I have not a clue whether or not this toothpaste attacks plaque, but honestly, the graphics are so amazing I don't really care. I'd rather look at this than the hideous Crest tube that's mucking up my sink right now.
A classic knob which will work in a contemporary or traditional kitchen design. Comes in a variety of finishes.
This lovely laundry basket, handwoven of water hyacinths in Vietnam, makes doing laundry a little bit less of a chore, and adds style to the often banal laundry room decor.
These sweet little hand-printed bags from Pi’lo would make a very nice place to store those extra washcloths, hand towels and delicates to launder. Hang them from hooks, store them on a shelf or just toss them under the sink.
Fix Herb Pot by Sagaform
Add another stunning detail to your bunny-inspired nursery with these individual pieces of art. These ceramic drawer knobs can make over an entire simple dresser into exactly what you want.
Don't underestimate the luxury of having beautiful hand soap by the sink. It just feels lovely. I love this organic sweet grass version, as well as its pretty packaging.
If you'd prefer just a hint of design on your ceramics, then this dainty and subtle jug by Sophie Allport ticks all the boxes.
This is a fun and playful print. I love the fish scale motif, and that it's been used in the cloud alongside stripes and raindrops.
This simple ceramic cover has a touch of retro charm. It would be fun and colorful for a kids' space.
Festiva Tissue Cover
Add a bit of crisp country cheer to your morning routine with these colorful gingham ceramic coffee mugs.
Berry Basket, Mint
If you're still using plastic grocery bags, this bag organizer is a great way to keep them in check.
Serve toast the way it was intended to be — on a ceramic train car. The playful addition to any tabletop is a nod to nostalgia while still maintaining a feeling of high design. Don't forget to include the Eggcup and the Salt & Peppar Cellar.
Breakfast Express, Toast Rack
I would fill my desert house with a lot of pottery, such as this vase from Heath Ceramics. It's so simple and beautiful.
This is supposed to be for the kitchen, but attaching this rail above the desk in the office gives an interesting place to sort pens, pencils and more.
Macarons are the trendiest of desserts, and they look adorable printed on a smooth white ceramic plate.
Believe it or not, this throwaway look-alike is not what it seems. This cup is actually a ceramic vase, and its design dates back to 1975. There are so many possibilities for this little gem — it's like one size fits all. Where wouldn't you place it?
I love the nostalgic feel of Orla Kiely's 1970s design, which is well represented on this sugar bowl with its ochre-yellow coloring, teak-looking wooden-handled lid and her own Linear Stem print. It's a bold graphic piece that makes a nice change from the dainty floral tea sets.
Linear Stem Sugar Bowl
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This beautiful and unique ceramic plate from Thailand uses classic Thai designs and will add a layer of global style to your tablescape. Actually, this one is hang-it-on-the-wall-worthy!
Pastel yellow stripes spice up this tumbler. I'd use it to hold some spring flowers next to my kitchen sink.
Etsy is awash with some fantastic vintage, '80s ceramics at the moment. I can feel a collection coming on.
Who says you can't decorate with flowers in winter? These porcelain beauties are in full bloom year-round.
These intricately painted ceramic plate from Thailand will add exotic style to your tablescape, or perhaps you'll want to hang it on the wall.
This kitchen conversions poster by the wonderful confections company Whimsey & Spice is one of my favorite parts of my kitchen. It not only brightens up the space, but I use it all the time!
Paper towel holders that sit on the counter not only take up space, but also are quite unstable and tip easily. A sturdy wall-mounted holder is awesome, especially when you only have one hand to pull a towel off.
This rug comes in pretty much every color under the sun, so you should have no problem finding one to match your decor. I'm contemplating this punchy plum color for under the sink in the kitchen. Since it's made of cotton, cleaning up any wayward cooking spills shouldn't be much of a problem.
This beautiful hand-painted bath set can host your soaps, toothbrushes and all the rest. I love the coastal, breezy style of the little blue dots.
I've been coveting this salt cellar for months. The color and shape scream vintage, the wood lid sings with style and my kitchen seems incomplete without it. Must. Resist.
These wooden spoons come in an assortment of different woods and really evoke the idea of bringing the outdoors in. Use them as jam spoons for those lazy, fall Sunday morning breakfasts when it's brisk and overcast outside. I'm sure they will brighten your day and bring a bit of charm and cuteness...
This pull is an all time favorite for its versatility and classic style. We call it eclectic because it can be used in so many ways and mixed so effectively. Will work on cabinets or drawers equally well.
Anyone can use these most anywhere. I have them in my office, laundry room and closet. They have a very simple design and come at a very inexpensive price for stylish storage boxes!
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