Porcelain Stripe Trays in yellow and grey
Coffee table by Olivier Dollé
Inspired by the willow tree with its compact trunk, Willow, by Louise Hederström for Nola, is a planter with multiple uses. It has openings coming out of its base that simulate branches in which you can grow a variety of plants. The opening at the top can hold more plants or a wooden disc that can be used as a side table or an extra seat.
Willow Planter with multiple uses by Louise Hederström
Black Bird Bottles by Laura Zindel
Live Screen: a vertical, self-sustaining planter system by Danielle Trofe
Abstract Modern Rustic Low Bench with Natural Finish by MSTRF
Italian owl figurine - vintage, by Prof Bessi
Minimalistic wood etchings of Mitch Hedberg quotes by Brooklyn-based artist and illustrator Kiersten Essenpreis
Paint your pegboard, front and back. Not only for aesthetics purposes, but also to seal the hardboard material. A kitchen pegboard is bound to experience water and oil drips, so a paint seal will ensure the material doesn't blister and break apart after a few months of use. Use a high- or semi-gloss finish enamel so you can clean your pegboard easily.
Kitchen pegboard with colorful/vintage pots, pans & teacups