If you follow my blog, you understand that after interior design, there’s nothing I enjoy more than traveling. In fact, my favorite quote is by Susan Sontag who said,”I have not been everywhere, but it’s on my list” So I guess it’s only natural that house accessories that elicit other places always catch my attention. — Ally of From the Right Bank
Maria Dahlgren Stockholm Tray – $36
I am a massive fan of Swedish artist Maria Holmer Dahlgren, and this particular tray depicting Stockholm’s landmarks may be my favorite of the colorful products.
Forum Cushion by Christian Lacroix – $170
This stylish pillow with a black and white scene of Arles, France is my current obsession.
London Poster by Jim Datz – $60
This poster of London signage has such a fantastic vintage vibe.
Atlanta Pillow – $149
As a new resident of Atlanta, I think I need this pillow to help me find my way around! I love its throwback quality and also the fact that it’s embroidered by hand.
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San Francisco Icon Kitchen Towels, Set of 2 – $12
Two towels with such sweet hand sewing for only $12? Sold!
Subway Map Coasters – $13
I heart NY and what about it (including the subway), so I think I need a set of these.
Peking Handicraft Pillow, Paris Hook – $60
If you can’t get enough of Paris, here’s a fantastic souvenir that will also add some fun colour to your house.
World Map Pillow – $100
The ease of this black and white map, the rectangular shape and the black ducts make this pillow one of my favorites.
Going Places Kids Blanket – $130
This wool blanket would be a entertaining but chic bit for a small globetrotter’s room.
Going Places Multi-Coloured Kids Throw Pillow – $50
I love how there’s so much going on in this pillow: a train traveling on a bridge over water with trees and also a town in the background.
Around The World Aqua Cotton Mix Cushion – $100
This might be the cutest pillow for a child’s room I have ever seen.
Ciutat Wallpaper – $115
I love all cities, so I am really drawn to this particular pattern of an anonymous town that perfectly captures urban life.
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Parisian Icons Kitchen Towel – $9.95
The black pompoms have an already adorable towel on the top.
Famille Summerbelle Special Offer Maps – $60
Maps always make good wall art, and this print of a hand-cut newspaper world map is such a fun variant.
Atlas Tapestry – $39
This tapestry will make a fantastic focal point in a room. And what an incredible price!
Desktop Globe – $39
I have always loved old globes and I love the way the brass semi-meridian bracket gives this inexpensive one an antique feel.
Copenhagen Tea Towel – EUR 11
Copenhagen is a beautiful city and I really like this modern yet marginally vintage interpretation of it.
Set of 6 Travel Plates – $24.95
These cocktail plates are like small pieces of artwork. They’d be great to hold alter, rings or simply to display.
Taj Mahal Shower Curtain by John Robshaw – $150
I am a big fan of functional items that may also serve as artwork, like this cotton shower curtain printed with some of India’s great landmarks.
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“My Town” TOPO! Map Coasters, Set of 4 – $49
That is such a cool thought. Give them any U.S. speech and they will produce a more cork-backed, four-tile marble coaster set that reproduces a map of this place. It might make the best housewarming gift.
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