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Redefine Home: Curbly's Top Picks for a Well-Curated Home!

Redefine Home: Curbly's Top Picks for a Well-Curated Home!

Using Linsi's philosophy that a home should be curated rather than decorated, we've rounded up a few of our favorite pieces from Redefine Home, pieces that we're sure you're going to fall in love with!  Ready for our top picks?  Read on!  

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1. Vintage Hotel Key Rack: $58

2. Coco Loveseat: $1795

3. Mathias Console Table: $950

4. Sailor Mustard Pillow: $48

5. Antique Wooden Beast: $175

6. Fishing Floats: $14

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7. Wire Nesting Baskets: $10 - $18

8. Galvanized Numbered Stools: $58

9. Mini Light One by John Beck: $205

10. Metal Subway Signs: $86

11. Elephant Vase: $50

12. Basano Grappa Bottles: $18.50

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13. Sea Life Dinner Plates: $45

14. Sea Life Side Plates: $38

15. Vintage Enamel Pendant: $110

16. Recycled Wool Pillow: $155

17. Avi Adjustable Stool: $175

18. Tube Station Wall Clock: $75

19. Gaston Seat: $563

So Curbliers, we've presented our favorite pieces but we want to hear from you!  Check out Redefine Home and let us know which items are at the top of your list!

 

This post was sponsored by Redefine Home (thanks!); however, the opinions are ours alone.

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bruno on Jun 26, 2011:

Kimbo; I appreciate the feedback, and appreciate your opinion. I think lists like this can provide great inspiration, even if you don't buy any of the items. Capree has great taste, and I love seeing what items she'd grab if she got to go on a shopping spree. If you end up DIY-ing any of these instead of buying them, more power to you!


Kimbo on Jun 26, 2011:

While they are beautiful, I think listing items like this goes against the definition of DIY and Curbly's traditions. Why should I buy a Tube Station Wall Clock if I could make it with a $12.75 clock kit from Amazon and some paper and sharpies? I know that this post is sponsored, but less of these and more of DIY!


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