Celebrate the beauty of imperfection with these five natural, and naturally inspired, accent pieces that stay true to the look that Mother Nature gave her.
Good cast details
Clear in copper, the mold for the metal base of this wall mirror was hand-sanded, a process that ensures the detailed shape of the designer is accurately replicated in intricate detail.
Perino’s Garden Center, 3100 Veterans Blvd., Metairie, (504) 834-7888, perinos.com. Europe convex mirror (21.5 inches across by 1.5 inches deep) in copper finish metal, $ 349.
This double-bud vase blooms from stems of finely sanded copper, giving your flowers an instantly enhanced aesthetic.
Eclectic Home, 8211 Oak St., New Orleans, (504) 866-6654, eclectichome.net. Gold twig double vase (14 inches long by 12 inches wide by 11 inches high), $ 323.
If Mother Nature is the artist, a bowl of natural stone can not help but become the distinct star of your coffee table or bookshelf.
Villa Vici, 4112 Magazine St., New Orleans, (504) 899-2931, villavici.com. Hollowed natural stone bowls (size and shape vary with natural stone), $ 95 each.
This metal sculpture, with five upward-reaching textured tree branches, makes a striking centerpiece for any season.
Dunn and Sonnier, 3433 Magazine St., New Orleans, (504) 524-3235, dunnandsonnier.com. Oval branch sculpture (14 inches high by 7.25 inches wide), $ 159.95
Rock and read
Cut from aragonite, the mineral normally found in pearls, these bookends lend their weight and appeal to your current lineup of favorite books.
Amazon, amazon.com. Misty gray stone bookends (5 inches wide by 4 inches deep by 6.75 inches high), $ 50.09 each.
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