collections | Apr 22, 2021 |
Layer up: 7 eye-catching new decorative accessories

From a unique objet to a bold vase, decorative accessories are often what make a space truly memorable. Ahead, peruse seven striking new pieces that can take any room to the next level.

Regina Andrew Origami Star from Lulu and Georgia
Regina Andrew Origami StarCourtesy of Lulu and Georgia

Regina Andrew Origami Star — Lulu and Georgia
While Regina Andrew’s Japanese-inspired objet from Lulu and Georgia looks as though it could be made of a hefty plaster or marble, it’s actually composed of lightweight aluminum. Its powdery white finish softens the angular figure, making it perfect as a statement piece or mixed in with other objects.

The lotus candleholder from Chelsea House
The Lotus candleholderCourtesy of Chelsea House

Lotus Candleholder — Chelsea House
Capturing the beauty of a flowering lotus, this white-lacquer and gold-leaf candleholder makes an elegant statement. Though it’s made of steel, the petals have a dainty, delicate quality like the flower that inspired the piece.

The Rault pool house lantern from Bevolo Gas & Electric
The Rault Pool House lanternCourtesy of Bevolo Gas & Electric

French quarter Patio Lantern — Bevolo Gas & Electric Lights
Bevolo has translated its craftsmanship and signature style into a collection of portable lanterns. Designed to be used with large candles, the French Quarter patio lantern makes a dreamy addition to a tablescape or an outdoor seating area.

A wood burl sculpture from Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams
Wood Burl sculptureCourtesy of Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams

Wood Burl Sculpture — Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams
Bold curves mingle with the beauty of the natural wood in this sculptural piece from MGBW. At once organic and refined, it can easily sit anywhere that a pop of personality might be needed.

The Pale Wood Chain from Bloomist
The handmade pale wood chain from BloomistCourtesy of Bloomist

Pale Wood Chain — Bloomist
Crafted in Honduras, Bloomist’s pale wood chains are hand-assembled and whitewashed, creating natural variations and making each piece truly one-of-a-kind.

The Cheetah Kings pillow from Ngala Trading Co.
The Cheetah Kings pillowNgala Trading Co.

Cheetah Kings Pillow — Ngala Trading Co.
U.S. showroom Ngala Trading Co. partnered with the South African textile brand Ardmore on a jungle-inspired collection. Patterns like the Cheetah Kings feature vibrant hues and bold interpretations of South African heritage.

The Magnificent Bouquet from Diane James Home
The Magnificent bouquetCourtesy of Diane James Home

Magnificent Bouquet — Diane James Home
Renowned for creating beautiful faux floral arrangements, Diane James Home made this new collection of magnolia blooms from a combination of natural fabrics, real bamboo and preserved moss. The result is a stunning and timeless bouquet.


Products featured in this article have been sourced from BOH’s Collections vertical, a showcase of the latest debuts from some of the industry’s leading brands.

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