under $100: tabletop


i know it’s been something of a budget-bonanza here lately but my new under $100 column (which is separate from the 4 weekly columns i’ve guest blogged at domino recently) just launched and i wanted to share the roundup of 20 great tabletop pieces. there’s a nice range of style and function so i hope you’ll enjoy it. click here for the full roundup and click here to view past under $100 columns.

[ps: i’m thrilled to welcome heather taylor from taylor de cordoba to the d*s guest blog today. click here to check out her posts and stay tuned for a sneak peek of her gorgeous home on thursday!]

  1. Liam hopkins says:

    Are the bones, salt and pepper shakers?

  2. Lecia says:

    I have that wooden set!!

  3. lauren says:

    everytime I go to the MoMA store I eye those brushed metal flower spoons. One day I might break down and steal them…just kidding! sort of…. :)

  4. Hooray for the budget-bonanza!

  5. Vanessa says:

    Do you know where the linens are from? (Love those, and the link isn’t working.) Great blog!

    1. grace says:

      hi vanessa

      the napkin? it’s from anthropologie. sadly this guide is gone because it belonged to domino- and when they closed they shut down the site :(

      g

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