1. Metal Ampersand Magnet Board // 2. Desert Yucca Candle Jar // 3. Life is Beauty Full Pillow // 4. Chandler Metal Flower Vases Set // 5. Camille Pendant Light // 6. Onion Grassy Tray // 7. Ashton Shag Wool Rug // 8. Dorran Woven Basket Set // 9. Simple Stripe Pillow // 10. Large Swish Decanter // 11. Gear Sculpture
With Thanksgiving less than two weeks away, I've started searching online and making lots of mental notes for possible holiday gift ideas for friends and family. When it comes to home decor, my mom and my sister have very similar taste to mine - which makes it especially fun to shop for them. The pieces you see above are all home accessory items that I'd love to have, so I know they'd appreciate them as well. And really, when you opt for more minimalist, neutral goods like these that are high quality and go well with so many design schemes, you're bound to make almost anyone happy.
Each of the items I've chosen for this gift guide also happen to come from Art.com, who recently unveiled their new Home Accessories line. The curated collection features everything from hand-embroidered pillows with bohemian details to mid-century modern chairs, hand-tufted rugs and decorative mirrors. There is seriously something for everyone you guys. So if the people on your list prefer more traditional goods than the modern pieces featured in this gift guide, you're sure to find something for them as well. My favorite thing about this new line is the fact that each piece is hand-selected by Art.com's expert merchants - ensuring that the collection is full of high quality items ideal for anyone looking to find the perfect gift or keep their own space current, fresh and fashionable. And there are more than 2,500 items to choose from, starting at just under $20.00. Score.
In case you're not familiar with Art.com, the California based company offers, in addition to their home goods, the largest selection of handpicked art images online - as well as custom framing, specialty printing, and interactive visualization tools. Their mission is to help everyone explore, experiment with and express themselves through artwork - and have fun doing it. That is something I can really stand behind.
Oh yeah, and if any of my friends and family are reading this and feeling the desire to get me that woven basket set for my holiday gift this year, I wouldn't complain or anything.
What about you guys? Do you like giving (and/or receiving) home accessories for the holidays? Which piece above is your favorite?
This post is in collaboration with Art.com.
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