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I feel like I am always looking for an inexpensive way to put up artwork without having to have it framed or buying a frame (or something else). I love the idea of just tacking things up with these merchant nails. They have an old fashioned quality that seems to stand on its own. Just tack it up...
This matte white works fairly well in traditional/transitional settings. White grout gives a very seamless/monolithic look, while dark grout makes every little shape pop.
Excess hangers take up room where space is at a premium. Purge the hangers and store them in their very own hamper.
Using an unconventional container for storing things can add some fun to a room. I like the idea of using this metal basket to store a stack of old books with matching bindings.
A perfect stone for floors in a modern or traditional space. Is truly adaptable to it's surroundings and furnishings.
Who doesn't love a good geometric pattern on a rug? Take a classic pattern like this in a bright, fun color and you've got a versatile rug that would be equally at home in formal or casual areas.
I know I'm not the only one who's excited about ruffles being back in style—can you get any more feminine? These ruffled curtains from Urban Outfitters let soft light drift into a room, and add a perfectly sophisticated and girly touch.
I seem to always be looking for large, dramatic pieces for my walls. I love the idea of textiles displayed. This one from Urban Outfitters is an affordable option.
If you like the idea of a lantern, but perhaps the ornate wrought iron styles are too Mediterranean for the decor of your house, consider this slim and elegant style. I would love to see this hanging in a clean and contemporary foyer.
A simple cylinder within a cylinder makes for an elegant transitional pendant. Subtle in this white and clear version, the other available colors show the contrast between the cylinders a bit more.
For the master bath, I wanted a pedestal tub. I was not a "tub" person when I moved in, but I am now! I had no idea how life-changing this tub would be. It is so luxurious to take a soak now. It's worth the splurge.
I first spied these cheerful sunny yellow seahorse pillows in a Houzz room, and I'm excited to find a source for them! I love the symmetry, and doesn't the male seahorse carry the baby seahorses or something? I like that idea a lot as well.
Ombré bedding can create a soothing effect. This blue duvet set takes you away to exotic lands with its ocean colors.
This gorgeous wallpaper is perfect for a kid's room, powder room or closet. I love the idea of this sweet pattern in a small space.
For some reason this chandelier makes me think of Arrested Development's George Bluth's book "Caged Wisdom." A lovely chandy encased in a white iron cage with antiqued mirror trim? Brilliant glam-meets-industrial idea!White iron cage is highlighted with a little sparkle. The trim is antiqued mirror...
This Lego storage box actually looks like a Lego. I like the idea of getting these in an assortment of colors and color-coding the Lego collection.
I love the idea of a throne in the home; you can reserve it for special guests and have good fun having them play Queen or King while you cater to their whims. If you're an ardent Anglophile, this silver chair would be the crowning glory to your themed room. A distressed finish gives the chair a...
Are you cooking for your loved one today but don't want to have your hands smelling like garlic for the rest of the night? I love the idea of having a gadget that chops the garlic in such a futuristic way! This might be the new conversation piece in your kitchen.
If you are looking for authenticity, then look no further than this hand-crafted copper dome pendant. The hammered shade oozes old-world charm.
The aqua color and forged iron combine to create this whimsical towel rack. Perfect for waterside showers!
What a novel idea! This little combo is a table brush set meant for sweeping up crumbs in between meals. But I can see it sweeping up stray coffee beans and grinds over in the coffee station.
Table Brush Set
This seagrass sectional lends itself to a cottage, covered porch or sunroom. It adds a lot of texture to a space.
Having a separate independent steamer, grill or induction cooktop in addition to a traditional gas range is a home cook's ultimate dream set up.
I love the idea of having enough seats for a whole lot of people to sit comfortably. Having outdoor seating like this would make me happy.
This mini-fire pit has a stylish, contemporary look to it and is the the perfect outdoor heating solution that fits on a side table. It's like giving your guest their own personalized eternal flame to sit by their chair - warmth and light.
I actually love this light for a kitchen, washing a wall of tile or over a furniture style bookcase, even in a soffit. Using lighting like this adds instant depth to a design. Comes in four different finishes.
These tiny tables from Roche Bobois are irregularly shaped, like smooth pebbles found on the beach. The metallic hues would add some vibrancy to the space. Unfortunately, anything that is labelled "price on request" is probably not a good idea for a family space.
For a more colorful take on the ombré trend, I love the idea of adding these blue/green glasses to my spring table. They feature a fade from emerald to pale aqua. Lovely!
Throw pillows can be a fun and exciting element for a little one. I adore the idea of this anchor sitting on a chair or bed.
The simplicity of this design literally enables the user to visualize exactly how this furniture functions. I'm reminded of the smart iPad covers. The back can be completely reclined if you like the idea of using it as a bed or bench instead.
Such a pretty and classic pattern. Would work great on a bathroom floor as an inlay or a backsplash tile in a kitchen. Can be customized in any color stone you want.
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