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Sturdy enough to hang the bulkiest down-filled coat on, the design of this elegantly simple Twiggy hook comes from the twig perches that StudioLiscious makes for their line of birdhouses and feeders. I love the texture of the birch plywood base — so pretty.
Sometimes I'm okay with plastic, bright-colored toys, but it's so refreshing to see toys when they take a more natural, organic approach.
Keep your tea, cookies and crispbreads tucked away in style in this lovely trio of solid teak, mid-century canisters. They're perfect for a tiny kitchen, where good-looking storage is a must.
It's true that kids can be rough on decor, but that doesn't mean you must go without pretty things, like fresh flowers on the table. These little hand-painted wooden vases from Etsy shop Shade on Shape are adorable and so durable that you could put a few on the kids' table.
Thom Filicia documents the renovation of his summer retreat in American Beauty. Be warned: It will make you want a summer cottage of your own.
Hauling firewood can be a dirty job, but at least this basket will make it look pretty sitting next to your fireplace. I love this basket because once the season is over you can is to hold towels in the bathroom or as a catchall for all those design magazines that I'm sure are lying around your...
Rectangular Log Basket
This quirky cutie bird was orginally designed back in 1959 by Kristian VedelAvian. He'll bring personality to a tabletop or desktop, and you can turn his body around and turn him into a her! He/She comes in three sizes; price shown is for the small version.
This birch branch candleholder kills two birds with one stone. You get cozy, romantic candlelight plus an outdoor decorative element.
This gorgeous set of palm plates is very appropriate for salads, but their beautiful handpainted designs seem like they are calling out to be hung on the wall.
This personalized pirate decal will make any boy feel special. I like the classic look of the crossed swords that don't have too much fuss.
Letterpress drawers are popping up all over the place, and for good reason. They have a wonderful authenticity and are often worn and well-used. They make great storage and display pieces. And they always look like they have a story to tell.
I feel like these river rock salt and pepper shakers would make for the perfect hostess gift. They're as beautiful as they are useful.
This linen table runner looks like it has been in your family for generations, but it's still a modern charmer for today. And how can you go wrong with simple stripes?
It's the items you pass over at first glance in a store that often help finish up a space. I love these gold faux bois candleholders. They would add the perfect amount of bling to a room without being too obnoxious.
These are great heavy duty baskets that I would keep in the bathroom as place to stack toilet paper.
This is such an adorable little baby blanket! It would make a great shower gift for any stylish mama.
If you're renting (like me), then impermanent storage options are a must. This is an idea from my sister: Stack vintage crates or other wooden boxes on their sides to create a shelf. It'll hold anything and everything for the kitchen.
This rustic bucket would be a great element indoor or out as a planter. I could also see it as a kindling storage for fire starting.
Harkening back to the days when molds were actually used to create silverware, they replicas are fun reminders of that time. Hang these pieces on the wall of a dining room or kitchen or place on a coffee table for all to enjoy.
Geometric prints are so popular right now, and this table runner is high on my must-have list. The color and print are perfect for using on your table or dinner buffet. Hopefully, it's high on your must-have list, too.
Geo Runner, Sunset
I'm all about cleaning for exercise whenever practical. Giving hard floors a quick swipe with one of these brooms, and then giving the broom a good shake off the back porch will burn a solid 25 calories, which you could immediately replete with one-quarter of a snack-sized peanut butter cup.
I absolutely love this cutlery rack. It's so rustic and elegant and just simply stunning. I am also partial to it given the initials of my blog.
Tension rods are a great way to hang a shower curtain or a curtain concealing a closet entry. Easy to install, they go up in seconds.
Round End Tension Rod
Adding some hooks to your walls not only updates your space, but gives you a bit more storage as well. These bright, colorful driftwood hooks would look amazing.
I think these terrariums would make a great gift for someone for Easter. They'll bring a little green into their lives.
Need a basket that's sturdy enough to hold kindling or delicate enough to store your favorite magazines? Look no further...this Adirondack basket will do the job in style!
This small, slim Sunpentown tower heater can easily be tucked onto a shelf or counter to warm the room with oscillating heat. Safety features include overheat protection, cool-to-the-touch casing and a tip-over switch.
This set of vintage aluminum chairs is reminiscent of old diners from the '40s. The pop of blue makes them extra-special.
What a great looking, modern towel holder. I'd be happy to have this on my counter, in fact, I think I need to have this on my counter.
This trivet is beautiful. I love the material and the design. It's a great piece to leave out since it has such sculptural qualities.
This bucket would be just as pretty filled with firewood as it would filled with pumpkins or pinecones. I love the warmth and texture that hammered copper brings to decor this time of year.
Hammered Copper Bucket
Its unique asymmetrical shape makes this a great vase for featuring on a bookshelf, in a vignette or as home to a few stocks of tall, beautiful flowering branches.
Spot Vessel by Stampel
These reclaimed oyster boxes have the most beautiful patina. Sturdy with well-placed handles, these could have a hundred uses.
Vintage Wooden Trays
I've been on the hunt for birch logs for years, and I finally discovered these 3-foot versions. I can't wait to decorate my mantel and fireplace with them and a few festive gourds and pumpkins.
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