bright florals would be amazing on the right lamp.
Rosa Alba Drum Shades
I resolve to keep my bathroom looking like a spa with fresh and crisp neutral towels. These monogrammed ones are a modern take on a traditional concept.
Forget displaying the average cardboard tissue box. These chambray containers make for a much classier presentation.
Be the queen of the day with these smashing pillows. The cotton chambray gives them a relaxed look, and the pop of red is sure to create a buzz in your decor.
I love the watercolor brushstrokes on this abstract wallpaper. It's soft and inviting and yet so modern and sweet.
My two girls would love this pink floral wallpaper — they are obsessed with pink. It's nicely balanced by a neutral background, so it feels like something they could grow into.
Julien McDonald's colorful butterfly design looks particularly stunning against the black backdrop of this wallpaper.
This guy looks like he just came out of the wild woods. I'd love to add him to my mantel for the holidays.
Olav Tea Light Holder
This playful floral mixture would be the perfect jumping-off point for a little girl's room. Pull colors from the paper for other decor elements — maybe purple silk trim on the drapes and orange bedding with white piping.
It's hard to believe these placemats are actually made out of paper. They're festive without being too precious.
I imagine this number paired with a wall sink that features a fabulous pleated skirt in an incredible pattern. The best thing about this wallpaper? Depending on your coordinating fabric, you can make it whatever you want: Up the ante with a vibrant, busy pattern, or tone it down with a solid skirt...
Distinguished and elegant bathrobes are the epitome of hotel luxe. These monogrammed numbers are incredibly soft and dry quickly.
This sweet wallpaper pattern would look lovely on a single accent wall in a guest bedroom or in a powder bath.
Adding antlers to a room always brings a bit of charm in a rustic sort of way. I love the idea of using them as a towel hook for your beach towels or even in the bathroom.
White Resin Deer Antlers
I'm dying to decorate a bedroom around this wallpaper. The black and white is so chic, and the flowers aren't too busy like they are in some toiles.
Make tea time even sweeter with this pretty sugar bowl in the iconic Linear Stem print by Orla Kiely. The lid of exotic Freijo wood adds a nice contrast to the bowl too.
Cheese boards are the little black dress of entertaining, and the entertainer in your life will love a new cheese board. The personalization on these ones makes them even more special.
I so want one of these! For the person who has everything, why not add a velvet hot water bottle holder to the mix? This would cure any aches and pains in no time. I love the cheery color choices too.
To some, this paper may be a bit old-fashioned, but it could be incredibly unusual and interesting in a living room mixed with the right decor — I'm thinking a teal blue velvet sofa.
These simple monogrammed frames are so pretty for showcasing your loved ones. I'm smitten with the idea of engraving initials.
This vase keys into the current utility trend. I would team it with several in different sizes for a side table vignette.
Ceramic Bird Teapot
If it even remotely resembles a Greek key motif, I'm all over it. Greek key is classic, but this colorway says, "I'm not my mother's Greek key. I'm youthful and modern." For me, this is the perfect mix.
Put a twist on the traditional julep cup with this modern hexagon shape. Pack it with crushed ice, a shot (or two) of bourbon and a drizzle of mint-infused simple syrup. Don't forget a straw and a sprig of mint for garnish!
Monogrammed napkins always make a perfect gift for the entertainer. They'll always think of you when they use them! Plus, you can choose a classic monogram style or something special at this shop.
Personalized bags tied with festive grosgrain ribbons are perfect for gifting favorite wines or other treats.
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