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This feather-patterned serving bowl would be especially nice for Thanksgiving, but it's still modern and fresh enough to use year-round.
If your munchkin is still itty bitty, this personalized Christmas bib will keep the holiday munchies off his clothes.
Turn your little girl's bed from a simple sleeping space to a wonderland. With the simple addition of this canopy, you can eliminate the need for a headboard while creating a delightful world for your daughter to play in.
Bianco Antico granite is a gorgeous option for those seeking more moody, medium gray toned countertop. The tonal crystals are subtle and so a great option for those who don't like hi-contrast speckles.
This green task lamp adds a bit of muted color to your desk, but it still has a classic design that will last for years.
I'm not going to lie. I got very excited when I stumbled upon these embroidered etiquette napkins. Not only do they look like the hand-embroidered handkerchiefs my grandmother still carries, but they also have the words "dab," "pat," "wipe" and "blot" on them. How quaint.
You may still hate getting up in the morning, but this happy bacon alarm clock is sure to make you crack a smile when you open your eyes.
The modern design of this toddler quilt and matching pillowcase is refreshing for a young child's room. It looks sophisticated, but still sweet and youthful. The colors are happy and bright. Perfect for a curious little one just transitioning into a bigger bed.
While this might not be exactly the tea towel you'll want to have laying around for the top chef in your family, it's still kind of funny.
I'm a huge fan of candles; floral and fruity scents are my favorites. My husband? He doesn't care for them much. This unscented candle is the perfect for those who are not fans of strong scents but still want to add a little decor.
The dresser may be one of the most important tools for keeping the bedroom neat and tidy. But if your grandmother's dresser doesn't suit your style, a bamboo chest offers similar rich tones for contrast and still maintains a youthful feel.
Faux Bamboo Dresser
Even if you don't have a forest view from your window, you'll still feel a little more rugged framing it with this plaid and moose combo.
Flat-weave jute rugs are extremely durable, making them great for kids. This one has a fun beige and tan geometrical pattern that is original yet still neutral.
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
Creating the similar dappled light that comes with a thin canopy of trees, this umbrella is perfect for napping in peace outside while still getting the perfect dose of your daily Vitamin D. The petite bird finial is the perfect cherry on top.
With its sword shape widening onto a trumpet bottom, this lamp brings a touch of whimsy to your traditional setting yet still looks regal. The base is made of hammered iron, the ideal foil for a simple white shade.
After spending some time in Ontario cottage country this summer, I can see this antler-handled tray right at home in one of the rustic yet refined lakeside retreats. The slate is a nice change from the oak and pine surroundings that still keeps with the natural theme.
You don't need to be a sailor to appreciate model yachts. I have never set foot on a sailboat and still cherish the beauty, craftsmanship and sense of adventure and history they evoke. This one is a beauty.
The pop-up book still holds the same fascination for adults as it does for kids. It makes a great coffee table book that doubles as a piece of interactive art. I love David A. Carter's adventurous take on the classic, as his intricate and colorful structures are neat to look at and figure out....
Even though it isn't made for Halloween, this tablecloth could be spook-ified for the season and still used throughout the year.
Black Linen Tablecloth, Provance
I love the casual feel a carafe of wine brings to the table. This one is hand-blown and super elegant, yet still dishwasher safe — amazing!
I can't necessarily speak to the quality of art produced, but this gadget is just about the coolest thing I've seen today. It's a little bouncy robot with markers attached to the feet. Wind it up and let it do the art for you. I imagine it's the sort of thing that kids would find hilarious the...
When I first started cooking, this was my go-to for standard "everyday" recipes. It served our grandmothers and mothers, and it's still a staple in most American kitchens today.
Everyone seems to be going digital, but I still think a desk needs a planner. I love the red one, but the black one with eyeglasses lends a whimsical look.
The natural wood grain in this bath mat is perfect for an outdoor, nature-inspired look. Its open construction is light, airy and reminiscent of the beach, yet it is still highly functional. It will be a welcome spot for your feet when stepping out from the bath.
Enter the era of at-home espresso and bring the coffeehouse to your house. This pressure-pump espresso maker has all the bells and whistles and is still easy to operate, and for your convenience uses ground coffee or pods. Plus, it’s solidly built and even looks impressive on your countertop.
Both geometric shapes and marble are trending currently, so this nonagon marble trivet is probably the most hip product out right now. Even if it's not, it still looks cool.
In day where everything is digital, I still think one of the best ways to organize your days is with a datebook and pen. This sparkly one is sure to make you want to keep your schedule in tip top shape.
This wall decal has a working clock. Looks like the alarm part is just for show, though, so she'll still have to be dragged out of bed in the morning.
Wake Up Clock Decal
Give your entrance a little flair. You can still give guests a grand welcome, even if you do live in a city apartment. Just place a stately planter like this one from Target outside your door. No natural light? Fill it with a faux topiary instead of fresh greens.
The broken globe pendant is a clean-lined solution for a space that demands a chandelier. It is sleek and unique while still maintaining a 14-½ -inch diameter.
Do I want a disco ball in my home? Yes. Do I want a tree full of disco ball ornaments? Absolutely! Why not have a little fun this season and string up some of these? I’d actually leave them out all year: on the table, by the windows or just on my bedside table to wake up to some sparkle when it’s...
Handblown glass items come in all sorts of styles and colors. I love these contemporary vessels and think they make a great grouping for a shelf in a large bookcase or, space providing, on top of kitchen cabinets. They would also be a great addition to a bar or kitchen counter. I prefer them in...
When the zucchini does well, it really does well. You take it to work and share it with co-workers, you give it to friends and neighbors and you still have more zucchini that you know what to do with. No problem because this book will give you 101 ways to zucchini blissdom.
This little iron feeder reminds me of the gazebo where bands give concerts in small towns. Shout out to Hoosick Falls, NY where they still give concerts on the square every Wednesday night during the summer!
Gazebo Bird Feeder
This fruit basket has a beautiful design and still leaves room for colorful fruit to shine through. There is nothing better than a big basket of fruit on the counter.
Siena Jacquard Napkins
A huge splurge, but this is truly the nicest summer blanket I've ever seen. My uncle and aunt got one as a gift for their fiftieth wedding anniversary, and I am still so jealous.
Just like your home, your table provides an opportunity to mix beautiful items for a look all your own. I love the handles on this simple and pretty set of salad servers. They're not fussy but still totally put together.
Wooden Salad Servers
The sea grass rug that I purchased from Home Decorator's three years ago is taking a beating and still ticking. Layer a vintage kilim over one, or let it stand alone. Natural is the new black.
Maybe you can think of a new place to hang this stocking, as it has such a fresh look. Maybe from the bed frame, on the doorknob or on the bookshelf? Its simplicity is charming yet still festive.
I love this fringed table runner as a blank slate for the table setting. Even though it's a neutral, it still has some interesting details, like red, white and blue tassels on the ends.
I'm still crazy about indigo rugs. This one, with its tassels and geometric pattern, would be perfect in front of a farmhouse sink or in an all-white bathroom mixed with accents of brass or gold.
I think it would be impossible to have a dull day with this rug underfoot. I love using fun pieces like this in rooms as a way to pull in lots of different colors, but still keep an overall unified look. Let the rug tie everything together!
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