Sick of looking at the same ol’ same ol’? These accent pieces are perfect to add in one, two, or the whole collection. And yes, this article has a ton of neutrals. I love neutrals, they relax me. If you hate them, this might not be the post for you.
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This chunky woven basket is perfect to hold blankets, a plant, or if you’re like me, your dog’s toys.
I’m just obsessed with this throw pillow. It would look cute on a bed, the couch, or even strategically placed with extra blankets.
This rug would be super cute layered over another rug. Under the foot of the bed, in the living room under the coffee table, etc.
These are the softest sheets that I own, and I will (probably) never buy a different king. Bonus: the price is unbeatable.
If you have empty wall space, these shelves are super easy to install. When I bought these, I used it as an excuse to also get new plants to put on them.
If you’re someone who cannot keep plants alive or you don’t have enough natural lighting to keep real plants where you want them, these are a beautiful solution. These would be cute on a coffee table, on a mantel, or on the floating shelves that you just bought.
There are differing opinions on the potential benefits of salt lamps, but regardless it is a cute decor piece.
I have alternated this throw blanket between the foot of my bed and draped out of my basket that holds extra blankets.
The best art of a simple, neutral vase is that it simply accents the floral arrangement that it holds.
This fuzzy blanket comes in over 20 colors and 5 sizes so that it can perfectly fit your bed, couch, or used as a decorative throw. (Although something this soft should definitely be used as more than decor.)
This floor pouf adds a touch of cozy to any room it’s in.
I have similar lanterns surrounding my fireplace to enhance the warm, fiery vibes.
Sometimes all that your home needs to feel fresh and new is simply a nice, lit candle.
What are your favorite home decor themes and trends? Let me know in the comments below!