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We're suckers for furniture art, and this collection just melts our hearts! It would be fun in a home office or feminine powder room. The collection also includes a fan, crystal-dripped lamp, room mirror and ornate chandelier. The block prints are so unique.
Dresser Print Wall Art
One or two round pillows on your sofa will surely mix things up a bit. I love this hand-blocked and embroidered creation by John Robshaw.
This one is high on my lottery wish list. It’s so simple and elegant with its refined style, clean lines, sleek design and quiet color-blocking. It’s a stunner that stands on its own.
There are already so many ABCs available online, but I love the idea of this print made to look like toy blocks. Plain, simple and minimalistic, it would be great in a workspace or child's room.
Pillows are always a fun and inexpensive way to update your decor. These days I’m loving small block-print patterns like this one by Kalyana Textiles.
A pair of smaller scale sofas (this one is 72 inches long) are versatile. They work well in many rooms (unlike some sectionals) and can face each other or sit at right or left angles. And if you move, you even have the option of separating them to use in different rooms. The two my family and I...
These adorable hand-blocked pillows are just neutral enough to blend into any decor. They are classic casual and would fit as nicely in a neutral space as they would in a more colorful one.
You don’t have to choose between light and dark woods — you get the best of both worlds in this striking, high-contrast piece. The stained oak side is a set of three drawers that creates a nice linear feature. A retro starburst clock on or over this sideboard would complement its strong lines and...
Sometimes it's nice to switch up the rustic wood-block cheese board for something considerably more elegant. I love glass trays — there's something very pristine about them. The decorative silver ring centerpiece on this one is a signature feature of the designer. Would it be wrong to use it for...
What a great idea! A side wall/windbreak for a pop-up canopy. Sometimes you really need to block out the sun, and I'm thinking of putting my tailgate serving table on the side with this wall.
Ferrick Mason's Tropicana pattern makes my heart sing. It exemplifies a beautifully hand-blocked linen fabric.
This is such a cute keepsake box! This hand-painted beach pail features a beach ball, shovel and building block.
Keep your guests warm with these gorgeous hand-blocked Dohar quilts. The fact that they look extremely Christmas-y is pure coincidence.
These side tables seem to be having an identity crisis! Part rough-hewn wood block and part jewel-toned lacquer, they would be real conversation pieces.
Jonathan Adler can do no wrong in my book, and these napkins are a testament. Block-printed for a special touch, they are chic enough to keep tableware as simple as possible.
I can tell that my current ice blocks aren't going to make it much longer before they start oozing their inner goo. I think I'll replace them with some of these fun shapes from Pottery Barn Kids.
Even though these napkins are technically coral and not mistletoe, I think their metallic, hand-block-printed look by Muriel Brandolini is just festive enough.
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.
Have you ever heard of a paper rug? Well, here it comes! Made by the Danish design brand Hay, it really is made of 100 percent paper. And yet it is long-lasting, solid and beautifully designed with color blocks.
Paper Carpet, Peach
I’m not sure you could really create a proper boho bedroom these days without using some of John Robshaw’s beautiful block-print textiles.
This block-printed table runner with hints of blue will match your blue and white serving pieces seamlessly.
This color-blocked bread board is a rustic and practical addition to any kitchen. It's the perfect length for cutting fresh baguettes.
Gentle and natural scrubbers made with peach pits are great for wooden cutting boards or butcher block counters.
I love the combination of the butcher’s block in a lovely warm maple with the stainless steel base. This is a piece that needs a permanent place in the kitchen to serve as a handy additional worktop.
John Boos Kitchen Trolley
I love wooden toys. This puzzle can act as wooden blocks until your little guy/girl is ready to put it together. Plus, each block feature six darling fruit pictures.
I love that stepping stones have evolved from the ordinary blocks you can get at your home improvement store. This round, cast stone has a beautiful pattern stamped in the stone and cut out of the middle. It's a great way to create an interesting walkway through your garden.
This colorful rug from Danish design label Hay evokes a retro feeling with its color blocking and fading shades of blue, mustard and pink. It’s a great statement piece.
Colour Carpet 03
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