Odds and ends made of twigs, sticks, driftwood and other flora and fauna abounded. Accessories like these from Gold Leaf Design Group are easy to incorporate into existing decor. We love these spheres especially and can see them in a traditional room, dressing down a formal bowl.
Who knew driftwood could look so elegant? This candelabra from Bobo Intriguing Objects would be gorgeous on any dining table and makes eating by candlelight a breeze.
For that spot that simply requires a statement accessory, look no farther than this Arteriors oyster shell sphere. In a bookcase or on a nightstand, this piece can hold its own.
Statement lighting was definitely a theme of this year's market, and many of the most gorgeous fixtures were nature inspired. This Bobo Intriguing Objects Egg Branch Chandelier, for example, is made from Polish tree branches.
Regina Andrew jute pendants make a statement either alone or grouped together. Gorgeous in a sunroom or over a breakfast room table — we'd like to have all three!
This stunning chandelier from Currey & Co. is made almost entirely of shells. We can't think of anything more appropriate for a beach-home dining room.
This earthy moss and lichen landscape is the perfect touch for any room that needs a little green.
Fast-growing, sustainable bamboo was a popular plant at this year's market. If you like the shape of bamboo but are bored by the color, no problem. Painted bamboo was well represented too. Springlike colors, such as teal, orange and yellow, and even sophisticated metallics make bamboo work, even if you're far from the seashore.