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I have this ikat quilt bookmarked for a bedroom that I am working on, but I am also considering it for my house. I think it would add so much pattern and interest to a room, yet it is still subtle enough with the pretty grays and whites.
I've seen the spitting image of these baskets selling for at least twice the price. I'd stock up on these as, in my experience, you can always use more of them around the house.
A bit of a splurge but well worth the money spent. We actually had a client who redid a kitchen and reused their 1980s Subzero, need we say more?
I love this wall system! The peg rack serves as a multifunctional unit for a utilitarian space, and the narrow design of the rack and shelving units is a big space saver in smaller spaces. Charming and functional!
This combination of jewel tones, hand-blown glass and beautiful shapes is truly breathtaking. I think the capper is literally those globe tops that unify all of the pieces. This jar collection was created by Atlanta glass artist Elizabeth Lyons, and I cannot get enough of it!
My kitchen has French doors that lead out to the back deck. My husband and I pulled off the '90s mini blinds, and my plan is to replace them with simple Roman shades. These are thermal, which will help with the strong sun we get for most of the day.
Pottery Barn aptly describe this nautical fixture as being handsome, and isn't it just? I love how the graphic, elongated shape of the bulb area serves to frame the exposed filament bulb. This is my favorite pick of the lighting market at the moment!
When I saw these in the store, I fell in love. OK, not a marry-me-now kind of love, but a have-to-have-this-on-my-patio kind of love. They come in a variety of sizes, and I would love a few to hang from my umbrella to add another layer of light on a dusky summer night. You could even throw a...
I am down to two glass lamps in my entire house — both were bought pre-child. Please don't ask me how all of the other lamps got broken; I would rather not relive the moments. I'll just say that I only buy lamps now that are not made from glass or ceramic. This one from Land of Nod is so cute and...
There must be something about blue Ikat patterns these days; I'm seeing so many fantastic blue patterns out there. I don't really have any blue in my house, but I think I should start adding pieces here and there. This would be the perfect pop of color for a handmade booster seat.
Ikat in Blue
The last time I moved out of a house, the amount of dust underneath my dresser was so shameful that I had to run to CVS and buy my movers some Claritin. Avoid that problem with a groovy and handsome dresser that floats above the floor on a stainless steel base. Like this one.
We are genuine floor nuts-too many people ignore them in their homes when they can deliver a sense of time and place like few other materials or design features. Antique limestone simply screams Mediterranean country style, I'd love to have it underfoot in my kitchen or throughout a country home.
This unique silk light fixtures were the first from Aqua Creations that caught my eye. I've seen them on Houzz hanging solo or in groups of different colors, and however they are arranged, I'm completely head over heels. You can use them as a pendant or as table lamps.
Wallpaper made from natural patterns, like this Moroccan print made from grass cloth, will add dimension and a unique aesthetic to your space. I love this pattern and think it would work well with a multitude of design themes.
How has no one purchased this for me yet? I mean, really, do they not know what I accomplish in a day between work and blogs and my house and my kid?
Don't choose your sink only for good looks! Make sure that it doesn't scratch easily and that you have plenty of space for bigger pans.
No matter how urban your surroundings are, you can always bring the forest to your living room with these full scale birch tree wall decals.
I tried to organize my pot and pan lids once, and I was unsuccessful. This pull-out system seems like the answer to my prayers. I like that it can be mounted in the cabinet. And judging by the picture, it works for any item you need to store, not just lids.
I think this will be the sink in my next house. It comes with a fitted cutting board and I am partial to the single bowl sink since it's easier to clean large pots and pans.
These can be fitted to most larger cabinet doors - either a pantry door or wall cabinet. You may have to cut down the shelves to fit but it's we'll worth it.
What a concept! I don't even understand how these lighted planters work, but they seem like something one would only see in a museum of modern art's courtyard garden.
I've long been in love with this chandelier for use in a kitchen, either above an island or a dining table. For a warmer, more elegant look than some of the traditional kitchen pendant lights, and a healthy splash of color. Don't be afraid of adding a few brighter hues to elevate your kitchen...
Because I don't have an umbrella stand by my front door, I have to walk my umbrella through the house, dripping, to the laundry to let it dry. Stop the drips and create storage with this vintage stand that would add a playful touch to any decor.
There's something magical about lights twinkling in the canopy of the trees in the evening. These are great for entertaining or a quiet romantic evening with someone special.
I love this clever little print! I'd hang it in the kitchen or in my office as a reminder to be happy every day.
I don't think there is anything more glamorous than a chandelier in a closet, and this one is a bargain at only $99.
I have wanted a gazebo for years. The first year in our house, 2006, my family and I tried a low-cost option. It did not last long in windy Chicago at all. Next time I will look for a more sturdy option like this one.
I love this wooden toy — it's the perfect creative block set to leave sitting around the house. It's got the organic beauty of a real succulent, but the functionality of a toy.
I know it's just barely November, but I couldn't help myself. I want to scatter pretty snowflake ornaments like this one all over my house already. I think it would make for really modern, festive decor.
Don't want to sacrifice style in your nursery? This chair is for you. I've tested it out in my friend's house, and it so comfortable that I would almost buy it even though I am not a mom nor am I pregnant.
The addition of a console or buffet table can be a great way to store extra dishes while giving you more room to place accessories like picture frames and candles. I like this buffet from Ballard Designs because it's a gorgeous color and will provide much-needed storage in your space.
I have often woken up to hear a woodpecker pecking at the top of my roof, believe it or not. I'm wondering if this woodpecker feeder just looks cool or if it might attract those little guys, keeping them away from my house. This feeder is made of reclaimed cedar so you can feel good about the...
I once became paralyzed with fear after heading up a flight of glass stairs in a very posh mall. However, I'd give it another go if it meant I could have them in my house. But they would have to have something around them to soften the look and feel, such as staggered floating glass shelves running...
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