Just because fall is upon us, it doesn’t mean that we have to abandon the patio and retreat inside. There are plenty of ways to add warmth – both literally and figuratively – to your outdoor space. Here of ten of our favorite pieces that will help you do just that.
1. Pier 1 has a lovely selection of outdoor lighting options… get this wood and glass lantern here for $25.
2. These cozy plaid blankets are available for $39 apiece at Overstock. Continue Reading
It’s easy to find cool patio furniture – but it will usually cost you a pretty penny. And most of the affordable pieces are just plain ugly. But we were sure that there must be some chic and affordable dining sets out there, so we set out to find them. And now we’re sharing our findings with you!
Affordable original art can be hard to find. And it's even harder to find good original art. So we've rounded up ten lovely picks for you. Here are our current favorite pieces of colorful artwork that won't break the bank.
1. This pastel seascape will only set you back $60. Buy it here. [Artist: Lana Ballot]
If you’re short on square footage, walls can be a valuable and under-utilized storage area in the home. There are tons of wall-mounted storage and organization products out on the market today; here are ten of my favorites.
1. Grab this combination spice rack and towel holder over at West Elm. [Photo: West Elm]
Delight.com‘s fun 2008 Holiday Gift Guide got us thinking about how to get through all the Holiday Gift Guides out there. So here’s a comprehensive summary to the best 2008 Holiday Gift Guides we could find, organized by topic, just for you!
Use it as a “guide to gift guides”, to help find what you’re looking for. I’ve started with the obvious interests of Curbly readers. If you’re looking for foo-foo-y girly gifts or a nice warm robe for Grandma, you’ll need to do a little online research. Continue Reading