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The industrial style that's been taking over home design lately can count me as one more fan. I'd add a touch of the style to my own house with this compact metal secretary. Favorite part: the little label holders on the top drawers — helpful when looking for the scissors.
Live life on the edge with this cocktail table. It features a slab of reclaimed wood on the top, creating a rustic, natural element sure to perk up any room. The base is made of aged metal with an X-brace shape that promises to be exciting inside or out.
If you're going to incorporate midcentury modern designs into your home decor, there's nothing more retro than classic martini glasses. These have brushed nickel on the outside and a shiny finish on the inside, perfect for a swanky evening cocktail.
-Plantation style wood detailing-Gray finish-French country style bin pulls and cabinet handles-Interior cabinets feature lighter finish
French Country Plantation 4 Door Hutch Cabinet- Large
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Casting light in plenty of brilliant directions, this lantern spices up a deck or patio. It would work just as well inside, spilling light around a room without overdoing it.
A beautiful terrarium allows the outdoors to come inside. Use this as a centerpiece or place it in the solarium.
This lamp by Gabby Home is the perfect example of how a tiny metallic detail (on the neck of the lamp) can add so much. I also love that the inside of the lampshade is a metallic gold.
I'd fill a couple of wire baskets with everyday baby items for easy access on the changing table's shelves. The wire allows an open view of what's inside.
If you are a cheese lover you need a good place to store your cheese. This is what I use and it works great — no more foil or plastic bag mess. Just lift the lid, take your cheese and place it back inside and into the refrigerator when done. It's also very easy to clean.
RARITET Cheese Dome
I may love the great outdoors, but I despise flies. When bugs come inside my home or campsite, it gets personal. Swat the little buggers in style!
When you have dogs, sometimes you feel like they're talking over your life and your home. These pet beds ease the sting of that feeling by at least making it a stylish takeover. They come in multiple colors and designs to fit in with your decor. Both you and your dogs will love them.
Designer Comfy Pet Couch
You would never guess that this jewel box actually hosts a candle inside. I'm a fan of the elephant figurine, and would place this alongside my most beautiful perfume bottles and cosmetics prominently displayed.
For those who like their gold a little more subtle, this lamp is white on the outside, but gold on the inside.
I'd never put outdoor lounging and beanbag chairs together until I saw this smart-looking quilted version in person. Sinking into it with a book seems far more preferable to awkwardly adjusting in a chair to get comfortable. And it's just as at home indoors as out, so you can drag it inside...
Mighty-B Bean Bag
Oh golly, this is my bistro chair crush. I never got over these, and they are so inexpensive. They're even weather resistant, which is almost too good to be true.
I actually just hung these beautiful Lenda curtains in my own home. Although they are 100 percent cotton, they have the look and feel of linen, and for a fraction of the cost.
Canvas is a great material to store away clothes and linens in. It lets the fabrics breathe and takes up minimal space inside a closet. These come with an attached label to help you remember what you've put in each one.
For me it's the element of surprise offered by this pasta bowl that make it stand out from other designs currently on the market. That yellow stripe detail inside adds further visual interest to the terracotta exterior.
Many candle lanterns tend to be slightly girly, but these pierced ceramic ones have a rustic look that's more masculine.
Wiffle Small Lantern
I can't help but swoon over these vintage-inspired appliances. This '50s-style Smeg refrigerator is retro cool on the outside and state-of-the-art modern on the inside. Plus, you can choose from a range of retro-mod colors.
Twelve candle-like lights work together with iron branches to create a truly stunning chandelier. You'll admire the beauty of nature inside your home all year-round with this forest-inspired piece. Just imagine these branches elegantly illuminating your dining room or entryway.
Mason jars can be used for just about anything. If you're having a small gathering, use them as glasses. For larger parties, use them as vases on the center of your table or place a votive candle inside and set the mood for an outside soiree.
You can never have too many benches — kind of like baskets. They are so practical and have so many uses. Put one in a foyer or inside your back door as your catch-all. Or, even place it at the end of your bed.
