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I get so tired of the pot-and-pan avalanche that happens every time I open my cabinets. This cookware organizer is a great way to ensure that nothing is precariously perched on top of anything else.
Two-Tier Cookware Organizer
The clear, crystal and metal bubble shade adds a touch of elegance to this lighting fixture and coalesces style with elegance.
Wall decals as an organizational tool — these can easily be written on, erased and moved at a moment's notice.
Designed in Italy, this modern perpetual calendar features lacquered metal elements and plastic months and days.
2013 Bubble Calendar
This massive hanging perpetual calendar measures over 30 inches and would look especially appropriate in an industrial setting.
Hanging Perpetual Calendar
Are you part of "The 99%"? Then this take on an advent calendar is for you. Instead of presents or fattening treats, pull out a happy thought each day.
This wood calendar and chalkboard is the perfect piece to keep you organized in the entryway, and with vintage flair.
If it takes a village to raise a child, it stands to reason that it could take a village to prepare a child for Christmas. This advent calendar is made of individual houses to hang on a traditional tree or a modern, twiggy version like the one shown.
Christmas Decoration Advent...
Simply switch out the wood panels to change the date with this interactive wooden desktop perpetual calendar.
Stick-Up Weekly Calendar
The sweet patterned fabric in this advent calendar reminds me of tea towels, so I would hang it up in the kitchen (especially a lovely kitchen with a fireplace).
Bunting Advent Calendar by Sew...
Burlap, twine and clothespins come together for a rustic and cute way to count down to Santa's arrival. I think it would look perfect with a simple mantelscape of twigs and red berries.
I love the modern graphics on the Cute Animal Calendar from Loopz. Sure, it's great for a child's room, but it's fresh and cheerful in a grownup's office as well.
Bring Legoland to your office desk with the Puzzle calendar. Rebuild the blocks to change the dates each month.
This Cute Superhero printable calendar is modern yet kid friendly, making it perfect for families with young children. The flaming skull character for October is my favorite.
A perpetual desk calendar is far more design savvy than tacking a paper one up on your wall. Plus, it adds a bold graphic element to the decor.
Perpetual Block Calendar
Hand-knit by Irmi Black, this charming advent calendar, which comes complete with mini clothespins and wood-burned numbers, will certainly be passed down for generations to come.
Your office supply superstore has everything you need to make this advent garland. I'd skip the Smarties and stuff the envelopes with something chocolatey.
The large pockets of this one let you fill each day with an extra special gift. Let the kids take a turn each day, or put in presents they can share.
I don't think I can properly articulate just how much I love this geometric typographic calendar. I mean, really, it's just plain awesome.
How great is this decal chalkboard? It is pre-spaced on a transfer sheet, making application a cinch. Write on it with chalk or a chalk pen and never miss an appointment, practice, deadline, meeting, phone call or payment again.
Leftover wedding favor boxes and rubber stamps make this calendar easy to make. Add a little glitter for extra flair.
I have been a fan of INK+WIT founder Tara Hogan for a number of years now, and the new 2012 letterpress calendar is definitely going on my wish list! Called "Into the Calm," it features gorgeous soft shades of gray punched up with mustardy yellow. The bonus is that you can trim it and frame each...
The numbers on this minimalist calendar grow and shrink depending on the current moon phase. And that, my friends, is awesome.
Moon Calendar 2013 by Edubarba
Matt Adrian is the artist behind the popular shop The Mincing Mockingbird, and his new calendar for 2012 is filled with beautifully reproduced prints of his original bird paintings — the colors he uses are just fantastic.
When you're a kid, it takes forever for Christmas to finally get here. To help the time pass, buy or make a simple advent calendar. Fill small socks and mittens with little gifts for your children to open each day as they countdown the days to Christmas.
Do you have someone artsy on your list? This calendar of retro camera photos is functional and like art in its own right.