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Every playroom needs some bright and colorful toys. These vintage-inspired blocks are great for every generation and are gender neutral.
This mirror's frame is an assemblage of batik print blocks. From a distance it has a uniform look, but when you get up close you'll want to study all of the different pieces that make up the whole. It's a wonderful way to add a layer of global style to your home.
Large Block Print Mirror
I love that you can customize these handmade color-block curtains. For this space, I think a white, tan or cream paired with celander would be lovely.
This lovely linocut print by artist Ana See explores the relation between mother and young. Parents, this would look smashing in the nursery.
The "My Deer" print via Block Party Prints on Etsy is a playful buck. It's easy on the wallet at only $10 too.
These Easter blocks are a fun accessory for a tabletop and to welcome guests for this special holiday.
I'd love a set of these colorful little house blocks on my desk. Now I just need to ask my sister who lives in Japan to help translate the site, or bring some home on her next visit!
These colorful blocks with different colors, numbers and illustrations on each side are sure to entertain.
Block-print textiles are some of my favorites, and I love this light blue chrysanthemum set of cloth napkins. They would be lovely for a winter tablescape this season, or for any time of the year! I'm picturing these pairing perfectly with an all-white and natural table setting for winter or with...
This lampshade has been block printed and then embroidered using traditional Pakistani methods. I love that it's very neutral and still really cool.
The rich textures and strokes in this painting will bring depth and vibrancy to any room in your home.
I love this ottoman because you can mix it up with the square shape and different colors to create a fun, unique setting. It's great extra seating, a footrest, or double up as a side table with a cool tray when entertaining.
These block-printed napkins look perfect for tucking into a picnic basket or using at your outdoor dining table. The colors make me think of warm summer weather and meals alfresco.
Every table needs at least one runner on hand. It takes the place of a centerpiece when needed, and this pretty pattern is sure to do just fine.
Look at this modern take on the nautical theme. I would love to see this as a textile on a wingback chair.
Here's the great thing about these very dark navy napkins: You can serve barbecue, tomato sauce — anything really — and stains will disappear into the midnight background. Hurray!
Whether you use it to hold pens, toothbrushes, paintbrushes or something else entirely, this organizer has a sleek, industrial feel to it. Plus, it looks pretty awesome to boot.
Over the traditional wood block decor? How about these hand-painted neon blocks? I love that you can create different designs by moving the blocks around. I'm always in need of change, and these would keep things fresh.
Clear acrylic block frames like these are a great way to incorporate the look of Lucite into your home without investing a lot of time or money.
Acrylic Block Frame
Here's another essential for your office: a well-stocked bar. This large, chevron, lacquered tray by Madeline Weinrib is perfect for the job.
I love these block-printed napkins. The prints look so rich — and even though they would be great used as napkins, they would also be great sewn into pillows.
Framing fabric is popular now, so try framing a small quilt for a different look. I'd give it center stage in a small powder room.
This artful block is two toned (natural wood and white) and allows for a small plant. I love how simple and beautiful it is. It’s a great gift, especially for the hostess this season.
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