Recent Items

  • Infinity Navy Napkins


    These linen-cotton napkins not only look sharp, but they will last through many dinner parites- to infinity, and beyond.

    $38 at Pine Cone Hill | Buy

    (set of 4)

    | Posted 15 Nov, 2012 by Rene
  • The Christmas Tree Company 22in. Peacock Feathers Dried Floral Wreath


    For a decidedly unique take on the typical Christmas wreath, this bold peacock feather-adorned beauty is sure to add sparkle and class to your front door or mantel. Accented with sprigs of green fern, caspia and turquoise myrtle, it is a nice twist on the standard red-and-gold holiday decor scheme.

    $139 at Younkers | Buy

    | Posted 14 Nov, 2012 by Janet
  • Bag Planter


    Zero yard space is no longer an excuse for skipping a garden. Grow vertically, thanks to the bag planter from West Elm. This handy hanger will fit in pretty much anywhere, and is also useful if you want to keep your plants up and away from little hands (or paws).

    $40 at West Elm | Buy

    | Posted 09 Nov, 2012 by Rene
  • Cuisinart Stainless Steel Classic 4-Slice Toaster


    Can’t afford a cool retro-styled Big Chill refrigerator? Us, either. This jazzy little red and stainless steel vintage-y toaster, however, is going straight into our virtual shopping carts. It features slots wide enough to crisp two full bagels at once, plus customizable browning settings for each half of the machine.

    $70 at Sur La Table | Buy

    | Posted 08 Nov, 2012 by Janet
  • Williams-Sonoma Solid Cashmere Throw


    Has someone on your holiday gift list been very, very, very good this year? (Is that someone YOU?) Then give them the ultimate treat: This sumptuously soft, supremely cozy, cashmere throw blanket, which is available in 12 beautiful colors. And while you’re at it, get it monogrammed with your - er, their - initials, so no one will steal it.

    $249 at Williams Sonoma | Buy

    | Posted 02 Nov, 2012 by Janet
  • Custom Naked Cabinet


    Remember the Choose Your Own Adventure books that were so awesome when you were little? This is the grown-up, furniture version. Order a cabinet at Mio and tell them what size and configuration you want; how many doors, shelves, etc. Then upload artwork, a photo or choose from one of their own images to grace your custom cabinet.

    $180 at Mio | Buy

    (Prices vary based on configuration)

    | Posted 01 Nov, 2012 by Rene
  • Flower And Herb Dryer


    Go green in the kitchen by drying your very own flowers and herbs. This round, hanging dryer is a beautful addition to any localvore’s home.

    $22 at Spoon Sisters | Buy

    | Posted 31 Oct, 2012 by Rene
  • Jack Wills Faverley Cushion


    Still have British royal fever after the Will & Kate wedding and the summer Olympics? Show your love for Queen Elizabeth with this patriotic pillow, emblazoned with “God Save the Queen” on the front and a Union Jack print on the back. Then go grab a cuppa tea and settle down to re-watch your DVD of the royal wedding. (We know you have one.)

    $99 at Jack Wills | Buy

    | Posted 30 Oct, 2012 by Janet
  • Zara Home Leefiel Jars


    Your makeup brushes and cotton balls will have a chic new home on your bathroom or vanity countertops when you tuck them into these distressed mercury glass jars ($17 for small, $26 for large). A faux-aged patina and diamond-etched pattern add visual interest while concealing whatever you put inside.

    $17 at zara home | Buy

    | Posted 29 Oct, 2012 by Janet
  • Pinwheel Round Rug


    You spin me right round…the living room. Add color, charm and many smiles to your home with this cheeful rug from DwellStudio. Warning: Dizziness may ensue.

    $500 at DwellStudio | Buy

    | Posted 26 Oct, 2012 by Rene
  • Jacqui Coffee Table


    Perhaps Jacqui here is too fabulous for just a coffee table? Nah, we say it is just fabulous enough for you, full of color and that certain ooh la la.

    $870 at Apartment 48 | Buy

    | Posted 25 Oct, 2012 by Rene
  • Kate Decorative Keys


    Vintage everyday objects are huge in home decor right now, but if you don’t have the time to troll flea markets and antique stores, these iron skeleton-style keys are a great tchotchke for the price. Set them on an end table or bookshelf, or hang them on your key rack by the door for shabby chic flair. Just, um, don’t accidentally grab these instead of your car keys as you head out on a busy morning. Not that we’d know anything about that.

    $6 at Home Decorator's Collection | Buy

    | Posted 24 Oct, 2012 by Janet

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