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Reminiscent of a rolling door, this space-saving beauty has tons of potential for any room in the house. Use it in the kitchen, the pantry, a playroom or even the dining room.
I love a table laid with a white, hemstitched linen tablecloth. It is so timeless, classic and elegant without being fussy.
Tossing that old, cracked plastic waste bin and replacing it with one like this pretty metal number will kick things up a notch.
White 3-Gallon Waste Can
I love this linen set from Restoration Hardware, but what makes it unique is the set or rope tie backs.
Houzz friend and author of the design blog chictip Keren says "The Grassy Lawn Charging Station is artificial grass to cushion your gadgets while they charge. Allow your cameras, phones, MP3 players, etc. to relax while they rejuvenate!"
This is such a fun pattern! The simple color scheme and the ornate print would make for a fantastic headboard.
This barely there off-white feels warm and soft like suede. I'd use it for a tranquil, spa-like bedroom.
We can picture it now: creaking hardwood floors, shuttered windows, crisp linens and this beautiful raw silk bed skirt — the makings of a perfect farmhouse bedroom.
A striped vase is a quick way to dress up your console table. These come in a variety of colors and sizes and would look great in a group of three.
A great set from the French masters of enameled cast iron. We love Le Creuset and use it more than anything else in our kitchen. This is a good choice of items for a smaller kitchen or family, we tend to use the larger pieces again and again, plenty of leftovers...
You can feel a sense of movement looking at this wall decal of a tree with blossoms blowing in the wind. In this color palette, they seem like cherry blossoms.
I cannot get enough of ikat and this pattern truly takes the cake when it comes to upholstered pieces. The deep indigo makes it classic enough to last several years without looking dated.
This charming bed adds a healthy dose of lovely color and a Scandinavian simplicity that is calming. It's great for bedtime! Also available in black or white.
A quilt brings some enchantment to any kid's room. This one is very delicate and can be for boys or girls.
Chesterfield sofas are deep, tufted sofas with arms and back of the same height. This is actually an Old Hickory sofa and not exactly a Chesterfield, but it's a similar effect and would bring some country estate elegance to a contemporary room.
I have a rotating fleet of white duvets and covers, but every year, I itch for another! Maybe something heavier, with a thicker weave and more comfort. Unison has never let me down in the past, and this duvet has been on my wish list for a while.
This quatrefoil-like pattern works with a range of room styles, and would look equally good in a bedroom, dining room or anywhere else that you're looking for a subtle geometric pop.
These flower wall decals not only add great style to a room, but give a great wallpaper effect, too.
There's nothing more uncomfortable during summer than sleeping with heavy bedding. If you want to have stylish, light, breathable sheets, this happy yellow set might be for you.
White bath towels always bring a crisp feeling to the bathroom. There's never anything wrong with keeping things simple when it comes to decor.
Instead of wasting money on paper napkins that will just get tossed out, I love using linen cocktail napkins at parties. They are perfect to handout with a glass of wine or a holiday champagne punch. I've also given monogrammed napkins as gifts. They make great bridal shower and wedding gifts.
Table lamps are my favorite way to add color to a room in an unexpected way. The Anita lamp from Alexa Hampton with its soft blue curves and crisp shade is the perfect accent.
Anita Table Lamp
Classic white ceramic hexagon tile is staple of many vintage style bathrooms. Mix with white subway tile or add a color, works with just about anything.
These simple, beachy baskets are perfect for corralling all of your summer essentials in a well-trafficked entryway — from beach towels to sand castle molds, spare sunscreen and flip-flops.
Create your own cozy breakfast nook with this 3 piece corner set. Add your own cushions or pillows for a personal touch that coordinates with your existing decor.
While chinoiserie is usually associated with traditional, even stately, interiors, a decal is a more modern way to incorporate pretty chinoiserie designs. I'd like to do this one in gold against a dark gray wall in the dining room.
Have you always wished your kitchen had an island? Add additional counter space and storage to your kitchen with this versatile kitchen island.
A set of rustic hooks on reclaimed wood would be a beautiful way to store towels in a bathroom. The oversize dimensions of this rack make it a very cool piece to include.
Make a gallery wall out of entirely white mismatched frames. These frames would go well in a shabby-chic (oh how I hate that term) or more rustic Scandinavian environment.
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