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Buy vintage ornaments when you can. Etsy and eBay have the most and the best. Of course, check out yard sales and garage sales too.
These iron spheres oddly seem to fit in perfectly with natural setting. Maybe that's because they're already rusted. The spherical shapes look like they're set to roll down a hill on a Saturday afternoon.
I am just waiting for the right spot to use this fabric. I'm in love with the boho chic pattern, and the tangerine hue is lovely.
This raven statue reminds me of the Edgar Allen Poe room they have set up at UVA to memorialize his time there. This raven looks much better than the moth eaten one they have there - are you listening UVA? He is very serious, looks like he's either standing guard or ready to attack.
I know gargoyles are supposed to be frightening but these guys look like they're laughing. I love their wide open mouths and the details of their manes.
Rinsing off outdoors is the perfect way to end any summer day. If I could shower outside every single day of the year I would, unfortunately the New Jersey climate I reside in doesn't allow me that luxury. But when I get the opportunity to, I'm in heaven.
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 firepit is so cool because it can be used indoor and outdoor. It's simple and burns without soot. It feels natural and modern at the same time.
Outdoor Ventless Fire Bowl
Hanging gardens bring life to a room (every room should have something living in it) and are fantastic conversation starters in the modern abode. Hang these beautiful fern gardens with traditional colorful glass ornaments in an entryway or in front of a window.
I've seen a lot of wood block side tables similar to these, but typically they run around $200 or more. I'm impressed that these are a tad less expensive, and I love that they are made from reclaimed telephone poles. What a clever way to give the wood a second life.
Medium Wood Block Side Table
Specimens of tillandsia, mosses and lichens encapsulated in glass ornaments live in miniature existence on the Christmas tree or even suspended near an open window. The delicacy of these aeriums carefully brings a studied piece of the landscape indoors to enjoy.
My puppy loves to watch pigeons and cars pass by, but the windows in my apartment are much too high for his short legs. He'd be in heaven if this was installed in the living room wall.
I will buy a few sets of these handmade felted acorn ornaments myself! How lovely on simple fall branches.
The pages of your favorite book can literally hang from your tree! I think this would be pretty with pieces of children's books inside, too.
Do Christmas a little different this year, and hang these naturally beautiful feather ornaments from your tree! Delicately hand blown glass orbs each hold a single beautiful feather. The best part? These are gorgeous enough to hang up year round!
Fashioned from recycled books, a grouping of Paper Statement's handmade ornaments is as quietly beautiful as the falling snow.
Christmas Ornament, Big Pendular...
These are just about my favorite ornaments. I not only like the look of these, but also love that they can be monogrammed and personalized. Add an initial or an anniversary — so cool.
For me, a Christmas tree is all about the ornaments. If you have a large ornament collection, you'll love making them the stars on this unusual tree.
Metal Ornament Tree
Mirror and glass finishes were often used in 1920s decor. These ornaments hung on your tree will add the necessary sparkle for a Jazz Age holiday.
This box of snowflakes makes me happy. I love how they add a natural element to the tree decor. I'd even hang them from my chandelier to add some Christmas cheer to the kitchen.
For your Tiffany-inspired tree, use a variety of aqua blue ornaments, both matte and shiny, and mix in silver. I actually mix in silver and lime green on my tree.
Filled with fragrant balsam needles, Quite Alright's hand-sewn tree ornament combines good old-fashioned craftsmanship with a bit of contemporary neon.
I am obsessed with these tiny porcelain ornaments. I think they are so simple and beautiful, and I love the red and white butcher's twine they are hung with. They'd be a perfect touch to a Scandinavian-inspired Christmas tree.
This ornament, based on Robert Indiana's famous pop art sculpture, would make a super cute home accessory by removing the ribbon.
Block Word Ornament
What better way to remember the designer in your life than with a Pantone Christmas ornament? Pick their favorite color, and they'll remember their true calling every Christmas.
Whimsical red mushrooms add a storybook woodland feel to the tree. These could be used year-round in my house.
These unique holiday ornaments will last well through the winter season and beyond. Handmade from plant cuttings, the ornamental phase in the lives of these succulents is only temporary as these plants will happily take to planting and may even begin to sprout new roots while still hanging on the...
Ingrid Shwaiko's handmade wooden snowflakes are almost as delicate and original as the real thing. They'd be the perfect touch for a Scandinavian tree.
This is a giant collection of shapes — 125 ornaments all together. This is a great way to get a base to build upon.
Clip long branches and twigs to include in your large vase, and then hang these eggshell ornaments from them.
Holiday color schemes also need not be followed: dress up your home with ornaments in unconventional colors, like this magenta glass sphere from West Elm.
I love the thought of an elegant tree wearing nothing but these gorgeous crystal ornaments that resemble icicles.
This is the perfect small item to take the skull past Halloween — an ornament. The silver makes it chic, not kitchy.