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Here’s What $100 Will Get You at Ceylon et Cie

It's no easy feat, but it can be done.
By Caitlin Clark |
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It’s good to have goals. When it comes to home décor, having a vision is key to the creation of any dream home. But as visions tend to lean more towards the aspirational than the attainable (blame Pinterest), it’s easy to fall into the “oh just looking” category of home décor shopper. But don’t let a fear of a sales associate’s disdain leave you too nervous to enter your favorite stores. If your goals align with ours – that is, if you simply want to purchase something (anything!) from your shop of choice – then see below for a few cool, funky, and, most importantly, affordable pieces from one of our favorite aspirational décor shops: Michelle Nussbaumer’s Ceylon et Cie.

Full disclosure: finding anything for under $100 at Ceylon et Cie is no easy feat, but it can be done.

 

Red Rose Selenite – $48

This would look cool pretty much anywhere, but it would make for a superior paper weight.
This would look cool pretty much anywhere, but it would make for a superior paper weight.

 

African Tribal Bowl – $65 each

We can totally see these hanging in the home of your cool, world-traveling aunt or distant cousin.
We can totally see these hanging in the home of your cool, world-traveling aunt or distant cousin.

 

Rock Candy Cup – $105

 We know, we know... these are not technically under $100. But they are SO close and they are SO cool.
We know, we know… these are not technically under $100. But they are SO close and they are SO cool.

 

Dragonfly Glass Plate – $17.25

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You could use this cute little dish for cheese and crackers; but really, it’s far too pretty to be covered in dairy. Maybe just some clear hair ties.

 

Quartz – $68

Because everyone should have a small hunk of quartz laying around in their home. It’s the second most abundant mineral in the Earth's continental crust after all!
Because everyone should have a small hunk of quartz laying around in their home. It’s the second most abundant mineral in the Earth’s continental crust after all!

 

Milagro Water Craft – $80

 A rube - “Can I borrow that vase?” You - “Um, excuse me; did you mean that water craft?
A rube – “Can I borrow that vase?”
You – “Um, excuse me; did you mean that water craft?

 

Mother of Pearl Shell – $43

No nautical themed room or beach house would be complete without one of these pearly treasures. You can find them throughout the shop ranging from $35 - $55.
No nautical themed room or beach house would be complete without one of these pearly treasures. You can find them throughout the shop ranging from $35 – $55.

 

 

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