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Stripes are everywhere in design these days. This gray and black shower curtain is just right for a masculine bathroom or for someone who is a bit on the minimalist side. I love that the horizontal stripes are bold. This shower curtain certainly makes a statement.
If you don't have room for a whole hall tree, consider a smaller option like this mail and key rack for storing your bills and car keys.
I'm a sucker for a tufted headboard, and am also loving the glam style of this bed. It comes in a range of fabric options, so you can choose one that best works with your bedroom palette.
A modern icon with an interesting texture and geometry, this classic from the prolific George Nelson is a must-have fixture for modernists. It's the perfect pendant over a round eat-in kitchen table, as well as many other spots!
Hand-cut European crystals are the star of this gorgeousl chandelier that is sure to dazzle your dinner guest with its beauty. The wrought iron frame has been given an "Old Silver" finish. Perfect for the dining room. * 29"Dia. x 34"T. * 6' chain and hanging canopy included.
Looking for wall art without having to commit? These display boxes are perfect for showing off the items you love in any space.
Paisley and zebra stripes atop bright pink linens...such a whimsical and delightful combination for a young lady of any age. Tailored cotton canvas seven-pleat dust skirts with 2" zebra-stripe border have an 18" drop.
This is the first time I've seen a gold-plated version of the Arc Floor Lamp. I'm in love with gold right now, and the marble base gives it a classic look.
The ceiling of the room is painted with Benjamin Moore's Cliffside Gray, cut with 75-percent white. This is an idea you could easily use in your own home.
This fun sign from Sundance adds quirky charm to a kitchen. It's another way of saying "help yourself to whatever's in the fridge." Made by an Amish craftsman called Rusty Merv.
Beckett Dark Walnut Buffet
Clarke 98-Inch Sofa, Ink
An American classic in bentwood this bed is an inspiration-I love the lines and the beautiful simplicity of form. In walnut veneer.
Case Study Alpine Bed
Would a perennial garden really be complete without some classic peonies (Paeonia, zones 3 to 8)? They are beautiful cut flowers and are pretty substantial plants. I like to think of them as alternatives to roses.
Create an instant collection with these mirrors, a glam addition to any entry or hallway. I love the idea of these mixed with faded and crackled antique mirrors.
This porcelain Filigree Urn is crafted of fine porcelain ceramic, with the classic form of a ginger jar. The surface of the urn is hand-carved in an intricate cutout pattern, topped with a refreshing aquamarine glaze.
Aquamarine Filigree Urn
Perfect for that quick reminder or message, this chalkboard and basket combination would add function and charm to any wall.
I would love a bed like this. Having storage under the bed is ideal when you live in a small apartment. I love the shape as well.
I'm thinking of finding a secondhand dresser and replacing the knobs with these pliant jute rope handles. They'll immediately make the piece more seaworthy!
This build-it-yourself diorama kit is both a perfect oceanic accent and activity in one. I'd love a few lined up to capitalize on the rolling pattern of the undulating waves.
This cedar shed is a classic shed with sustainable materials. They have great big windows that open up to the garden. Use it as a workshed, home office or shop.
Cedarshed Haida Shed
Custom 2 1/4" solid cypress doors. Door cores are reclaimed from the scrap from the roof framing. Hardware is custom made exposed track, farm style in stainless steel.
Superior Steam Output, High steam output and wide diffusion from large steam head for quick and efficient wrinkle removal
Rowenta Precision Valet Commercial Garment Steamer
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This hefty drying rack fits in most tubs, so it's out of the way and drips can simply slide down the drain. It holds a lot of items at once, but folds away to take up minimal space.
If you desperately need a pot rack to free up space in your kitchen, but your ceiling is under nine feet, these short arms will embrace your pot rack, raising it up so the hanging pots don't block the view through your kitchen. They're made of steel with a hammered steel finish. (Super-strong...
Enclume Rack it Up! Low Ceiling Arms
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This elegant console table looks like a dreamy find from a French flea market. It's beautiful marble top is supported by intricate ironwork. Use it as a console table in an entryway or as a sideboard in a small dining room.
Marble Console Table
I've already pledged my allegiance to sheepskin, so it's little wonder I also like this thick pile shaggy carpet tile. Great to sink your feet into when you get out of bed.
I love the midcentury modern look of this sofa. The cool gray color allows just enough room for colorful accents.
A desk with good nooks and spaces makes my heart flutter. Imagine all the organization that's possible with this desk and hutch.
X marks the spot! I love the double Xes and wonder if they are there to remind me of hayloft doors or stand for the numeral 20? Who cares, this cabinet will bring the big shine and reflect the light no matter which room you use it in. I'm thinking of a pair for nightstands.
Vertically positioned wooden panels make up the design for this large wall mural. Use it to decorate your walls in a rustic style.
This scroll-back headboard is nothing short of amazing. The deep diamond tufting and nailhead trim paired with the white fabric is elegant and modern.
I must have this white peg board for storage on the back of the doors of my office/craft space. Peg boards let you configure any arrangement for hanging things.
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