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Yellow and gray (or citron and platinum) is one of my favorite color combinations. The bold painterly strokes have a Kelly Wearstler vibe.
I used this recently on a project, and it is beautiful. It has the perfect color combination of linen, blue, green and a grayish purple. I put it with a white matelasse and painted the walls a beautiful shade of sea glass.
Any girly girl would love this pink, tufted bench. Not only is it extra seating, but it provides extra storage for stuffed animals, toys or even blankets. Despite the color, it's a timeless piece that would work well from birth to college.
Now this is a pouf I can stand by! It has such a gorgeous pattern and such pretty shades of blue and gray. It's perfect for extra seating or a spot to rest your feet.
Kew Dhurrie Pouf
I have a sewing machine. I haven't used it yet, but maybe I'm just waiting on the right kind of fabric, like this chevron print with swallows on it. It's so fun! I would love to make throw pillows for my living room out of this fabric.
West Elm's textiles rarely disappoint, and the forthcoming season's offerings look set to continue this trend. These patterned and colored stripe designs are my favorite.
This beautiful upoholsterd This elegant bed has a high, upholstered, tufted headboard and a matching cover around the built-in box spring.Queen Bed: 85"L x 61"W; Headboard: 62"H.King Bed: 85''L x 77''W; Headboard: 62"H.Handcrafted; cushioned with premium padding; Kiln-dried, double-doweled and...
The soft and stormy gray of this comforter, along with its satiny creases, would be perfect for snuggling into on a rainy night — or any night.
This unusual paper creates the effect of a leather Chesterfield, complete with a fully buttoned fabric design. Just imagine that on a wall.
A chandelier worthy of Jay Gatsby himself. This opulent crystal chandelier exemplifies all the best features of the roaring '20s, while still looking appropriate in your contemporary dining room.
Transition into spring with Sebastian bed linens. Warm but not overwhelming, these linens from Court of Versaillies are beautifully designed in a quilted silk pattern.
"Sebastian" Bed Linens
It would be impossible to awaken in a bad mood under this beautiful bedding. It's named Felicia, which means “happy!” What a perfect name for bedding that's feels like a gorgeous ray of sunshine.
This little hedgehog clock from Decoylab would add so much personality to a nursery, and I love that it's not too cutesy — so it would work even after the little one has moved out of the crib. Be sure to check out the other animals in their shop as well!
Adorable little boats with spinning sails hang from white painted branches on this mobile from Made by Mosey. I love the patchwork details and softly stuffed shapes, and baby will too! Each piece is handmade by Melbourne-based artist Madeleine Sargent.
This throw is a fun way to add geometric interest, while still keeping a neutral palette. I like the yellow trim as well.
Remix Blanket, Gray
This19th century French painted chest is in one of the most striking shade of ice blue. I would put it in the kitchen to store my table linens.
Antique Painted Chest
This product is part bookshelf and part toy storage. You can use the handy chalkboard labels to organize books by subject or popularity.
Woven baskets in various shapes and sizes always soften a room. These would be great for gathering toys, firewood or rolled-up blankets.
I've always been a fan of John Robshaw's textiles, and this handsome pattern would appeal to both men and women alike. I'm keen on a few throw pillows for my sunroom.
The colors and design of the birds on this mobile are reminiscent of midcentury design and evoke a sense of the Arts and Crafts era.
A zigzag of patchwork color brings this rug to life. It comes in a variety of sizes and could even be used as a runner up your stairs.
When I look at this pillow, I imagine late afternoons lounging on comfortable chairs, sipping on a cold drink and relaxing with a good decor magazine.
Pop Swirls Pillow
This lace rug is a beautiful way to add a pop of pink plus texture to a sweet girl's nursery. A great subtle shade that goes well with almost any other pink details. This can grow up with your baby's taste as she grows into her teen years. But not yet.
Beep Beep! This duvet set has loads of fun bold graphics for a child's room and its grid pattern keeps things modern.
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