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This has been on my wish list for sometime. I love the simplicity of this print and even more I love the words. Although summer is supposed to be relaxing it can be a little crazy with all the kids home from school. This print would be the perfect little something for an outdoor porch or a good...
I love the vintage industrial patina of this pendant lamp. It's rusty and crusty iron on the outside, with faceted antiqued mirrors on the inside.
The look of large bubbles in a cluster is a wonderful one to choose for over your dining table or in your entryway.
This sleek black table will add a play surface as well as bold artistic touch to your playroom. Not to mention that this high pressure laminate piece will fit beautifully into any space in the house without overpowering it with a "kid vibe." The side rack allows for materials to be on hand.
Offi Mag Table
Intricate wire and tiny lights add glow and a delicate texture overhead. This pendant is lovely on its own but also works well with others in a pair or trio.
Martha Stewart's Bedford Gray is a perfect warm gray. I would use this in an office, study or even a master bedroom for drama.
Old crafty patchwork can also be high fashion. It was made chic and fashion-forward by Jean Paul Gaultier, who used this mishmash approach to textiles in his latest haute couture collection.
This is perfect if you don't store a lot of bottles and need a multifunctional piece. Keep a few bottles close at hand and use the tabletop as a bar or decorative display.
Aside from the fact that it's made of reclaimed wood, the thing I love most about this table is that it reminds me of Jenga, which is one of my favorite games of all time!
The Industrial Era has a lot of style to offer to the Internet Era, as well as practicality. This can double as a bench, it has drawers and and an extra shelf for stashing coffee table books, magazines, cards, games and remotes. Oh, and for added fun, you can roll it all around the room.
Clean up or decorate with this simple flour sack kitchen tea towel with a bold moka pot print in red.
For a rustic addition to a living room or bedroom, try this wood mosaic mirror. It loudly announces the coming of fall and is sweet enough to keep up year-round. Just be sure to keep the rest of the surrounding decor light to avoid a lumberjack effect!
This beautiful and dramatic chandelier resembles large droplets cascading from a large and glamorous shower head. In addition to the hand-blown Czech glass, the mount is made of gorgeous hammered metal.
This book has become iconic over recent years, used in all the chicest spaces. Place it atop a coffee table for viewing, or frame a grouping of the plates and hang them on the wall.
Save a cup for me! This plate cover has its own bottomless cup. Perfect for a kitchen or bar, this vintage-style piece is good to the last flip.
I love to have a white board (or chalkboard) in my kitchen to make grocery lists on. I usually snap a picture of it with my phone before I head to the grocery store so that I don't forget anything on it.
This gorgeous chandelier is crafted from reclaimed French oak wine barrel staves and hoops. It has a timeworn classic European look and will add nice aged wood to your decor.
A chunky jute rug adds an easy touch of coastal decor to the room. It works as a neutral backdrop for whatever furnishings you choose.
Who says black and white stripes need to be repeating in your decor? Not I! The single black stripe on this jar and lid is really working for me here. I want to store all of my baking goodies in jars like this.
The colors in this print are lovely, but what attracted me was the childish sentiment being presented in such a sophisticated way.
Combine four independent cooktops to create your own custom large-scale cooktop, or separate them out with counter space in between.
I like how this vanity looks like a furniture chest with drawers and legs. Its classic design would smarten up any small bath. It is made of poplar solid wood with a birch veneer.
This Asian sideboard will not only bring some exotic style to your dining room but also a burst of bold color. It's got plenty of storage for your flatware, linens, even a gravy boat to boot!
Honestly, I would probably use these jars for something other than dog treats. I love the chalkboard label, as it contrasts nicely with the stark white jar and lid. It would look great on the kitchen counter or tucked neatly in the pantry.
This secretary is pure 1940s chic. I love how the coloring is feminine, but the structure is masculine. It's super classic, and chock full of storage! Plus, the leather-insert desktop adds a great sense of elegance.
I was just admiring a tall tufted headboard sort of like this one in a Houzz penthouse the other day. It draws the eye up vertically and helps you feel cozier when you're tucked in! The upholstery nail details are the perfect finishing touch.
This otherworldly form looks completely different from all directions. Oh, by the way, it's a fabric hanging light from Aqua Creations, and the first time I saw it was on Houzz in a gorgeous kitchen. I wish I could show it to you from all angles here, but I only have room for one picture!
I envision this filled with books, but this cupboard is awesome storage space for just about anything. As a bonus, the doors can be closed, so you don't have to worry about how messy the contents look.
I could add a bit of softness to the space with this mercury glass pendant light. It's got a nice bronze finish.
I love that these come as a set. You can hang the prints in a variety of different ways to make it more interesting, or spread them out because each piece is lovely by itself. Black and white doesn't have to be "blah."
Beckett Dark Walnut Buffet
A note to people with a big ugly dog crate in the middle of their living rooms/kitchens/bedrooms/etc. You don't even notice it anymore, you may even put your drinks and magazines on top of it, but it's ugly as sin, and no one has the guts to tell you. Problem solved with this crate/table combo.
This is a new take on a doormat. Because it's made of river rock every one is unique. The neutral colors will blend with just about any motif.
River Rock Floor Mat
This patchwork of bronze with varying patinas adds glamor to a room that is at once very contemporary yet a little retro. Oh, and if you check out the website, try the "swap chair" feature when looking at the images – it's really fun!
I'm sure you won't want to spill anything on your pricey tablet, so get this super-affordable wall mount, and put it safely out of harm's way. It fits any tablet and comes with two wall tabs to mount in two different locations. It would be great for the office too.
Hang a chalkboard anywhere with these peel and stick panels. Place above a desk for easy note-taking, or in the kitchen for jotting down your grocery list.
I want to create a fresh spin on Victorian, so I'm planning to paint the lower cabinets and the island in the kitchen I'm working on a medium gray. Benjamin Moore's Cape May Cobblestone fits that description.
A simple collection of vintage ice cream scoops is elevated to art in this photo by Laura Ruth. It would make a particularly cheerful addition to the kitchen.
I love this. The adorable Balloon USB Speaker plugs right in to your iPod, cell phone and anything that has a 35mm jack. It allows you to listen to your favorite tunes anywhere without having to wear ear buds.
How cool is this fireplace, which is portable - just move it where ever you'd like in the yard and light!
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