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11,378 Eclectic Accessories & Decor Products
This eclectic wallpaper is giving traditional colonial style a little nod and a wink, yet ironically, it truly would fit right into the most traditional of colonial homes, as well as a bungalow, an eclectic apartment, and many more kinds of homes. Oh and seriously, "Lady of the Manor" - how great...
For once, here is a character-themed design that doesn't make me run away screaming. I love how subtle this Peter Pan toile is. I'd put it in the playroom or nursery.
Pottery Barn modeled this rustic wood frame after a picture window of a secluded auberge in the French countryside. A three-foot-diameter round aspect and interior grid make the mirror a unique focal point. Overall dimensions: 33.5" diameter. Frame is made from solid mango wood.
Believe it or not, this throwaway look-alike is not what it seems. This cup is actually a ceramic vase, and its design dates back to 1975. There are so many possibilities for this little gem — it's like one size fits all. Where wouldn't you place it?
I love the riotous combination of colors and patterns in this mat. It would look great in a teen girl's room or as a hall runner in an eclectic home.
Peaceful and serene painting done at the Cape. Beautiful blues and greys with warm whites. This is a giclee print mounted on 24"x24" panel, sealed with protective coating. Ready to hang.
A giant moose head with gilded antlers is quirky yet chic. I could see this moose adorning my office and looking fabulous.
I see this rug often on Houzz, and every time I love what it brings to the room. It's available in a number of colors and sizes, and the design is versatile without being boring.
Rocking out is an essential part of any camping trip. Camouflage your iPod with an alder wood dock, awesome indoors or out.
One of my favorite DIY ideas is sprucing up a few thrift-store items with an unexpected spray paint color. With these two mirrors, the work is already done for you.
Oh my how much I want this handmade driftwood mirror. Yes, you may see some around elsewhere, but no one has any that compare to the ones at Pieces, and each one is a true work of art. It brings natural elements into the home, but the white gloss finish makes it so much more interesting and artful.
Custom Driftwood Mirror: White...
This crazy-cute rug is lush and grassy. It also features snap-on daisies that can be placed in whatever configuration you want! Total conversation piece.
Daisy Garden Rug
Black and emerald green never looked as beautiful as they do in this over-dyed Pakistani rug. In a room with black furnishings, this rug will be the star.
Color Reform 6'1"x8'9"
Get your cartography fix without leaving the couch with a vintage map cushion from the Australian company My Bearded Pigeon.
Leave it to Urban Outfitters to design a flat-weave rug that delivers a fun, eye-catching pattern at a great price. I'll admit that I still shop in Urban Outfitters, even though it was my go-to store when I was a teenager! The brand is still a great resource for affordable decor, such as rugs that...
Floral Fiesta Rug
Mushroom Specimen Poster
Megan Upholstery Fabric
There is something about these abstract trees that are part Dr. Suess, part "Where the Wild Things Are." They add some fun graphic whimsy to any wall, whether its for a child's room or an adult who wants to add a little fun to an office, mudroom, kitchen or closet.
Silhouette from Harlequin
This gray and cream rug would be beautiful in a little girl's nursery, or even in your laundry room. It may make you want to do more laundry. Well, maybe not.
I'm into rustic chic, but not so much into the whole taxidermy thing. However, this deer brings in a bit of woodsy style without the whole Norman Bates thing. Bonus: there are two different sizes.
This rug is by famous interior designer Genevieve Gorder. With a playful pattern that simulates movement, it's certainly a wonderful statement piece.
These mirrored letters spelling out "love" are great for warming up walls or welcoming loved ones into your home.
Love Faceted Mirror
This NY Subway sign is based upon the eye-popping graphics and typeface of early 20th-century signs.
Subway Sign Art Washington
These bus rolls have fascinating graphical typography and a curious look about them that makes them great conversation starters for guests.
You may have admired her fabrics for years now, and if so, you are going to be blown away by her rug collection. This hand-tufted rug by Amy Butler adds a bold botanical burst to any room in your home.
Way ahead of her time and the trend, Flora Scalamandré originally designed this art deco wallpaper in the 1930s. Eighty years later it's back and more beautiful than ever.
Zebras Wallpaper, Yellow
The description of this bold rug describes bright wool butterflies atop colorful crewelwork, but all I see are some fabulous hearts.
Flutter Pattern Rug
Glass 'Wild Orchids' Mirror