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Add an artisan-inspired touch to your décor with this hand-carved wooden bowl. Perfect for tabletop centerpieces, we love the whitewashed finish and organic textures of this decorative piece.


Making your space your own is one of the best parts about moving in, or, if you’ve been there for a while, just simply changing up what you already have. Try incorporating objects that speak to you, like this vase set for example: Crafted from iron, each piece in this set of two showcases a conical, tapered base with a long neck and an L-shaped handle, allowing them to work well in any contemporary setting.


A solid-wood base, streamlined shape, and on-trend button tufting? We're here for it. Built on a frame made from solid rubberwood and upholstered in polyester, the foam-filled headboard features two rows of neat biscuit tufting and provides a comfy spot to sit up and read (or scroll through social media) before bed. The short, angled legs add a contrasting element that completes the look. The bed includes center support legs and four wood support slats but requires a box spring for optimal support.


Virginia Sin, the woman behind SIN, is a Brooklyn-based multi-disciplinary designer whose work has been featured in Architectural Digest, The New York Times and more. In her Greenpoint, Brooklyn studio, Virginia designs and handcrafts American-made goods for your home. Crafted of stoneware coils, the Overhand Knot is an ornamental work of modern art that can double as a paperweight.


It was a below zero-day and the details of the frost on this horse's nose inspired me to capture this image. There was an intensity I felt from this horse and the photograph seemed to capture the cold and stillness after the storm had ended. The contrast between the black horse and the fresh snow created a dramatic image of beauty and detail.

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