At the spring market, three looks stole the show: crystal gems, seaside charms and 3-D geometrics.
Nature’s bounty: These accessories star mineral crystals, polished fresh from the earth.
Handley Drive’s Quartz Star sculpture takes inspiration from mid-century sputnik design. The marble base supports the brass fixture and quartz crystals. Available in three sizes. www.handleydrive.com
Available in horizontal and vertical directions, the Spear picture frame from Emporium Home has a row of natural quartz crystals along the top. Finished in Satin Brass. www.emporiumhome.com
The Celestite Crystal Bloom from John-Richard appears from a cast brass branch and is mounted on a clear crystal cube. Measures 7.25 inches tall. www.johnrichard.com
By the sea, oh how happy we’ll be: Shells, starfish and ocean blue give these accessories a coastal feel.
These Starfish Statues from Crestview Collection make a splash with a Ceramic Blue and Yellow finish. They measure almost 13 inches wide. www.crestviewcollection.com
The Mermaid floral vase from Jamie Young polishes off any seaside decor. Shown here in blue ceramic, it’s also available in white. www.jamieyoung.com
Geometrics are still trending, popping up in the accent category in 3-D fashion.
This set of three Geo Shapes from Regina Andrew Design stand strong together or spread out over a room. Made of iron with a natural finish. www.reginaandrew.com
Designed by Billy Moon, the Venya sculpture from Uttermost reflects light through the mirrored center cube, surrounded by open iron cubes. Measures 24 inches high. www.uttermost.com