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  • ShopHomegrown Coffee Handmade Wood Sign


    Available in 20 colors and two finishes (distressed/vintage or clean/modern), this hand-cut, hand-painted wooden sign is a perfect accent for any coffee addict’s abode. Place it right above your coffeemaker so that, when you stumble into your kitchen in the morning with your eyes barely open, it’ll lead you like a beacon to that sweet, sweet java.

    $40 at ShopHomegrown | Buy

    | Posted 10 Jan, 2013 in Home by Janet
  • LooHoo Wool Dryer Balls


    Reduce static cling and soften your clothes without chemicals with these nifty tennis ball-sized contraptions. Made from lanolin-rich wool that’s been hand felted, these dryer balls will last for several years and the colors won’t ever bleed onto your clothes.

    $28 at The Green Life Co Store | Buy

    | Posted 09 Jan, 2013 in Home by Janet
  • Claudia Pearson Buy Local Tea Towel Calendar


    Going locavore in 2013? Well, then, you’ll want to know which produce you should buy each month of the year, when it’s in season and at its peak. This fun tea towel calendar can be framed or pinned on your kitchen wall, or you can use it to pull double duty as a dish towel. Mmm, can’t wait for July and all those strawberries.

    $16 at Claudia Pearson | Buy

    | Posted 08 Jan, 2013 in Home by Janet
  • Leif Glitter Tart Server


    Available in silver or gold, this sparkly server turns even supermarket pies into something extra special. After all, why shouldn’t a Wednesday evening feel like New Year’s Eve?

    $22 at Leif Shop | Buy

    | Posted 08 Jan, 2013 in Home by Janet
  • Lenox Holiday Optic Tumblers


    Holiday wassail will seem all the cheerier when served in these cranberry hued goblets. Whether you’re serving mulled wine to grown-ups or sherbert punch to wee ones, they’ll add a festive touch. Don’t forget to set out Santa’s milk and cookies with the milk in one of these glasses, too! Even Santa appreciates a good tablescape.

    $40 at Gift Collector | Buy

    | Posted 07 Jan, 2013 in Home by Janet
  • Joseph Joseph Nest 9 Plus


    Holy space saver, Batman! This nine-piece prep set offers a large portion of the kitchen gear chefs need, without taking up tons of cabinet room, making it perfect for small apartment kitchens. Included are five measuring cups, a small spouted mixing bowl, a mesh sieve, a colander, and one large mixing bowl.

    $50 at Sur La Table | Buy

    | Posted 03 Jan, 2013 in Home by Janet
  • ElisabethMichael Joy Pillow


    True, this Greek key-printed pillow with red sewn-on letters is technically a Christmas decoration. We’d be inclined, though, to put on the sofa all year long as a reminder to keep joy in your life, no matter what the date is.

    $35 at ElisabethMichael | Buy

    | Posted 03 Jan, 2013 in Home by Janet
  • Gemstone Magnet Set


    Adorn your refrigerator with these stunning, unique mineral magnets - that Chinese takeout menu and the dentist appointment reminder card suddenly look a lot classier. The set includes four different agate slices and one each of pyrite, geode, amethyst, and quartz.

    $36 at Leif Shop | Buy

    | Posted 03 Jan, 2013 in Home by Janet
  • The Bar10der


    We daresay James Bond probably has this 10-in-1 bartending tool in his tuxedo pocket at all times - after all, one never knows when one must craft the perfect martini or mojito. Cocktail emergencies can happen at any time! Includes a muddler, channel knife, reamer, zester, jigger, knife, stirrer, corkscrew, bottle opener, and strainer in one handy Swiss Army Knife-style contraption.

    $50 at Spoon Sisters | Buy

    | Posted 03 Jan, 2013 in Home by Janet
  • Thankful Print


    ‘Tis the season for thanks and giving, and what better way to remember that than with this graphic print from Hen & Co. Who couldn’t use a reminder that Thanksgiving and Christmas mean much more than Black Friday and piles of presents?

