Maybe you can’t swing the mortgage on any of these Frank Lloyd Wright homes currently on the market, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a little Wright inspired design.  Each of these interior home decor items were created based on the famed architect’s iconic works.

10. Taliesin III Lamp

This dramatic floor lamp was originally designed by Wright for the Hillside Playhouse (1933) at Taliesin, his Wisconsin home and workshop. Cherry wood blocks climb in geometrical sequence around a central column, creating an undulating sculptural effect. $1,000 via

9. Hoffman Rug Wall Clock

Let the world know you are running on FLW time.  Adapted from a rug design created for The Max Hoffman House (Rye, New York, 1957), this clock features one of Wright’s signature intricate geometric patterns.  The clock is made by Bulova with spun finish aluminum bezel and brushed aluminum dial. $49.99 via

8. Hollyhock House Wall Panel

Fifteen pounds of pure geometric goodness, the Hollyhock wall panel replicate Wright’s stylized floral motifs. Built in 1917 for California heiress Aline Barnsdall, the Hollyhock House is a poured concrete structure ornamented with stylized hollyhocks.  This concrete panel comes backed with felt and ready to hang. $195 via

7. Waller House Urn

This copper red glazed ceramic urn is from one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s oldest designs.  Wright originally designed a pair of these urns in copper back in 1899 for the Edward C. Waller House in River Forest, Illinois. $99 via

6. Oak Park Sofa

Adapted from Wright’s design for a chair in his Oak Park Home & Studio, this sofa is crafted of solid white oak or cherry wood. Available with leather or upholstery fabric cushions. $4,400 via

5. Ennis House Planter

The planter and coordinating votive candle are adapted from Wright’s concrete block system for the Ennis House known as “Textile Blocks” (Hollywood, California, 1924-25). Made of cast concrete, these stylish pieces can be enjoyed indoors or out.  $34 -$67  via

4. Lake Geneva Magazine Rack

Keep all your architecture and design magazines handy in this decorative rack. Made of hand-cast aluminum, the  design is adapted from a window of the Lake Geneva Hotel in Wisconsin (1911; demolished 1970).  $89 via

3. Robie House Tabouret

This versatile Prairie School styled table can serve as footstool, stand or low table. Looking for a deal? The original price of $725 has been slashed to $425 via

2. Waterlilies Throw

Much better than a snuggie! Warm yourself with stylized waterlilies floating on a pool of green and blue. This design is based on an unexecuted art glass window. $84 via

1. Ingalls Bed

Wright originally designed the Ingalls Bed in twin dimensions for the 1909 J. Kibben Ingalls House in River Forest, Illinois. To accommodate contemporary needs, the piece has been adapted to King, Queen and California King sizes. $4800  via

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