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This print is so sweet and lovely. The dark blue/black color in the circle would be beautiful on a pale wall.
Magnetic Spice Stand
These wall cubbies would be a perfect addition to any playroom, studio, home office, etc. They're fun and functional, and can be arranged to fit any space configuration necessary. I would even consider one of these modular units for a bedside table.
Mbox Square Shelf
This brightly colored mobile/garland is perfect for a baby's room, but I'd also love to use it for my daughter's next birthday party.
This fanciful fox print stole my heart — I love his little top hat and old-fashioned bike! Created from an original illustration by Lou and Boo, the watercolor wash in the background gives the work a wonderful vintage quality.
We've all seen maps used as wallpaper, but blackout maps bring a new twist to an old favorite. Rendered in blue or black so that streets and other details stand out, I think these are a wonderful fusion of modern and vintage. No doubt these will soon be as popular as the ubiquitous black bus signs.
This reminds me of all the times I look up and stare at the leaves over my head. It's one of my favorite things to do in the summer.
When is a clock not a clock? When it's a wall decal! This Mister Mista decal includes a working clock and can be stuck wherever you want it.
Time Two Stick'A Clock Decal
This Amy Lynz II painting reminds me of what it must feel like to be a grasshopper among the flowers on a bright, sunshine-filled day. I can just feel the rays of the sun on my face. Lovely!
Amy Lynz III
A floor-to-ceiling repeat draws the eye up and adds height to any room. This wallpaper will bring a beautiful deep blue and arboreal pattern to any wall or entire room in the house.
Dardik's style embodies everything awesome about being a kid: color, quirkiness, fun and imagination. Any of her prints would be at home in a child's room.
There's no need to go to the museum for a Picasso fix. Just put this creative floor screen in a corner of your living room and voilà!
These intricately painted handles would look beautiful on a set of white drawers or even a richly saturated piece of furniture. And how stunning would it be if that piece of furniture were placed in front of a turquoise glass tiled wall? Sigh.
This wall art stands out — literally — with its 3-D clouds and hot air balloons. It's made to order, so the colors will fit any scheme.
This famous birch wood design from Cole & Son has been featured in many Scandinavian interiors. The calming image of a birch wood forest is fabulous for a Scandinavian-inspired space.
In My Garden Removable Wall Decals
Maya Romanoff is known for her extraordinary and decadent wallcoverings that resemble crushed glass or crystal. This range also has a metallic element. It's not for everyday spaces, but if you consider it as art, it would be stunning for a small area of a master suite.
I love this modern Nordic kids table and chairs set from Wal-Mart (gasp). It's cool and the price can't be beat.
This adorable watercolor will hang above the baby's crib in a gallery wall. Remember to anchor pictures in a baby's room. Command velcro strips are an easy way to secure frames in addition to the picture hooks.
I have this print, and it's perfect for a bathroom or a dressing area. I love the simple line drawing technique used.
These reusable wall decals are playful, colorful and easy to use — perfect to spice up any blank wall.
The Wythe Hotel in Brooklyn, N.Y. uses a signature wallcovering in a bright green and ivory print. Farrow & Ball provides papers that can be rolled in a number of colorways, and the highly detailed damask is a close match.
I'm still trying to instill in my kids the understanding that nothing and nobody are perfect. I like this little reminder that imperfection is not only human, but beautiful.
Maybe it's nostalgia (I used to have a skirt with a very similar print and color), but I think this paper is so striking. It could really take center stage in a gorgeous dining room or in a restaurant.
French artist Caroline Gomez has made a foray into children's prints with Malmo and Oscar Lou, the budding National Geographic naturalist pictured above.
City gardening plots are generally small, so the most you can make of vertical space (i.e. wooden fence posts that divide each plot), the better. These planters would be great.
Salad and Herb Vertical Planter
I'm a huge believer in having an attitude of gratitude. I love that this print is pretty and not preachy.
Scalamandre's "Petit Chinois" wallpaper would be great in a bedroom to create an elegant and soothing retreat.
Got a black thumb? No worries. This wall decal will is all the houseplant you need, and it's impossible to kill since, you know, it's a sticker and all.
This is the perfect Christmas tree for small spaces and city living! There's no mess, and it's easy to clean up and reuse year after year.
With bears and balloons and a little dress-up, this cut paper and ink collage by RISD grad Andrea Kang captures the many joys of childhood.
One of my haunts for art deco–style furnishings in Los Angeles is Anne Hauck Antiques. I was delighted to come upon this set of five wall panels executed in the style of Jean Dunand, another rather famous art deco furniture designer you should be aware of. The black lacquer and gold leaf variations...
This swinging wall lamp with a walnut socket is beautiful any time of year, but its bright white and warm wood are especially evocative of wintry snowscapes.
With an antiqued feel, this seemingly simple sconce is anything but. The light from the reflection will surely catch any passersby's eyes — and have them wishing for their own.
With so many colors in this cute and cozy farm scene, you could tie it into just about any color scheme. And those sheep are adorable!
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