- Wood Gallery Single Opening Frames $30 – $102 Special $24 – $81.60
- Wood Gallery Oversized Mat Frames $85 – $115 Special $68 – $92
- Wood Gallery Multiple Opening Frames $43 – $115 Special $34.40 – $92
- Wood Gallery in a Box Frames $209 – $499 Special $167.20 – $399.20
- Lee Gallery Frames $39.50 – $149
- Colette Floral Vases $19.50 – $99
- Tuscan Terra Cotta Vases $29.50 – $99
- PB Found Dough Bowls - Oblong $199 – $249
- Silver-Plated Engravable Frames $29.50 – $49.50
- Eliza Gallery Frames in a Box $159 – $249
- Acrylic Gallery Frames $79 – $149
- Eliza Gilt Single Opening Frames - Champagne $29 – $99
- Cason Frames $29.50 – $69
- Floating Gallery Frame - Metal Finish $39 – $169
- Floating Wood Gallery Frames $39 – $169
- Gallery in a Box Frames – Champagne $265 – $655 Special $185 – $458
- Aiden Frames $39.50 – $59
- Beaded Silver-Plated Frames $29 – $69
- Modern Silver-Plated Frames $29.50 – $59 Special $24.50 – $44.50
- Arthur Grosgrain Frames $34.50 – $59
- Tisbury Frames $49 – $99
- Eclectic Blue Vases $39.50 – $79
- Sonoma Vase Collection $34.50 – $99
- Marlowe Ceramic Vase Collection $49.50 – $149
- PB Found Oversized Wine Bottle $149 – $199 Special $119 – $159
- Crackle Cachepot $19.50 – $89
- Blue Ikat Terra Cotta Vase $129
- Mother-of-Pearl Frames $59 – $89
- Wood Gallery Oversized Black Mat Frames $85 – $115
- Recycled Glass Balls - Set Of 3 $19.50
- Galvanized Vases $24.50 – $49.50
- Recycled Glass Vases $29.50 – $119
- Athena Vase $49.50
- Demijohn Vases $49.50 – $129
- Fluted Glass Vases $29.50 – $49.50
- Portofino Vase $149
- Monique Lhuillier Grace Bud Vases - Set of 3 $69
- Monique Lhuillier Devon Tortoise Shell Frames $34.50 – $39.50
- Monique Lhuillier Stella Silver Frames $34.50 – $39.50
- Dylan Tension Frames $39.50 – $69
- White Spike Coral $29.50
- Round Woven Tray with Handles $59 – $79
- Cora Frames $29.50 – $59
- Photo Grid $49.50
- Irving Architectural Vases $34.50 – $79
- Sophie Terrarium $49.50 – $79
- Aegean Clear Glass Vases $44.50 – $99
- Large Round Dough Bowl $179
- White Wave Coral $39.50
- Woven Circle On Stand $49.50 – $69
- Hourglass On Brass Stand $59
- Lynn Brass & Mirror Tray $49 Sale $33.99
- Antique Silver Butler Tray $149 Special $89
- Rope Frames $24.50 – $49.50
- Sarah Bartholomew Madeline Tray $79
- Bosphorus Clear Glass Bowls $39 – $49
- Monique Lhuillier Isabella Catchall $12.50
- Horse On Stand $149 Special $119
- Mirrored Dresser-Top Trays $49 – $89
- PB Found Woven Wine Bottle $159 – $199 Special $127 – $159
- Eliza Gilt Multiple Opening Frame - Champagne $89
- Hourglass Display Object $129 Special $103
- Distressed Keys - Set Of 3 $24.50
- Bronze Rocking Horse $399
- Ribbed White Hourglass $24.50
- Irving Glass Vases $69
- Barrett Cast Candle Tray $69
- Addison Silver Rectangle Tray $129
- Zinc Fruit - Pear $34.50
- Silver Hammered Tray $99
- Zinc Pheasant $49.50
- Ferris Wheel $199
- Bronze Jack $29.50
- Extra Large Broad Wave Coral $99
- Galvanized Oval Tray $39.50
- Abigail Frames $24 – $39
- Modern Brass Frame $29.50 – $59 Special $24.50 – $44.50
- Cebu Woven Tray $69
- Faux Pumpkins $12.50 – $44.50
- Mercury Glass Pumpkins - Rose Gold $10.50 – $29.50
- Outdoor Mr. Bones - Natural $99
- Mercury Glass Pumpkins - Silver $29.50 – $59
- Harvest Pumpkin Candle Basket $129
- German Glitter Pumpkins $12.50 – $34.50
- Mosaic Pumpkin $59.50
- Long Metal Tray $149
- Ceramic Owl Object $34.50
- Bronze Glass Mosaic Pumpkin $34.50 – $69
- Pumpkin Vase Filler $19.50
- Ceramic Crow Object $39.50
- Found Wheel Barrow $699
- Chalkboard Tombstones, Set Of 3 $119
- Dried Pumpinos Vase Filler $19.50
- Oxidized Silver Pumpkin $69
- Sugared Pumpkin Vase Filler $19.50
- Essential White Vase $99
- Skull Vase Filler - Silver $29.50
- Faux Teal Pumpkin $24.50
- Wood Box Pumpkin $99
- Harvest Tray $49.50
- Mosaic Gourd $34.50
- Woven Pumpkin $39.50
- Sugared Cranberry Vase Filler $19.50
- Grace: The American Vogue Years $175
- Horse Head Bookends $79
- Spike Object Bookend - Brass $59
- Herald Clock - Black $199
- Grayson Square Desktop Clock $49.50
- Natural Histories: Extraordinary Rare Book Selects $50
- The House That Pinterest Built $65
- The Authentics $60
- Haute Bohemians $65
- Magnifying Eye On Stand $59
- Vintage Inspired Pressed Glass Hurricane $29.50 Sale $9.99
- Premium Flicker Flameless Wax Candles $49.50 – $99
- Faux Tillandsia Succulent Stem $29.50
- Lilly Pulitzer Sea Turtle Box $49.50
- Lilly Pulitzer Gold Hermit Crab $49.50 Special $39
- Lilian Vase $49.50 – $79
- Standard Wall Clocks $69
Tips for Using Home Accents