    $22 at Hen & Co. | Buy

    | Posted 19 Nov, 2012 in Home by Rene
  • Foxy Fall Creatures Mug Set


    Everyone can use more mugs- they have a way of disappearing over time- and who wouldn’t want to be gifted this adorable set of animal-themed cups? Perfect for a fall or winter hostess gift, these sweet creatures make keeping track of party beverages easy: You have the raccoon, I have the fox, etc.

    $44 at Organize.com | Buy

    | Posted 14 Nov, 2012 in Home by Rene
  • Cuban Film Screenprints


    Foreign film fanatics will appreciate this quartet of four prints of Cuban films from the 1995 XVII de Nuevo Cine Festival International Latinoamericano. The bright, graphic colors printed on heavy archival paper will last for years, and will add a pop of fun to any room in your home.

    $125 at Furbish | Buy

    | Posted 01 Nov, 2012 in Home by Janet
  • Lydia Faux Taxidermied Stag


    Have you met Lydia? She is a faux deer head with funky bronze antlers, and she is fabulous. Lydia will add some cool, nature-inspired interest to your space without all of the gore and guilt of a truly (formerly) real deer.

    $110 at White Faux Taxidermy | Buy

    | Posted 29 Oct, 2012 in Home by Rene
  • Brooklynese Buttah Dish


    Don’t worry, you can round out the set with shuguh, cawfee and creamah.

    $19 at Fishs Eddy | Buy

    | Posted 22 Oct, 2012 in Home by Rene
  • Eat Your Heart Out Dinner Plate


    This will either delight you or completely gross you out. We find this, uh, graphic depiction of a heart rather charming. Folded Pig screen-prints unwanted restaurant plates to create one-of-a-kind, offbeat place settings. If this freaks you out, do not check out their skeleton collection. Are there any cardiologists on your holiday shopping list? Because there is no more perfect gift to warm their heart.

    $20 at Folded Pigs | Buy

    | Posted 16 Oct, 2012 in Home by Rene
  • Spider Web Runner


    Lay out a feast fit for goblins and witches and whoever else rings the doorbell on Halloween night. A spider web fits the theme perfectly, and this laser-cut table runner from Crate & Barrel nods to Halloween in a ghoulish but understated way. This runner makes a great gift for any arachnid lover, too.

    $30 at Crate and Barrel | Buy

    | Posted 12 Oct, 2012 in Home by Rene
  • Olde Salem Village Cotton Pillow


    This primitive cotton pillow has the most sly reference to Halloween we have ever come across. Your guests might not even notice the beautiful, hand-stenciled “Salem 1692”, and once they do, the connection could still be lost. Hint: It is the precursor to those pointy black hats, straw broomsticks and plastic cauldrons so popular this time of year.

    $24 at Alexandra Rosie | Buy

    | Posted 10 Oct, 2012 in Home by Rene
  • Pop-Up Basket


    Get this- the Pop-Up basket can be whatever you want it to be. Corral your recylcing, magazines, whatever you choose. Or, you can place it on your coffee table to look nice and confuse guests. A steel basket that comes flat and can be stretched to suit your needs? The future is here, and it is amazing.

    $65 at Mio | Buy

    | Posted 09 Oct, 2012 in Home by Rene
  • Colorelish Autumnal Equinox Print


    Finally, autumn-themed decor that doesnt involve country Jack-O-Lanterns, cutesy haystacks, or gobs of plastic leaves. This print (comes unframed) slips easily into any 8”x10 frame youve got hanging around for a burst of fall color without the chintz.

    $20 at Etsy | Buy

    | Posted 04 Oct, 2012 in Home by Janet
  • Pumpkin Bakers


    Available in cream or orange, these darling individual serving-size baking dishes are perfect for fall entertaining. Your inner Martha Stewart will adore serving mini pumpkin chocolate bread puddings in them at Thanksgiving, or filling one with candy corn to give to your kids teacher.

