Nova Table Lamp
Interesting lighting is what separates good design from great. This modern-shaped marble and antique brass lamp will cast such a good glow in your home you'll barely notice your Lego-strewn carpet.
To buy: West Elm, $130
Salt and Pepper Grinders
Distract your kids from their subpar meal of box mac 'n' cheese with a set of the most beautiful salt and pepper shakers they've ever seen. They may even inspire you to cook a real meal. (I said "may.")
To buy: Wayfair, $64
Glowing Arbor Pots
These little pots have loads of personality and will happily contain your houseplants. Don't have time to keep anything but the kids alive? Fill them with office supplies for a modern bohemian vibe.
To buy: Anthropologie, $22
Palm Springs chic is having a moment and these shiny dimensional vases are just the bling your bookcases need—when they aren't filled with those flowers that arrive once a year, of course.
To buy: CB2, $15, $10
Design is in the details and these cocktail napkins are no exception. The pink and coral graphic pattern is hand-printed on linen, lending a luxe feel to Saturday afternoon cocktails, even if you are just spiking the Kool-Aid.
To buy: Heath Ceramics, $30
We love the organic shape of these plates and you can mix and match these pieces into your already existing set. At the very least, choose a set of chargers to give your dinner plates a bold boost. It'll take any microwave meal from meh to amazing.
To buy: World Market, $80
Let's face it, quilts have a fuddy-duddy reputation. This handmade blanket, however, showcases that modern design can live large in a centuries-old craft.
To buy: Etsy, $155
Reusable Water Bottle
This faux bois bottle will keep you stylishly hydrated and never have you guessing whose water bottle is whose. That is, until everyone at the PTA meeting sees it and copies you.
To buy: Bloomingdale's, $35
Diamond Ice Cube Tray
Diamonds may be a girl's best friend but diamond ice cubes are a mom's favorite rock. They will keep your cocktails cool and fancy.
To buy: Urban Outfitters, $14
Floating Photo Frame
This delicate photo frame has an airy presence for your memories and keepsakes. The unexpected black framing keeps it grounded. Fill it with your kid's artwork because getting photos printed is annoying and brings up the issue of unfinished memory books.
To buy: Modcloth, $18