Guest Picks: Sticks and Stones
I do love a little chinoiserie. This wall panel is made of hand-pieced birch sticks and is just the right mix of Oriental and natural.
This white agate table display is stunning and would be perfect on a coffee table or library shelf.
How about this Curved Branch curtain rod? It’s so great for a boys’ room or a cozy den.
This woodsy wallpaper has long been a favorite of mine. It’s a great neutral backdrop and a fun design element.
If your bar cart could talk, it would say, “I need these stone coasters!”
This mirror, framed in natural bamboo sticks, would add texture and a fun kick to a more formal room.
Artsy and natural, this driftwood sculpture would be a nice contemporary piece to mix with antiques.
I have a similar stone garden stool that I use as a side table. I love the weathered look of this one.
Use this ash cutting board in the kitchen as a cheese board or as a pedestal for a cloche or other decorative object.
Agate bookends are sophisticated and beautiful.
I love to see decorative birch poles like these either by the fireplace or propped up in a corner.
I would use one of these great stone bowls as a soap dish or a bedside jewelry holder.
For a relaxed table setting, I like these flatware pieces with olive wood handles.
Have you seen these stone column side tables? Use one for a side table or two for a coffee table.
This bark votive holder has great texture.
How about a piece that is both stone and wood? I love this petrified wood serving board.
I think this driftwood chandelier would be just the thing for an eclectic room.
Here’s a great spring decor piece: a stone bird’s nest.
I’d wrap a tin can with these birch bark strips to make a cool vase or container.Next: Make a Beautiful and Long-Lasting Driftwood Centerpiece
I’m starting off with my favorites: beautiful geode drawer pulls from Anthropologie. These would be stunning on bath cabinetry.