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The vintage driftwood lamp was $1,700 at Gray Gardens, an antiques store in Stamford, Conn. It sits on a set of orange lacquer nesting tables that were $325 at West Elm. (West Elm no longer carries them, but it does have a set of two parallel nesting tables in cinnabar, for $199, which would work as an alternative.) "Design can be mass market," Mr. Groves said.

I LOVE the wallpaper, the headboard and especially the displaced wall - you could hang a real mofo of a picture in the upper part

Add seashells and coral paint to the shade and this will fit in with any beach theme!

Welkom bij Voorhaven 7. . . Oooo, love the table, love the driftwood lamp. xoxo

this drift wood lamp base is really cool. I want some twisty wood. Mom or Dad, any chance Cornelius is still lying around your yard??

I love the look of this someone took a regular chair, tried to squish it flat, and only partially succeeded. Now, where to put it? Hmm...

Log Vases "Each mango wood vase makes a striking statement displaying branches, dried flowers, or on their own."

Source Kudu Table Lamp | west elm

Soft white walls and modern furniture make up the backbone of this Zen-inspired living room. Low-lying furniture with simple lines creates a streamlined look. Bright orange and green accents keep the space looking crisp and clean.

My high school art teacher had this awesome poster in her classroom.