Whether you are redesigning your space, working on a tight budget or just want to add a little extra detail to your home, finding the right accessory or decor piece can make all the difference. Rather than worrying about the big ticket items, adding or changing out the smaller details can add up to a big change.
Inspired by this season's biggest trend of earthy naturals, we have gathered 9 items to help you pull off the look for no more than $100 like this jute pouf which functions as a footrest on its own or as additional seating if you used multiples together in a room. If you have a shelf or bench these can be tucked away underneath and easily pulled out when you need the extra seating.
Mobiles are an often overlooked decor piece, typically reserved only for babies' rooms however mobiles can add a lot of shape and interest, especially as they twist and move slowly within a room. Danish made Flensted mobiles have been around for a long time and we think this piece is easily a classic. With shapes inspired by nature, the Thread & Life mobile is adaptable to multiple decor styles and that bit of brass is so on tread right now!
Who doesn't love a nice candle? Even better when they come in these chic, glass jars from Maison Louis Marie which can be washed and reused later on to hold pencils or cotton swabs once the wax has burned down!
It is common knowledge that new cushions can give a sofa, chair or bed a major facelift but don't go for just any ordinary cushion, consider a tufted one with a simple but graphic print like this one by Ferm Living. The texture feels luxurious, expensive but will also add a bold dash of style wherever it's used.
Single line drawings are having a major moment right now. You might be seeing them in all your favorite Instagram posts or interior design magazines. Take a slightly different spin on the typically black and white look with this print by Lou Lou Avenue in a pale nude and gold.
Rust and clay colors are also pretty popular right now. Think terra cotta accents and deep warm earthy tones like this 100% linen duvet set. Pair the rust-like colors with white, off whites, greys, black, or natural beige.
Rather than go for an ordinary white fruit bowl, choose something like this which looks just as amazing empty as it does filled with fruit. It adds a unique and graphic silhouette to your kitchen counter.
Another go-to decor piece is a good throw blanket. Even in the summer evenings, it's nice to curl up with a soft tufted throw like this which during the day adds texture and pattern to your chair or sofa.
It's not often that we come across stylish lighting for less than $100 but we scored big time with this find, a table lamp in brass and marble. The art-deco shape is minimal but the brass and marble keep it ultra modern!