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Rattan combined with solid birch, painted in vintage black with a rub-through finish, gives this beautiful bed a dramatic and stately appearance. Extra details include woven wood raffia basket-weave accents. * Queen bed, 87.3"L x 66.8"W x 66"T. * King bed, 87.3"L x 82.8"W x 66"T. *...
Rattan Bedroom Furniture
Bring the outside in with this patio inspired day bed. The rich wood paired with the cool leather makes you want to sprawl out on this piece and really share what's on your mind.
This iconic chair was designed by Le Corbusier, Charlotte Perriand and Pierre Jeanneret in 1928, and the trio was certainly jump-starting the aesthetic of mid-century modern furniture. It's an icon with an endorsement from MoMA, as it's part of their collection.
This firepit is an impressive scene with it's open style bowl. While definitely not the right choice for families with small children, there's something stunning about the recycled steel opening up to show a pile of glowing material with flames shooting out. If you have a large outdoor space, this...
Glass mosaic tiles are always popular. I like the organic texture and variation of color in these. They're pricey but perfect in small doses for a glamorous bathroom.
Iridescent Glass Mosaic Tile
I love the lines of this mirror, and the finish is so lovely. I could see it looking great in a powder room.
At a great value, this faux leather X-stool with espresso finish and dark upholstery is contemporary.
Investing in a solid wood bed in a double or queen size when your child is a toddler will ensure that the bed will last into the adult years. The simple shaker style of this Canadian-made bed is timeless.
We have so many talented local artists here in Lowcountry. Chase Allen is one I know personally. He has an extensive collection available and is willing to create custom pieces for his clients. My husband and I have talked about adding a school of stingrays to the entry wall.
I have long wanted a Federal mirror — I’m still kicking myself about the one I left behind at an antique show years ago! This would look stunning hung over a fireplace, especially one with a roaring fire.
I recently redecorated a living room for a client who had stone-top coffee table that we decided to keep. I love this table with a travertine top and metal legs from Crate & Barrel. I think it has the same vibe as the one in my client's home.
Does your kitchen window's view belie the otherwise perfectly-styled atmosphere that you've worked so hard to create? Control the uncontrollable and put an end to looking at your neighbor's trash cans or that pesky brick wall with these elegant window films from Brit Emma Jeffs. I love the soft...
Pearl Window Film
Wine Collectors Rejoice. This cabinet (3 are shown here) can store your bottles and leave a sideboard surface on top for displays, your foot spread, or for mixing cocktails. Additionally, the drawers offer the perfect spot for stashing coasters and bottle openers, and pull out slats offer...
These modular pieces are great for creating seating areas outdoors. Place them together in multiple formations to change the look of a space.
Look closely: This mirror has all sorts of thoughtful details. From the beveled glass to the edges of thin beading, it's these subtle notes that set it apart.30" x 40". Hangs vertically or horizontally.
One of our obsessions is the 'big black hole' which swallows up living rooms-terrible on design. This entertainment center is a good example of making a TV less of a dominant feature, in lovely reclaimed wood. By special order.
This sculptural coffee table is an interesting pairing of iron and marble. It can also introduce a circle into the mix of shapes in your room - everyone needs a curve now and then.
I would love a pair of these beautiful lamps in my master bedroom. They would look great contrasting with dark gray walls.
For a master suite or more formal guest bedroom, I love the idea of using this Anthropologie bed. The four poster style and strong geometric lines remind me of a ship's sleeping quarters.
Charcoal gray will anchor a lighter color cabinets and graphic tile if you want to go in that direction, if not keep it minimal, no problem either with this countertop.
The Spring Blossom duvet from West Elm is both lovely and soothing. Watercolors and pastels are perfect together.
Nice butcher block in walnut with recessed handles.Walnut is a favorite wood of ours for its incredible beauty. Available in several sizes.
I love to warm up by the flames of an outdoor fire. Imagine a group sitting around this one that's made of durable composite concrete. It's both good looking and practical. The fire sits 10 inches off of the ground, above vertical slots that allow drainage and let in air to feed the flames.
Triangulum Fire Pit
This updated take on a sleigh bed stands out from other version for its built in lights beneath the curve of the headboard. It basically eliminates the need for a reading lamp when buried in a book late at night.
The shape of and rustic wood material on this bed frame are fantastic. The high arches are my favorite.
The modern woman's magic broom. I love the wooden dark-grained handle and the sleek look of this heat-resistant silicone spatula.
One of the most iconic mid-century modern pieces of all time, the Nelson Sunburst Clock has been adding flair to all styles of room for more than 60 years.
This desk has just the right amount of detail. It has a bit of texture across the front and a ring drawer pull. While it fits right in with antiques, it has a pull-out keyboard tray for your computer.
Warming up hardwoods and tile floors with neutral rugs is easy. The pattern on this rug makes it look more thought out and purposeful.
Jullian Beige Shag Rug
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