This decorative white ceramic owl makes for a cute companion on your bookshelf or side table. Mix it with other decorative items for an eclectic look.
We love a good game of chess, but must confess our interest in this chess board is as an interesting decorative piece for your coffee or side table. It adds style and interest, and who knows when the urge will strike for a sponaneous game! The board has a beautiful veneer comprised of different wood, while the chess pieces are solid wood. And when you're done it folds away for storage.
Add interest to book shelves, console tables or niches with this cute pair of decorative birds. Their simple, elegant shape suits modern décor such as nordic style.
This playful decorative piece is inspired by an American artist known for his pop art sculptures of every day objects, finished in bright, mirrored colours. Our reproduction of his famous Baloon Dog mini is inspired by the original and comes in neon pink, gold or silver. This is a replica item, and not associated with Jeff Koons.
We love decorative items that are both beautiful and functional. This vintage style globe with brass cradle and solid wood base looks great on a bookshelf - it also comes in handy when you need some inspiration for your next holiday destination!
This beautiful handmade model of a 1930's Bently Bowler brings interest and charm as a decorative item. Hand made of tin plate like toys cars used to be, each piece is unique. At 35cm long it looks great on a mantle or book shelf.
Sometimes it's the little details that make the difference. So, you've moved in, or just completed your remodelling, and you have all the big pieces in place - floor furnishings, wall colour, furniture.. You're done, right? You'd be missing out on one of the best (and most fun!) ways to add style and personality. Collectively, decorative objects in your home say a lot about you and your personal style. These could be items collected from your travels, or just items that you've liked and bought over the years. The danger here is ending up with a clutter of random stuff, so curation is key. Regularly edit your collection and narrow it down to just the items you love, and ideally those that fit your decor style (don't worry - they often go hand in hand). Then arrange them in and around your home - there is no rule book for this, so don't be afraid to use your instinct and experiment. But if you are look for some advice, here is a great place to start.