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Pretty and delicate curtains are a simple way to make a casual corner more of an actual living space for guests.
A mirror with an open petal pattern is the perfect way to pull your wall color through. This will take some of the focus off of the sharp red finish.
I love the mirrored frames and simple design of the coral prints. They make a perfect blend of modern and traditional.
These large batik owls would be a dark and cozy addition to a special nursery. I would reserve them as an accent, as a large installation might be a bit too spooky.
There is a wonderful use of turquoise in this beautiful artwork. The color just pops yet still has such a soft contrast with the white cotton.
What time is it?! I would definitely use this as an addition to a black and white gallery wall. It would also be a whimsical addition to a playroom or child's bedroom.
12-3-6-9 Wall Clock
A true classic, with timeless appeal and enough colors to coordinate with your dining room as it changes through the years.
Wait, that's not your little brother in the back of the wagon, it's plants. This playful planter will remind you of your childhood as you sit on your patio and enjoy your beautiful plants.
I like that this fabric has owls that are a bit more whimsical. They are retro but not done in a serious way, which opens up so many more decor possibilities. This gender-neutral design would go great with some midcentury pieces.
I love this painting of a world map because it is a little abstract. It is a large enough that it can go above the fireplace and make a scene in the living room.
I love the repetition in this print and the abstract way in which Charley Harper illustrates animals. Perfect for any room in the house!
I’ve never had the chance to visit the canyons, but this Canyon Dance Earth Bedding makes me feel like I’m already there. Natural reds, browns, creams and blues bring the desert’s natural southwest beauty to any bedroom.
This ready-made shadow box features painted figurines of sheep against a starry sky. It's such a sweet display for a kids' room.
Ground your room with this rich, hand woven rug by Madeline Weinrib Atelier. It's subtle gold and warm purple will add grand style and pattern to any room in your home.
Everything about this dresser, from the color to the curves, is pitch perfect. And hey, if blue isn't your thing, it's available in five other colors, too.
Caravan Dresser, Blue
I'm only an occasional tea drinker, but I'm a daily (um, several times daily) coffee drinker — French press only. I always have water boiling, and I always have my teapot on the stove. Hence, it has to be in a bright color. I think it's a rule.
Repeated patterns and colors give decor accents, like throw pillows, tons of design depth. This embroidered pillow is perfect for a neutral space. Add in other pops of yellow and orange with vases and frames.
Beautifully feminine, the Anna White bedding ensemble would be lovely for any bedroom. Designed in linen and cotton, it will feel fresh and inviting and always classically in style.
These planters have just the right mix of modern and playful. I think the mixed colors in this picture look great together. If you have a more monochromatic look, put Aubergine and mushroom together - still great but a bit more muted.
I love the bright red bird against the light blue ticking! I'd use it in a nursery or young boy's bedroom for a whimsical touch.
This sofa is designed as a square furniture module to be combined with an infinite number of elements. I think one is fine for me, but if an entire room reminiscent of a tetris screen is more your style, by all means, go ahead.
Quadra Sectional Sofa
This cast iron pot isn’t just festive, it’s also very practical. Made from French enamelware and heavy-duty cast iron, it's perfect for fall comfort foods.
How can you not love this floral-printed, pompom-edged confection from Bluebellgray? Toss one wherever you need a little mood boost, and when the weather warms, carry it out to the porch.
Ebba Linen Cushion
Comfort and class is what I see when I look at this barstool. Lovely blond wood and a linen slipcover, perfect for a spacious traditional kitchen, modern or traditional farmhouse setting, very versatile. Comes in counterstool height as well.
The colorful cabbage roses pop against the thin and timeless black stripes on this statement piece of a shower curtain.
A reader asked about this fixture and if it was a DIY light made of ping pong balls. Well, techinically they are polypropylene balls, which I assume might just ping and pong, but it was designed by Vernor Panton in 1969. Amazing how contemporary it still is, isn't it?
I don't think there's a better side table for a child's room than this simple shape that comes in a huge array of bright and pastel colors.
The orange in this rug is softer and more subdued than some. If bright orange is a bit too modern for you, this hue will do the trick.
The fresh scent is enhanced by the gorgeous container that surrounds this candle. This makes a great hostess gift.
Isn't life a little more fun with a big, bright balloon in your hand? You or your little one can get that feeling every day with this colorful bouquet underfoot. And, better yet, it's hand-tufted of soft acrylic for long-lasting cheer.
Cheer up you sofa with a throw pillow in this fabric, or perhaps you'll chose it for a crib bumper. These happy polka dots will brighten up any room in your home.
I am such a sucker for a starfish print, especially a fun geometric abstracted one like this, and in an unexpected paprika shade to boot!
Perfect for storing anything from flowers to cooking utensils, you can't go wrong with the elegant Hampton Links cylinder from Jill Rosenwald.
This black and gold beauty has been one of my favorites for some time now. If a classic Chanel bag was a chair, then this is what she would look like.
This print embodies everything I love about a relaxing garden theme: an organic and outdoorsy feel, a tranquil garden atmosphere.
Enamel Utensil Holder
I like this take on the now ubiquitous chevron rug. This smaller and tighter style gives the pattern a more grown up, sophisticated feel. The burnt orange colorway is perfect for fall too.
I like to try to mix in a little structure when gathering fabrics. This Mountains print is a great small-scale pattern.
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