Guest Picks: Turquoise Adds the Right Touch
This funky mirror would be perfect over a staid, antique chest. We'd use it in a bedroom.
Garden seats are so versatile, indoors and out. We'd stack fluffy, fresh towels on this one in a guest bath.
This ultra-versatile piece instantly converts from luggage rack to butler's tray. We would use it on a porch for casual serving or stick in the guest room for suitcases.
Take a lamp from boring to bold with this amazing finial!
We all need a place to set our drinks — and they should never be boring. Jonathan Adler makes protecting furniture stylish.
There's no doubt that art makes a room. We love a modern piece like this in a formal living room for a casual touch.
Wastebaskets are one of those tiny touches that can make such a difference in a space. We know we'd love to have this one in our bathrooms.
The texture of this pillow is almost as fabulous as the chevron print. We can see this as the single color on a solid white bedding set.
These napkins are so cute that we wouldn't want to wipe our mouths with them! Paired with simple place settings, they absolutely make a table.
Trays are one of the most versatile pieces in any entertainers' arsenal. On the counter or an ottoman, they're perfect for serving drinks or appetizers.
This rug screams "playroom" to us. We love the fun animal shape and think kids would too!
This throw adds energy to any piece of furniture. We would use it over the end of a white chaise for impromptu naps.
There's no better place to add a punch of color than the front porch. We'd fill this with plants for an instant welcome.
End tables are a great place to make a statement. We would use this one beside an oversize club chair.
Even the most formal dining room can use a punch of the unexpected. This bar cart could double as a buffet for stylish serving.
Pillows truly are the jewelry of the couch. Lately we're loving a single pillow in a graphic print like this to infuse a neutral sofa with style.
This fun and funky box is a fantastic place to house jewelry. We would display it on the bathroom counter.
These sconces are a true focal point in any space. We would use one in a powder room as the shining accessory.
We are huge fans of garden seats. We would use a pair of these on a porch or patio as a chic coffee table.
For a tiny touch of turquoise, this candle looks and smells great. We'd use it in a guest bedroom for a sweet night's sleep.Next: Color Crush: A Pop of Turquoise