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Although classic in design, this Black Baluster candlestick set is anything but average. When stacked, the smaller piece can hold a 4dia. pillar and when removed, the bottom candlestick holds a candle up to 6 in diameter. With so many options available, you'll find several ways to display these...
Although classic in design, this candlestick set is anything but average. When stacked, the smaller piece can hold a 4dia. pillar and when removed, the bottom candlestick holds a candle up to 6 in diameter. With so many options available, you'll find several ways to display these charming pieces.
Sample Balusters & Finials in hundreds of variations. Custom turned reproductions, various woods, finishes and turnings available.
This pergola has the natural, classic look of turn of the century lodges in the mountains of New England with it's split timber and curved beams. It's a beautiful, substantial way to add an additional outdoor room to the back yard. I love the stacked stone and the craftsman style lighting...
This pedestal table has a rather heavy look, but it comes in multiple finishes, so you can choose a lighter one like this to bring the look up to date.
Tritter Feefer Home Collection...
This handsome wooden lamp base borrowed its style from 19th century European balusters. It adds soft light to a living room from a side table, would look great in a pair on a long dining room buffet (think symmetry!), and is just right as a nightstand reading light in a neutral organic room.
Neoclassical Baluster Lamp
A pretty table lamp will add more lighting to the room. It's always best to have many different light sources and not just one.
If I had a collection of wine, there would be no stashing it in a cellar. I'd make use of the space under the stairs. Beauty, function and wine are three of my favorite things.
I really love this classic pendant with its wood base and natural shade. It's versatile and can hang above anywhere, from an office desk to a dining room table.
This glossy contemporary console table throws a wink and a nod to tradition via its carved spindle legs. Use it as a desk, a sofa table, in an entryway or as a sideboard in a dining room.
I never thought something I could call "bulbous" could also be so sexy. This shapely side table has cocktail personality and Regency nightstand lines.
I love the traditional turned legs on this piece paired with the more modern drawer front. I would love to use this next to a crisp white bed or in a small entryway.
You can never go wrong with a trio of candle holders of varying heights. Alternately, two of the largest candle holders placed side by side or on either side of the mantel make a statement as well.
Turned Pedestal Side Table
Patterned pieces like this Ikat ottoman will continue to be popular this year. They're fun, and adding them to your space will add great dimension.
Turned-Leg Dhurrie Ottoman
Turned Glass Finials
This table would go perfectly with my shell chairs. I love the high-gloss white. Looking at the dimensions, I think this table would seat up to six, maybe eight, without needing any leaves. I like that.
Turned Leg Dining Table
I was just in West Elm and spotted this beautiful modern floor lamp. I love, love, love the turned wood details!
Turned Floor Lamp
Artist Amanda Blake has such a magical view of the world. The people in her work seem from another time, but the environments they live in are fresh, magical and almost always populated with stars.
I've bought a few Flensted mobiles for my daughter, but I have always coveted them for myself. So delicately made, they effortlessly float through the air with the very slightest breeze, adding endless movement and grace to the space in which they inhabit.
Add a big dose of rustic chic to a wide open space in your home with this cedar wood paneled screen. It can add definition to a large space and carve out a separate more private area.
A turned-wood lamp fixture with a plain white shade looks easygoing but complements white and wood tones perfectly.
Turning Pendant, Wood/White
This table is not ghostly white by any means. I love its almost-whitewashed finish, which would blend in well with a clean and bright space.
Turned Pedestal Bistro Table
This contemporary, turning mirror caught my eye, functional and beautiful it actually has storage tucked behind the face of the mirror.
Ali Stainless Steel Wall Mounted...
I could imagine jazzing up a piece of Ikea furniture with this one. It's much prettier than a square block.
This handmade goblet is so light and ethereal. I could see using it as a fruit bowl or really elegant candy dish.
I still haven't created a terrarium even though they've been popular for years. Maybe this triangle container will convince me to get around to it.
There's something mesmerizing about a spinning top that can keep my kids entertained for long stretches of time. These particular wooden tops are hand-turned on a lathe by a 14-year-old boy in Michigan, and they are guaranteed to be easy to spin for a long time.
White table lamps are never a bad choice. Pair one with beautiful art and seasonal flowers for a lovely vignette.
Turned Table Lamp
A 17th-century Dutch design classic: the turned wood candlestick trumpet. I can see a cluster of these on a harvest table or buffet.
My handmade salad bowl from Peru is always perched on my counter, usually filled with bananas or avocados. This handmade Sycamore salad bowl would be just as stunning.