Gnome Sweet Gnome: The Best of Gnome Decor

Gnome Sweet Gnome: The Best of Gnome Decor

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Nancy Mitchell
Aug 29, 2011

I have a gnome. His name is Isaiah, and he's always getting into all sorts of scrapes. Whenever my cat gets into trouble, I always suspect that Isaiah secretly put her up to it. But he's a cute little guy, which makes me want to buy all sorts of other gnome things for my house. And it looks like I'm not alone.

Lately gnome decor seems to be cropping up everywhere. I'll just have to be very careful not to let Isaiah see me smashing oranges all over one of his compatriots' little faces.

The Goods:
1. Gnome juicer, $30.
2. Gnome side table, $355.
3. Toadstool light, $69
4. Gnome salt and pepper shakers, $9
5. Gnome plate, $8
6. The definitive work of gnome lore. Gnomes, by Will Huygen. $20.
7. Gnome pillow, $40

Bonus: If nice gnomes are a bit too twee for you, here's a nifty DIY for creating an evil garden gnome. Apartment Therapy is not responsible for any mayhem that may occur after dark.

Images: as linked above.

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