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Priced just right to pair with a favorite cookbook, dish towels or even to add with a skillet, these bamboo kitchen tools make a great gift!
Although technically not considered a houseware, bathrobes can function perfectly well as a towel and clothes. This hooded robe is extremely classy, and I know that your carrara marble bathroom would look even better with this addition.
Linen Terry Robe
While this pendant sits on the more modern side of design, the handcrafted feel along with the wood base would make it look right in place in my dream rustic kitchen.
Coco Pendant Mini
Stylish bathroom storage can be hard to come by. The size and shape of this étagère are ideal for pretty bath salts and perfectly rolled towels.
Oversize baskets are so great for storing everything from beach towels to dirty laundry to magazines and newspapers. Plus, they just look so good. Local discount stores like TJ Maxx and Marshalls often have some for under $20.
I would use this gorgeous Grapevine basket in a bathroom and fill it with plush towels or bath products.
Used alone or in a series, the Dillion hook from Restoration Hardware is a great option for hanging towels in the bathroom.
What a great looking, modern towel holder. I'd be happy to have this on my counter, in fact, I think I need to have this on my counter.
Short on storage? A unique basket makes a good catchall for any and all "stuff." This one would fit in perfectly on top of a library bookcase or on top of kitchen cabinets. You could also fill it with towels or toilet paper and put it in the bathroom.
This simple shower curtain has beautiful small details: banding on the bottom and a square block in the center. The green color is just perfect if you want to go with bold towels and fun bath accessories.
Whether for firewood or rolled-up towels, this cozy and versatile basket is the right size for keeping things tidy in any room.
Bamboo is not just a current trend, it's timeless. An elegant bamboo tray is the perfect place to show off your finest and is also multi-functional: when you don't want your house to look like a party 24/7, whisk it into the kitchen and set it up as a breakfast bar or use it in your bathroom as an...
Scented linen water is a great way to make every day feel special. Wash or spritz your towels and sheets for a delightful experience each time you use them.
A good bundle of cloth napkins or tea towels really elevates your daily cup of tea or coffee. And they add a little color and warmth to your life, don't you think?
These chrome baskets can add instant function in the kitchen, bathroom or even closet. Display fruits on your countertop, store rolled up towels in your bathroom or stash the kids' shoes in the closet.
A trip to a French market wouldn't be complete without your French Market Basket. These are so versatile and look great on display in a bathroom for guest towels or in a guest bedroom to store blankets and throws.
French Market Basket
I love, love, love this chair! I love the wooden legs with casters, the fabric, the nailhead and the tufting. They make such a great combination!
I'd place these anchor wall hooks in my "someday" cottage entry. They would be perfectly paired atop some baskets for quick towel and flip flop storage.
On profile, a sofa doesn't get much more minimal than this one fashioned from a solid wooden box. However, the combination of the wood grain and fabric in a sleek rectangular form make it a standout piece that will pop with a few thoughtfully chosen pieces.
Box Sofa Compact, Oak
This woven navy bin by Martha Stewart Living would be great as extra storage for anything from towels to blankets, books to shoes. I like that it has handles so that it can easily be carried from room to room.
I don't know about you, but the additional towels and robes always seem to need a home too. I like to provide my guests with an over-the-door hanging rack to help them keep things off the floor.
This wire basket is the perfect catch-all for magazines in the living room, fabric swatches in a craft room or clothing in a bedroom. I love the look of wire baskets in an industrial loft and this great design and price is no exception.
Collapsible Wire Basket
Tiki torches? Not quite. These wooden stakes actually hold recycled glass vases. Fill them with wildflowers and place them around a seating area or along a pathway for a whimsical touch in the garden.
What a light alternative to the traditional heavy white ceramic fixtures. In comparison, this is almost invisible.
Does everyone know about Macy's furniture? They are one of my go-tos for inexpensive pieces that don't sacrifice style. This ivory-colored sofa has a great tufted back and curved arms. It would also contrast darker accents beautifully.
This bamboo coat rack is a fun design for kids to hang up their towels, clothes, hats and more. I like the cool Hawaiian-inspired design.
Oversize and whimsical, these giant wall clips borrow an idea from the humble clipboard and could be used anywhere in the house: for recipes in the kitchen or towels in the bathroom maybe.
These are bright, bold and beautiful! I'd love a set of these in my guest bathroom for a pop of color and for functionality. My guests could you them as towel hooks or hang any of their personal belongings while they stay with me.
Flower Wall Hooks
I've been known to have a few cat accessories around my home, so this kitty cat is right up my alley! Use it as a quirky conversation piece or practically as a hook to hang leashes, towels or jackets.
Bess Cat Hook
Maybe all this rustic stuff is too much for you. Maybe you're a modern minimalist. Well, how about this simple wooden block — I mean clock?
Walnut Wood Cube Clock
Roman shades work so well in kitchen spaces. I love that this one in a French stripe has a vintage feel.
I love books and reading, so this fab map print featuring writers' names is perfect for my study wall. There's also a matching tea towel design, which I love as well.
A classic baker's rack gives you extra storage for dish towels, cookbooks and more. It can also double as a mini bar.
Between kids' and parents' toiletries, the bathtub area can often look like a mess. Get it all off the ground and out of the tub with this shower curtain that features loops and pockets for holding towels, bath products and kid's toys. It also provides easy access to things while taking a shower or...
I like the straight clean lines of this shelf and would use it in a contemporary or minimalist bath.
Gather eggs or store hand towels in this this rustic basket. It is a perfect harvest accessory, indoors or out.
These fig-shaped bud vases would be such a surprise inside their humble little wooden box. They hold a single bloom each, making them perfect for simple arrangements.
Add a wall-mounted accordion dryer to your laundry room. When it's not in use, it folds flat against the wall for easy storage.
I love the wooden legs on this ironing board and wouldn't mind seeing this out and about in the house.
Bamboo Ironing Board
Light up the imagination with these charming bookends featuring miniature forests atop wooden blocks.
I love hooks. They keep things like coats, towels and hats off the floor. These hooks are even better because they are magnetic. They would be perfect in a kids room or playroom to catch dress-up clothes and display art or school papers.
Kids Magnet Strip Hooks