Accessories are the most important part of any properly decorated room. They’re the finishing touch – much like the earrings, scarf and shoes you wear to complete an outfit.
Sculptures and statuary are an emerging trend that will help you put that final piece of jewelry in any room. Here are a few I’ve chosen to get your creative decorating minds a head start on this trend.
Have you visited One Kings Lane? They feature daily sales on individually selected home products. This Saturday, June 4th, interior designer, Michelle Nussbaumer, will be featured as one of their Tastemakers. They select items from their own inventory. Which brings me back to statuary.
These Tang Dynasty-style ceramic rams (pictured above) will be included in the sale ($749 – marked down from $1,400). You have to grab these deals fast as there are only a few pieces available and they sell out quickly. In the case of these horses, they’re one-of-a-kind. I often see statuary and sculptures at One King’s Lane.
I love this metal bird created by artist Llana Goor. These birds (there are several on Nia Goods Etsy’s shop ($350). I have a few iron birds, painted white that I use to decorate the edge of our pond. You can copy me. But at this price, I might leave this indoors.
Jennifer’s Styling Tips
Sculptures look terrific on mantles, atop a stack of books, on a bookcase or a side table. Some make great centerpieces on the dining room table.
If your sculpture is large, consider putting it on a pedestal in a corner of your room. It will give your room height.
Do you have your own favorite way of using sculptures? Let’s make a list.