Muhs Home

Muhs Home has started to become my go-to shop for great tabletop window shopping. I originally stumbled onto their site looking for Fog Linen coasters, but I recently found myself bookmarking an incredible new set by Molly M designs that were metallic and well, perfect. In addition to great coasters, Muhs carries a great range of serving dishes, salt cellars and porcelain pieces that look like splurges but are actually on the more affordable side. I’m eying a few of the acacia cake stands but you can check out and shop their full collection online right here. P.S.: If you like Molly’s coasters, she makes a gorgeous Gem version of the ones shown here you can buy at her site. xo, grace

More goods from Muhs Home after the jump…

  1. Those acacia wood cake stands are just fantastic. I can picture them sitting on top of a gorgeous marble-topped counter and paired with a delicious cheesecake!

  2. At first I was going to say the metallic coasters are my fave, but once I saw those little envelopes my heart melted.

  3. Those coasters are perfection.

  4. Tia Stockton says:

    That wood and porcelain…. I’d have everything in my house made of those two materials if I could. Especially that wooden mug!

  5. Those are really cute! I definitely need to make a trip over to Muhs Home. My best friend is having a housewarming in June so this is just in time.

  6. Love love love those bronze and gold boxes and the ceramics, just lovely, oops did I say love again!

  7. love love love those bronze and gold boxes and the ceramics, so lovely

  8. That cake stand is spectacular

  9. Martha Hopkins says:

    I love so many things in that store. If anybody’s listening, I’d like those long spoons. Also, too, the demitasse spoons on the site.


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