New Arrivals: Good House Calls

New Arrivals: Good House Calls

Only 11 days until fall is here (yes, we’re totally keeping count)! Bring on the cozy blankets and cool temps!

If you’re like us, you’ve already started scheming ways to make your place feel a little more festive. We pulled some of our favorite things in the store that channel the season yet still feel appropriate if it’s a scorcher outside.

See some of our selection below. For the full collection, click here!

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WOOD AND LEATHER CUTTING BOARD – $28

This rustic cutting board is perfect for serving food at a holiday fete. It’s also a great decor piece in the kitchen during down time from entertaining.

 

VINTAGE TEAL ASHTRAY – $24

This vintage ashtray serves as a stylish piece of pottery. Use it as a chic organization piece for paper clips, jewelry or whatever you need to tidy up in your life. Or, place it in a bookshelf as beautiful decor!

 

WOVEN BOWL – $29

Hang this pretty jewel-tone woven bowl on a wall for a unique piece of art. Or, fill it with fruit and make your kitchen counters pop.

 

BLACK AND WHITE STRIPE AFRICAN MUD CLOTH – $89

Fold this striking mud cloth and drape it over your sofa for a luxe layered look. Or, use it to upholster that project you’ve been putting on the back burner for ages. The hefty textile is perfect for recovering items!

 

VINTAGE YELLOW TURKISH RUG – $89

Hello, sunshine! This cheery Turkish prayer rug is perfect for an entry way or bathroom. We love how it’s super thin and silky to the touch!

 

PINK AND WHITE TRIANGLE MUD CLOTH – $89

This unique pink mud cloth would look beautiful folded at the end of a bed or even hanging as a simple DIY headboard. Or, just cuddle it around your shoulders and use it as a blanket when temps finally dip.

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Want to see more from our handmade and vintage home collection? Click here! We also have all of these items and thousands more inside our store located at 3009 Commerce Street in Deep Ellum. We’re open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday. 

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