Accessories and accent pieces help you turn a home that's outfitted with furniture you love into a space that really feels like your own. Decorating your home is something that can add just a little extra personal touch, especially when it comes to smaller accents.
Finding the right home accents and getting them into place can beautify every room, from your living room to the bedroom. Use this guide from Pottery Barn to master the art of accessories.
Know Your Color Scheme
Creating a stylish space all starts with a color scheme. For most rooms, three to four colors should be the primary ones used in the space. One or two outliers is okay, especially when it comes to secondary colors in large items like rugs, but a limited color palette makes it much easier to find the right balance.
When choosing accessories, remember your color scheme at all times. Patterned accessories can include other colors that aren't in your color scheme, but at least one tone should fit in with your existing decor choices to really work.
Find the Perfect Place
Many people see accessories they love and want to buy but end up leaving them at the store because they aren't sure where they should go. While decorative accessories can go almost anywhere, there are some common places where they tend to shine.
Coffee tables, bedside tables, side tables, desks, and bookcases are all ideal places to show off your accessories. Large kitchen counters, bar areas and even items like upright pianos and mantels can hold accessories to bring a finished, refined look to your space.
Quality Over Quantity
Once you've picked your color scheme and found the right place for your accessories, you may be tempted to go a little wild with decorating your space. Even if you love every item you buy, too much of a good thing is still too much, especially if you're dealing with a small or medium-sized room.
In general, the rule of three is an important one to stick with. When decorating any surface, avoid placing more than three decorative items near one another. If you do, you'll be creating visual clutter instead of a decorative landscape that draws the eye in and brings the room together.
Large spaces and surfaces can sometimes handle more accessories, but in most cases, less truly is more.
Showcase Your Favorite Elements
Decorative objects in groups can bring a space to life and create a central theme in terms of style and color. Not every accessory that you have is going to be one that has intrinsic value to you, though. Those items, the ones that you'll take from place to place with you, are the ones with the most appeal.
Items like family portraits, pieces of art or objects you picked up while traveling are ideal focal points in your decorative displays. When finishing an area or choosing supporting accessories, look for ways to make the special decorative items that mean the most to you stand out.
Choose Useful Accessories
Home accents help make a room feel finished, but in some spaces, they can serve an important purpose too. Items like decorative boxes are ideal for hiding things you don't need out and in sight all of the time. Bowls can keep loose items like change and car keys handy without putting them on display.
Useful accessories like decorative bookends can also keep your space tidy by keeping books in line.
Vary Sizes and Heights
Accessories that utilize similar colors and metal finishes help give your room a cohesive look, but when everything is the same size and height, it may feel uninspired. When decorating your spaces with accessories, look to vary the size and height of items that go in a grouping.
By varying sizes and heights you'll keep the viewer's attention moving around your display instead of simply looking past it. That will make exciting decorative objects stand out instead of blending into the background.
Have Some Fun
The decorative accents you pick for your home play an important role in the overall style and feel of each space. Getting too serious and overthinking each little item can ruin the fun.
Instead of focusing on finding the perfect accessory, focus on finding something meaningful, inspiring or truly beautiful to you. Don't be afraid to think outside the box, and if something seems a little wild for your space, it could be just what you need. Sometimes a surprise element can really take a room to the next level.
Accessories can breathe new life into any room and help tie elements of your decor together even if they seem like a tough match. Best of all, they'll let you showcase elements of your personality and style that make a house a home.