    $5 at Cost Plus World Market | Buy

    | Posted 04 Oct, 2012 in Home by Janet
  • Crow Platter


    Serve up your autumn-inspired treats on an attractively macabre platter. A sinister-looking crow perches on a pocket watch- perfect for the hostess with a dark side.

    $95 at Apartment 48 | Buy

    | Posted 02 Oct, 2012 in Home by Rene
  • Edison Portable Lamp


    What a bright idea- a portable lamp. Light up any space you need with this compact and clever lamp from Fatboy. Edison himself would be impressed.

    $79 at Horne | Buy

    | Posted 10 Sep, 2012 in Home by Rene
  • Dinner: A Love Story


    Need some family dinner inspiration? Or a game plan for how to even make that happen? You must read Jenny Rosenstrachs cookbook/memoir/instruction manual, Dinner: A Love Story. Any cookbook that contains a recipe for Lazy Bolognese is a winner in our book.

    $16 at Amazon | Buy

    | Posted 21 Aug, 2012 in Home by Christy
  • New York Bar Towel


    New York, New York, a helluva town. The city that never sleeps is paid tribute to on a vintage-inspired bar towel which makes for a terribly cute housewarming gift. Mop up martini spills with this kitchy-chic homage to the Big Apple.

    $20 at Wine Vine Imports | Buy

    | Posted 03 Aug, 2012 in Home by Rene
  • Smart Spaces with smartwater


    In this economy, its all about making do with what youve got and turning that make do into make amazing! If you dont have room for a full office in your apartment, for example, you dont have to move or do a major renovation in order to get one! Transforming underused areas into functionally fabulous spaces that work for your needs is the latest craze in DIY home design, and fueling up with smartwater when youre doing it will keep your creative juices flowing. Here are three places that are easy to repurpose into the office of your dreams, with links to some at-home transformations we loved:

    1. Dining Nooks: Many older homes and apartments have these, in addition to formal dining areas, but who has both a breakfast table and a dinner table these days? Hit the thrift shops or Craigslist for a small vintage desk or a dining hutch that can be adapted into a desk. If necessary, drill a couple of holes for power cords and electronics ventilation. Voila! A petite, perfect office! PS many nooks come with built-in seating that, with a little extra cushioning, can serve as your desk chair.

    2. Closets Galore: Willing to part with some precious, precious clothing storage space? (You probably dont rrreeeeeally need seven identical little black dresses, after all!) Smaller closets make great vertical mini-offices! Install shelving and wall-mounted canisters along the side and back walls of the closet and paint the shelves and closet walls contrasting colors. Fit in a board or tabletop at desk height to serve as a work space. Remove the closet doors, or leave them and use them for additional storage too, with over-the-door organizers and small shelving units. You can also take inspiration from the classic Murphy Bed and install a fold-down desktop in the closet.

    3. Built-in Entertainment Units: If your home was built in the 90s or early 2000s, there might be a prefab TV unit with shelving built in to the living room walls. Most TVs these days, however, are too large to fit into those small square boxes - not to mention all the DVD players, Wiis, DVRs, and the like we need to go along with ‘em. They make perfect offices, however! Take out a couple lower shelves and doors to fit a space for a chair, if necessary, or just install a pull-out keyboard tray.

    The best part of crafting your dream work space? Youre not bound by the beige restrictions of cubicle land! If youre inspired by 60s pop-art prints and bold colors, go for it! Likewise, if youd prefer a cool, zen space to get your brain in gear, feel free! Paint the walls, trim, and furniture your favorite colors, line drawers and shelves with wallpaper samples, hang your favorite prints, and add a plant or two. There’s nothing quite as satisfying as turning wasted space into functional, fashionable ones. Of course, whatever DIY office you end up with, make the finishing touch an ice-cold bottle of smartwater to keep you hydrated while you work.

    This content series is in partnership with smartwater. Renovation is delicious: smartwater. click here to learn more.

    $0 at smartwater | Buy

    | Posted 03 Aug, 2012 in Home by Janet

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