Houseplants have long been a staple of home décor, offering a small piece of nature a place indoors. Now, you can take it to another level with a swath of home décor products being made from natural objects like crystal, stone, wood, wool and geodes. There’s no reason to limit the influence of the great outdoors.
Modern History’s Crystal Rectangle Wall Mirror is sure to make you do a double take. Hand-applied quartz crystal creates a stunning frame for what’s sure to be a statement piece in any room. $3,567, www.perigold.com.
Neither shaken, nor stirred
DFW local On the Rocks offers an array of handmade geode products, from wine glasses to napkin rings. A bottle of wine looks even more inviting when resting on the natural edge coaster — showing off the ornate intricacies of the geode. $60, www.ontherocksbysfs.com, local pickup available.
Texture, nature and style converge in Cyan’s Aspen Coffee Table. Made from reclaimed wood, the stunning tabletop melds elegantly with the modern lines of the stainless steel base. $1,998, Maven, www.designwithmaven.com.
Nature doesn’t have to mean neutral. Couture Lamps’ Cienega Table Lamp adds pop to any room with its hand-applied purple quartz stones. $405, Maven, www.designwithmaven.com.
Soft, sheared and safe
Design Within Reach’s Sheared Sheepskin Rug is a pleasure for your eyes and your feet. Made from sheepskins tanned without chromium, the rug adds an element of nature and texture to your room without harming the environment. $1,500-$3,300, Design Within Reach, www.dwr.com.
Go, geode, go!
The Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams Natural Agate Geode is subtle, but it still manages to make a statement. Hand picked and hand cut, each geode is unique in its color patterns and formations. $670, Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, www.mgbwhome.com.