Cast shell inlaid with capiz shells. Metal posts in acacia wood base. Finish is pearlized to resemble a real shell.
Giant Capiz Clam
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I love to put a tiny dash of crazy old lady in every room in my home, and I mean that as the highest compliment. This exuberant floral fabric paired with the very strong and curvy lines of this armchair are an amazing mix.
Can you believe this sparkling white pouf is made for the outdoors? Thankfully, that means it's extra stain resistant and easily wiped down, so it would be perfect for using inside a home with kids (or pets) too.
This bust makes me bust out laughing. And after being inside with cabin fever, I am ready for a good, punchy laugh in my home. This dapper sheep will surely add some quirk to your mantel.
This vintage ice box would make the perfect spot to stash all of your fishing tackle and beach-combing gear... if by "fishing tackle and beach-combing gear" you mean the bar! Who doesn't want a lovely little rustic libation after an exhaustive seashell collecting session?
I love this basket. It allow you to rinse off your flowers and vegetables before bringing them inside...great idea! What a great gift this would make for the person who loves to garden.
Burpee's Garden Hod
Here is the splurge of the day: a great boxy desk/cabinet with midcentury French styling. Store all your paperwork inside, close the writing lid and you have one terrific looking chest. And it's just so handsome in black.
I love it when I see something on Houzz, put a question out there such as "Where in the world did those fabulous pendant lights come from???" and someone chimes in and tells me. That was how I tracked down the Octo Lamp, and I never would have found it on my own. Add some Scandinavian style (and...
Octo Lamp by SECTO
Who doesn't love a home tour? This book gives you a rare peak inside some of the most beautiful seaside homes in the world.
This vase is pretty enough on its own, with nothing inside it. A little collection of them would be darling on a mantel shelf.
Small Melon Lanterns
I can see a small kitchen herb garden in this wide planter. Green herbs would look terrific with a blue or orange color. Use it inside or out with great effect.
This pendant light has been on my wish list for a while now. I love the industrial and elegant feel! I have the perfect spot for two of them in my kitchen above my bar area.
My heart went pitter-patter when I spotted this sweet but modern dollhouse. It is a delightful addition to any little girl's world. When unused, simply store the dolls and furniture inside the house, and then flip it around so that only the clean side is visible.
After having a child, some switch clicks inside that suddenly allows you to see potential danger everywhere. For me, that meant trading in sharp-edged stone coasters — which looked like the perfect size and shape for toddler hands to chuck across the room — for some nice and soft felt ones.
This set of furniture is funky and striking with is quilted pattern and bright red lacquer. I love that they can be benches, side tables or ottomans. Versatile and great looking, the trio will really tie together a space and stand out.
Red Quilt Garden Living Set
This white stackable planter would be perfect for succulents, and it's so interesting! It would look gorgeous inside or out, in a sparse modern space or a more traditional space.
Sometimes my problem with lunch bags is how everything fits inside. My orange will be rolling around, and my sandwich will get squished. This double-decker bag solves that problem with a zippered top tier for soft, loose items, and the bottom tier has a firmly packed lunch container.
This is a Fair Isle twist on the advent calendar. Little doors reveal the Christmas treats that you put inside.
Treat yourself to a good set of metal measuring cups and spoons. These ones by All-Clad are dishwasher safe and can be used as mini pans on the stove — who knew? Plus, they have markings on the inside to show off-size measures. I love them.
I am obsessed with this crisp, clean lacquered box! Store your pens, pencils and Post-its inside, or use it as a jewelry box. It is a great way to stylishly organize your room, and your friends are sure to compliment you on this magnificent piece.
I saw these papier-mâché eggs at Williams-Sonoma a few years ago, and it seems like they are a staple every spring. I can’t wait to crack this egg open and get to all of the treats inside!
This large hurricane is perfect for my centerpiece. I would fill the bottoms with coffee beans and then nestle a candle inside for a warm glow.
A beautifully scented candle is always a welcome hostess gift. This one by Diptyque brings the earthy scent of rare woods inside.
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