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Sure, you could put this handsome lion knocker on your front door, but I think it would be even more charming as a towel holder in the bath.
For a more subtle, subdued zebra print, these lamps blend well in any decor. We'd add them to a neutral scheme to keep the colors uniform but the patterns popping.
Every summer barbeque can use a few fun decorations. How about some pom poms? You can make these yourself with inexpensive tissue paper.
Foo dogs are a classic staple of Asian-inspired decor. These turquoise, glazed foo dogs make the perfect bookends.
I have a pair of brass duck bookends, but these blue herons are quite striking. I'd trade my ducks for these two in a heartbeat.
Occasionally, I like a white lamp. Sometimes I just need a simple piece to anchor the room. With its crackled finish, this lamp is simple — simple plus.
This is quite an investment, but placed above a buffet or in a grand room, this mirror would certainly be the conversation piece to get any dinner party started.
Random thoughts and ideas spiraling around your head day and night? Jot them down and keep them at hand with this 100-page notebook. It comes in your choice of eye-popping colors and patterns so you'll never wonder where you left it.
This sturdy cutting board is made to last for generations. It is cut from a single piece of sustainable sugar maple wood and carefully shaped. Plus, its simple beauty could make it into a piece of artwork to hang on your kitchen wall when not in use.
I'm in love with this urn candy jar. That's right, an urn-shaped vessel for sweets! And it's exquisite, adorned with ruffled ribbons of glass and a delicately detailed lid and base.
Who said wreaths and garlands are just for the holiday season? This one can stay up all year on your wall to surround pictures, quotes or anything else that's deserves a lovely frame.
This porcelain paper bag can be use in many different ways, but I would put some Japanese good luck plants in it.
Kiki van Eijk Paperbag, Large
The past decade has re-introduced the Capiz shell on lighting fixtures in a big way. At first they were thousands of dollars, but now you can pick up a lovely cascading version from West Elm for under $300.00. Just be sure you've got a spot where you won't bonk your head on it.• Chromed metal...
Boos Large Carving Board
It's quite simple: Spices absolutely make or break a meal. If you feel the same, this large spice grinder holds a large supply of rock salt, pepper or any other spice you use often.
The Foreside faux bois vase would make a unique hostess gift. Better yet, deliver it full of flowers!
This rustic pumpkin is made from a country-style burlap potato sack fabric that screams “Welcome to the fall season!” Place it on top of your mantel, but away from flickering candles to avoid any Thanksgiving drama.
Not only are these fair trade baskets perfect for toting goodies at the market, but they support artisans in Ghana too.
These candy dishes add a hint of glitz to any nook, and who doesn't love a sweet treat in a pretty bowl at arm's reach?
A pitcher can be used in so many different ways. I can already see a big bunch of flowers displayed in this one.
We like "for life" commitments when we purchase cookware and Le Creuset fits the bill perfectly. This is the perfect lasagna pan and as such will get a ton of use. Big enough for the whole family or lots of leftovers. Comes in multiple colors to suit your taste and kitchen design.
Imagine drinking a big morning latte (or eating big scoops of ice cream) from this hand-crafted mug. This gets extra credit for that indented thumb rest on the handle.
Your tea and scones will look more glamorous served up on a silver platter, or you can use it under water glasses in your guest room.
Perhaps you'll be more discerning about the office supplies you procure if this classic organizer hangs on your wall. While available in a couple more hues, the classic white is my all-time favorite.
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