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You'd think tiny chandeliers dripping with teardrop-shaped crystals would cost a fortune. Luckily though, you'd be wrong! These clock in well under $100 a piece but instantly up the glam quotient in any space.
There's nothing more modern than a grid, and this simple grid of shelves fits right up against the wall, appearing to float. It can also serve as a modern room divider in a more open space.
Thanks to a range of possible materials for the panel inserts, these sliding doors from Modernus are insanely versatile. Use with glass to let in light, or try wood or lacquer inserts for a more defined division of space.
If you're looking to some functionality to an existing cabinet - this is a great option! But it may require a handyman to help you install it.
This beige is a good neutral that has enough of a backbone to not get completely lost in a room. Coat the walls in this color for a cozy feel.
Uniquely beautiful, the Alita chandelier will make a wonderful statement in any room. The outer shade of this fixture is handcrafted of silver-leafed metal strips. The strips are finished with black dry brushing and an antiqued stain.Large light is 22"Dia. x 14"T
Alita Basketweave Lights
I'm usually not a wall vinyl kind of girl, but I absolutely love the huge statement these bare winter trees decals make.
These sliding glass doors are unique because they slide and fold. For someone who doesn't want doors to always swing open and shut, this is a great alternative.
This is the coolest thing ever! I love that this art is alive. Nothing brings life and freshness to a space like a plant, and this is just an awesome way to display it.
I’m glad I came across this Logs & Twigs flooring, as it’s something I’ve never seen before in my life! So chic and natural, it immediately brings in a fresh breath of fierce forest air. This flooring looks flawless paired with distressed leather couches and antiqued wood furniture.
Logs & Twigs flooring
These are by far my favorite things I have on my patio. I string them from the house to the trees for soft light when my family dines outside.
I like this industrial chandelier for its modern twist that allows you to suspend five glass globes from one black iron bar. Go for a fomal look by hanging globes at the same level or mix things up by hanging them at different heights.
Firefly Pendant Lamp
This handsome piece of furniture hides all your home's dirty laundry without screaming "hamper!" I also like that there's space on top to hold detergent or fold clothes after they've been washed.
Beckham Pit Sectional
Labeling storage bins, jars and other compartments helps children learn how to sort items and keep organized. A label maker is practical, but I love the look of these reusable chalkboard labels.
Another great piece for the living room or bedroom. I love the simple greyscale with the pop of red — it looks so lovely together.
My future plans include replacing the living room/dining room carpet that flows into the kitchen with hardwood floors — a trick for making a small kitchen appear bigger!
This clock is a great conversation piece. I like words more than numbers, so this certainly is a fun option when it comes to telling time.
Exotic Moroccan Style has been a favorite on Houzz this year, in spite of how horrible Sex and the City II was. These intricate hand-tooled metal lanterns cast beautiful patterns on the wall and a warm soft glow. They are not your typical pendant light!
Who knew a sliding barn door could be the complete opposite of rustic? Done in colored glass available in a range of colors, this door looks ultra-contemporary, without a trace of farmhouse to it.
If installed in my son's bathroom, I am fairly certain I would take the title as the coolest mom ever.
I love the idea of getting all of those clunky, raggedy paper rolls and boxes out of my kitchen drawer, as well as making rolls of craft and wax paper a design element in the room.
This beadboard drying rack tucks up and out of the way when you're not using it to hang hand-washables to dry. It comes in black, honey or rubbed white.
Beadboard Drying Rack
This light kind of throws me for a loop, because each time I see it I think it's from a more expensive vendor. It quite eye catching, and the price will have you do a double take.
MASKROS Pendant Lamp
This chalkboard organizer is so customizable. The amount of pockets can be specified, so if you want a bigger writing space in the middle, you've got it. Otherwise, the individual spaces for bills, magazines and all the other cluttered papers make it easy to sort and separate.
I like this loft bed's simple design, but I love that it can convert from a high to a low bed. It's great for growing kids with changing tastes.
KURA Reversible Bed
Once upon a time, I had a caddy that I kept in between my washer and dryer to hold detergent, softener, etc. However, it was cheap and collected a lot of dust and lint. I love the idea of having a caddy with drawers. Out of sight, out of mind — well, at least until it's time to wash the next load.
The vintage industrial trend is in full effect right now, and I'm still enjoying it immensely, especially in the kitchen. That's why I like these pendant lights. The shape feels industrial, while the polished exterior looks sharp and modern.
It would be enough if this gorgeous piece were just a mirror, but it's so much more. Hidden behind the beveled mirror glass is a large compartment where you can store small treasures or valuables.
'Glam' Floor Mirror
I want this in a bad way. If you have children, you have stuff — and a lot of it. These are a perfect catch-all for book bags, coats, gloves, sports pieces and anything else that makes its way into the house. I love the idea of having a place to put stuff the minute you walk in the door.
Brady 4-Piece Double Bench...
Not only do the separate compartments allow you to stash remotes and magazines, the raised tops let one to work on a laptop or eat without hunching over the coffee table. Brilliant!
Occa Coffee Table
Kim Bryant - This is called a Pouf Ottoman, but it's so much more! Folks are using our poufs for desk chairs, end tables, laptop desks, foot stools, coffee tables and whatever we haven't thought of yet. They are made with high density foam that will hold an adult up to 250lbs.. Fabric for each pouf...