2,369 Mediterranean Accessories & Decor Products
When you’re redecorating a room that’s in dire need of an inspirational new look, you don’t need to splurge on all-new furniture — in reality, all you need is a few throw pillows, rugs, vases, frames and mirrors to instantly liven it up. Despite often being small, accessories can pack a mighty punch and quickly change a blah room into a well-designed mediterranean space worthy of a magazine cover. There are a wide variety of products to choose from, so use these tips to determine how best to incorporate them into your space. More
I use a lot of pillows to add interest to a design. I prefer to mix patterns and scales to draw your eye to the sofa and make it a focal point in the room.
This Trina Turk embroidered pillow evokes Mediterranean textiles and would be amazing against a white chair in a light-filled space.
This beautiful and exotic fabric is especially fun when it's used as upholstery on a French chair, like a Louis or a Bergere.
The cool gray base of this Moroccan lattice wallpaper would work well in a washroom. I did a similar color scheme in my downstairs powder room, and it plays very well with white, black and silver finishes.
In my opinion, you cannot go wrong with a blue and white trellis rug. It is absolutely classic and a piece you can continue to use well after a trend has passed.
Hang a set of four openwork panels with scroll designs on your wall. Each grille features different patterns with small olive berries, leaves and scrolls.
I can't get enough of yellow, and this hand-tufted carpet features the perfect yellow with an oversized Moroccan pattern. Perfection!
This beautifully handcrafted mirror is framed in intricate metalwork with leather accents. This piece may be displayed vertically or horizontally.
This medium-size print would be great for a chair (I'd love it on a spindle chair) or a headboard. You could even do a sofa, as long as it is tailored and has clean lines.
I have always liked ethnic textiles in pastel shades. This Moroccan-inspired flat-weave rug is a good example. It would work in a traditional interior as well as a modern one.
Who doesn’t love Moroccan design? I think a collection of these lanterns would be wonderful for holiday time. Plus, you have the option of hanging them.
I am dying to line up two rows of these tile-print votives along my tabletop. Nothing is as lovely (or as flattering) as candlelight.
Sure to fill your home with a rich bouquet of elegance and uncompromising style, Fine Furniture Design Raylen Vineyards Sauvignon Landscape Mirror is a must-have inclusion. Crafted from walnut solids and cherry veneers, this piece features European traditional design elements blended with Louis...
Raylen Vineyards Sauvignon Landscape Mirror
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This beautiful wall is completely covered in wallpaper — three different patterns to be exact. Amazing, right? The center is called Nasrid Palace Mosaic in Aegean, and it is made to look like Mediterranean mosaic tiles. The interlacing border is the Darro Mosaic in Aegean and looks killer paired...
Who wouldn't want a little Greek Isles inspiration in their own backyard? Cover your outdoor furniture in this sturdy fabric from Schumacher, and you'll feel transported in no time.
Featuring delicate vine and leaf design, the Grapevine Wood Holder from Napa Forge is a great addition to the Grapevine Fireplace Screen. Comes with an elegant brushed copper finish.
These living walls are upcycled from an elegant column bases. Makes a eye catching statement wherever you may hang. Mounted with a solid waterproof backing and industrial picture wire. Each living wall is unique & planting may vary slightly from the one pictured above yet will be just as thick,...
Preserved while freshly picked, natural evergreen foliage looks and feels like living boxwood. Single topiary is potted in mossy stone finished terracotta planter.
I love the lines provided by this exotic Ikat pattern; it shakes up the way we've been seeing Ikat presented everywhere lately.
This pillar candleholder made of ceramic and is finished in an glossy aged sea blue glaze with rustic accents.
If you live in a studio or loft, dividing the space can be tricky. Try a classic decorator trick and position a decorative screen between two areas. An open style like the one shown here isn't meant to provide complete privacy, but it will do a fine job of visually dividing the space, as well as...
Abella Floor Screen
These lanterns are so versatile and can be used all year-round to add a flickering, cozy ambience to any dark space in your home. Group a few on your mantel and transfer them to the dining table when dinner is ready for a little added sparkle.
The stenciled and detailed walls in northern Africa are beautiful. Here is a similar design that reflects the architecture of Morocco and adds a pop of bold design to a space.
If Shabby Chic is your favorite style, these distressed Veneitan shutters-turned-room screen is for you! It will add an architectural detail to a room that may be suffering from boring drywall overload.
The gorgeous Venetian vase is a true work of Art created by the hands of Murano Glass masters. This Murano vase features beautiful colors and a pattern of stylized flowers created using famous Murano Millefiori technique (the name means "a thousand flowers" in Italian), which was invented by...
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