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Oh Dash and Albert, you have THE BEST stripes! Wither you want the rug to dance under your feet or just provide some coastal strips, these reversible woven rugs have plenty of personality to offer your floors.
Upholstered in lush, cream-colored fabric, this bed is lavishly detailed including a headboard studded with brushed pewter nails, fully-upholstered footboard and side rails, and deep cappuccino wooden feet.
I like that Urban Outfitters has curtains in several patterns and at good prices. This turquoise dot is a favorite.
This faux red coral is great for adding color and texture to a space. Place on top of a stack of colorful design books or on an end table as an interesting "found" object.
Faux Coral in Red
This Victorian birdhouse collection is so pretty. What birdies wouldn't want to call this home? These would be right in place on a porch as well.
Nobody does a classic rocker like Pottery Barn. With a sturdy and eco-friendly construction, this structure is so unbelievably comfortable--and elegantly covered to look great for years to come. A necessity for comfortable feeding and cuddling.
I love headboards with unique shapes, and this headboard has a great one! Plus, the variety of color choices is great
This crisp duvet cover, in blues and whites, will add a bit of exotic style to your bedscape, while keeping it restful.
The search for a new sink faucet has ended! It's a little pricier than I hoped, but it is a good match and definitely what I'm looking for.
It seems like it was only yesterday that my son was learning how to walk, and now he can't stop climbing on the furniture. We currently have this midcentury sofa in his playroom. It's low enough for him to climb on and off of and its daybed-type design is so comfortable!
The ruffled tulle adds a little detail to the bed and makes the space under the bed available for hiding things away.
These intricate swirls walk the line between traditional and eclectic because of their unconventional composition. A lovely choice for placemats, a tablecloth, throw pillows, a slipper chair, Roman shades and many other accents around the house.
When I think of classic blue and white patterns, my first thought is dinnerware. It's a timeless look.
I need lots of storage. These reasonably priced boxes are great for organizing the masses of USB cables, gadget parts and other things accumulated in my office.
Hang an old-school washboard in your laundry room to keep yourself humble. And, count your blessings that the modern day washer was invented. Can you imagine having to scrub your whites, darks and colors by hand?
I adore these sheets. I actually own them, and they are beyond versatile. They can be used for all types of color schemes and styles, and can be mixed and matched with fun patterns. They would look fantastic paired with white pillowcases.
This wall sconce definitely makes a statement. Through its size, strong lines and elegant materials, what a beautiful hallway or bathroom enhancement this sconce would make.
This doormat is a great place to pause and take off muddy shoes, wipe down mucky paws, and remove leashes. It will also warn visitors what they are in for once the door opens!
It's hard to beat the price of this serving bowl from the IKEA 365+ series — or the style for that matter!
This classic modern desk has become a must-have modern icon. Designed by George Nelson in 1958, it's proportions and jubilant pops of color have stood up to the test of time; while a hole for those pesky computer cords has been added to the right corner in order to keep clutter to a minimum.
Nelson Swag Leg Desk
An ingenious kit of parts Like Lego for grown-ups, Vitsœ’s shelving system is an ingenious kit of parts. A small number of simple components allowing easy assembly and rearrangement Shelves, cabinets and tables are hung from the aluminium E-Track. The E-Track is normally fixed to the wall but it...
Like a thousand planets, these circular stainless steel tiles offer up an awe-inspiring spectacle. From kitchen and bath backsplashes to accent walls and and beyond, this gleaming universe of style is within reach. Samples are approximately 1/6-1/4 of a regular sized sheet.
If you're considering a side table, buffet or otherwise non-bathroom vanity as a vanity, a classic ceramic white bowl like this will work beautifully as the sink. I love the modern shape of this one.
This light is made of woven twisted vines and is sure to be a great conversation piece. It would add a ton of texture and is definitely not a girly chandelier!
While most of us won't be cooking on a range like this anytime soon, it would be a good choice for a getaway cabin. A really great source of efficient wood heat.
Designed by Anna castelli Ferrieri for Kartell over thirty years ago, the Red Componibili Storage pieces can do double duty as cheerful end tables or for use as a nightstand. Scoop them up and stack them up; red is only available in a limited-edition run and won't be around forever.
Light Blue Josephine Desk
This handsome armchair and ottoman are comfortable and elegant, with a lovely silhouette, choice of fabrics and fine detailing, including tufting.
And this door! How beautiful is this Craftsman door? It would look fabulous with an autumn wreath. So maybe it's a little extravagant, but a girl can dream, right?
I love the pretty mix of light-blue and pink roses on this duvet. It's just begging to be in a little girl's room.
I really love this Old World–style ship fabric from IKEA. I could see this working in a kid's room for a nautical theme or used to upholster a bench or other smaller piece of furniture around the home. And that's a price you can't beat with a stick.
BENZY SKEPP Fabric
Amy Butler knows how to work a pattern, and this floral rug is no exception. It's a great price for the designer look.
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