Happy Saturday with Treasures from Room Service Home

Have you heard of Room Service Home? They started out quite small, offering a few gifts and then, in time, a postcard size catalog arrived. Time passed, customers came, and founders Ann Fox and Donna Spafford King discovered that customers obviously share their vision, that a home should reflect the person living there, it should show how you love to live. Both Ann and Donna feel that home is a place to play, entertain, sleep in comfort, read a good book and dare to dream; in other words, it should help you enjoy the simple pleasures of life. They've made it easy to create a space that is comfortable, functional and reflects the owners' personal style with Room Service Home. In fact, so many customers are shopping with them that they've expanded their merchandise and now offer a thicker catalog packed with beautiful wares, handpicked just for you by Ann and Donna. (You can request your free copy here.) Oh, and if you live in the Dallas area, be sure to stop by their retail store located at 4354 Lovers Lane in Dallas, Texas. For the rest of us, online we go!

Here are some of my top picks from Room Service Home. See what you think...

I've found a little something for our pal Jonathan at It's (K)not Wood. Faux bois dinnerware crafted from thousand year old pottery. Designed to look like limbs and twigs, these hand-glazed ceramic stoneware beauties add charm to any table. $10-79.

Send your pal a pretty note on these bird and nest post cards, sold as a set of 18 in a darling reusable tin. Perfect for framing, too! $15.

Worker bee? If you're a busy lady on the go, you can stay organized with these feminine durable totes, sold as a set of two (includes a letter- and a legal-sized tote). Perfect for toting a laptop or binders, too. Available in pink suede, blue leather, green leather or chocolate leather or Black leather. $175 set.

Love French reproductions? These attractive French garden vases in white glazed ceramic serve as perfect centerpieces or as gifts. Would be lovely for a wedding, too! $42.

Upgrade your manila folders for something pretty, instead. Work doesn't have to be boring! Aren't these designer desk sets the sweetest? $11-21.

Spend time preparing something sweet with this attractive antique white storage box. Recipe cards are included for storing in the two boxes below, and on top, flip up the stand to display your cook book. Clever! $74.

Love the idea of a cottage garden? For those of us that can only dream of cherry trees and blue birds, you can enjoy a bit of a cottage garden at home with this stunning dinnerware. $185 for the 20 piece set.

If you are fortunate enough to have a little garden to grow, the greenleaf garden tote is stylish and practical, giving you a place to tote your tools. $32.

Scotland in the yard, anyone? These floral garden boots have quite a story to tell! They were created in Scotland for the Royal Horticultural Society and come complete with a silky cotton lining, padded footbed and for the serious gardener, a steel arch shank for spade stepping. $69.

On a budget? Don't miss their sale section!

(top image: Perfect for the nature lover, the nest key keeper will add a bit of the outdoors to your space; great for those that love combining a vintage modern style or who enjoy cottage decor. $14. All images from room service home)