From our walls to our countertops, there are so many opportunities to enhance our everyday indoor spaces with handmade home décor. Seasonal changes are a perfect time to redesign your most heavily trafficked home spaces, and can add new life to your interiors with relatively little effort. When it comes to decorative items, some of the latest trends incorporate hanging elements, geometric motifs, or natural wood textures.
This week, we’ve curated a list of our favorite home décor pieces that align with trending tones, textures, and shapes. Here are some of the awesome pieces from Revisions Design Studio, A Question of Eagles, Sandbox Ceramics, and Baskets by Debi.
Hanging Planters + Storage
Use your blank walls as a canvas! There’s no better way to spruce up your indoor spaces (especially small apartments) than to take advantage of your vertical surface area and high-up space. The honeycomb air planter from Revisions Design Studio is the perfect example of how to add high-impact geometric pieces to your walls—and they also add a touch of greenery to your life, which has been proven to boost your mood and promote calmness.
The hanging fruit basket from Revisions is also a smart way to store your fruits and veggies, clear countertop space, and add a stylish focal point to your kitchen.
Incense Burners + Votive Holders
Create a calming mood in any room with these gorgeous Hand Carved Napkin Rings from A Question of Eagles. Their glaze reflect the geometric trend and create an artful table setting opportunity that’s sure to delight guests.
The hand-thrown ceramic incense holder from Sandbox Ceramics is another fabulous piece to add to your bedroom, bathroom, or living space and fits all standard incense sticks. Its minimalist look works with all design schemes so you can place yours easily among other decorative items.
When it comes to natural materials, wooden surfaces have long reigned supreme in the world of home décor. The single pie carrier tote basket from Baskets by Debi is both useful and decorative, and it comes with a removable printed fabric liner designed to hold a standard 9-inch pie.
The lidded napkin holder is another woven wooden basket that serves as both helpful storage and elegant everyday decoration. What’s better? Both of these items are perfect for your next backyard barbecue or outdoor picnic, especially if there’s wind.
The beauty of these items is their simplicity and adaptability. Subtle white glazes and structural or textured details let you mix and match new with old, modern with rustic, and bright with neutrals. If you love this selection of handmade home décor items, you’ll love the rest of the handmade home décor items on our storefront!
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