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I think stained glass is a great way to dress up any window. This could be hung in an actual port hole window or hang it on chains in front of one of your standard windows for glowing art in your house.
Add this flock of butterflies to any room in the house for instant spring charm. I have a feeling that the little girls in your life will want this in their own rooms.
I've noted this beautiful sink popping up in some of my very favorite bathrooms around Houzz lately. It is made of cast glass, and it sits atop the counter like a functional sculpture.
For the fashion-forward bride, a china pattern inspired by the house of Versace. Bold orange and turquoise will dazzle on your table — and who wouldn't want to drink out of a golden cup?
A whimsical but non babyish pop of color, this simple changing table and dresser combo will add delight to any nursery space. Offered in several customizable non-toxic finishes (including a chalkboard option for creative art), this piece can shed the changing pad up top and become a piece that will...
Really looks like a classic bistro mirror and coat rack, this piece would look great in the entry way of one of the classic row houses we have in Chicago, over a lovely vintage hex tile or as part of a design scheme incorporating the same. Comes in a variety of finishes.
Subtle gray and white stripes add a little bit of interest and pattern without being too busy. These curtains are even versatile enough to move to another room in the house when it's time for a change.
Love this vintage yellow table — it's a simple and versatile piece that I could use anywhere in the house!
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.
This lovely swan would be so pretty next to a reading chair — or anywhere you need an extra place to set down a book and a cup of tea.
Swan Side Table
I was lucky enough to spend a summer in Wauwinet, a thin strip of land on the island of Nantucket, a long time ago. This simple mirror somehow manages to capture the windswept, rustically charming area perfectly, thanks to the natural rope and patinated fixtures. I could easily picture it in...
This lovely chevron rug comes in a beautiful blue. It's hard to find the sizes you need in rugs at an affordable price, right? However, this rug is a great size: 4-feet by 6-feet. This would look lovely layered over a natural jute rug.
Regal and sophisticated, this knob demands attention. It is strong and would not disappear into the background of any room.
One of the things I look forward to most when visiting my parents during the summer is a leisurely breakfast or lunch in their gazebo. It's amazing how it can feel as if we're in another world when we're really just a few feet from the house. I love the look of this lattice eucalyptus structure...
Because my family hub wall is in a room that also houses a washer and dryer, I thought these boxes could be a good way to store old school papers and things. I can easily stack a few on the shelf above my appliances. Plus, they are attractive — a huge bonus.
This might just be my favorite piece of furniture right now. Inspired by a flea market find in the South of France, these chairs are painted by New Orleans artist Kaki Foley.
Painted Bias Armchair
Hang these twin bucket planters on a gate, fence or railing to create a floral vignette. I'd make them personal by stenciling house numbers or monograms on them!
What a great idea! It's a chair that also acts as a dollhouse. Kids can sit and read a book then play house with their own toys. It's hand-crafted of ecofriendly, nontoxic birch plywood and has a nontoxic natural varnish.
Have a cottage or love the nautical look? I adore this navy and ivory rope knot rug. I've used it for a client's entry in their lake house. When it gets dirty, you can just take it outside and hose it down.
This is the first time I've seen a gold-plated version of the Arc Floor Lamp. I'm in love with gold right now, and the marble base gives it a classic look.
Draping a throw over the end of your bed or across an arm of a sofa is a great way to soften a room and add a bit of interest. I love this one illustrated with the graphic image of a house.
A small front entrance can really benefit from a sculptural ceiling lamp, as I've seen in my own house. Made from folded paper, this design will add instant modern style whether the light is turned on or not. Plus, it's great for creating impact in a space that has limited opportunity to make an...
The hand-crafted detailing of this light is so beautifully done. After stumbling upon a collection of original cast-iron moulds, the company’s owner revived a century-old production process that created the antiques that we see today.
This rustic bar cart definitely has a slightly different look, adding an industrial twist to your space.
You won't need to remember to keep extra batteries at hand with this cute little hand-powered flashlight from Ikea. Stash a few around the house, and leave an extra in the car for roadside emergencies.
Imagine: an all-white kitchen with just a pop of orange from this refrigerator sticking out. Not only do I love its bright color but retro style is awesome too — just check out those handles and rounded corners. Everyone that comes over will ask you about this fridge, and if you can't get one in...
A modern classic, this armchair designed by Le Corbusier, Charlotte Perriand and Pierre Jeanneret can stand on its own as an iconic occasional chair or makes a handsome part of a dining set.
LC7 Swivel Chair
This French-inspired piece would be the perfect place to showcase your beautiful china. It has six glass doors on top with three adjustable shelves inside. The base has three drawers and six doors, with one adjustable shelf each. It's safe to say that there is plenty of storage in this piece, and...
A casual throw blanket in navy and white says beach house all over it, but the Greek key pattern takes it up a notch and keeps the look refined.
Meant to evoke Carrara marble without the upkeep issues or natural variation of marble. Classy and elegant, this color is very versatile and I could see it used with a darker base cabinet in one of the rich grays I am in love with.
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