Decorative accessories, artwork and mirrors are the jewelry of interior design
How can you transform your home adding warmth, beauty and style? Why, it's simple. Add some high end accessories. Just as scarves are a great way to add color to your wardrobe, so dynamite decorative accessories will add pizzazz to your decorating style. Below are photos of high end luxury decorative accessories, artwork and mirrors that can add excitement to your interior design.
This client wanted a graceful serene painting to go over their large sofa. We found this wonderfully large and lovely painting of a dancing girl and had it made just the right size. The client loved it.
This client wanted each accent piece to be special. We hunted for unique pieces that would be special to them. The three vases added the orange color from the artwork on the adjoining wall. The buffet is handmade with vintage detailing. The mirror is made of a thick iron frame, hand crimped and scalloped with hand painted bronzing. It has so many special details, such as silver and brass balls, decorative rope trim and a metal hook that is all for show.
The mirror is handcarved out of mahogany and very detailed. The beautiful bronze woman could be called "Mary Poppins" for fun. The two lamps have very special metal shades and fascinating finials on top.
The delicious and decorative crystal bowl looks different when it is in different shades of light. The two crystal balls add more mystery when they reflect off the bowl.
This sculpture is made of nickel and is 36 inches tall. This sculpture was inspired by a found fragment from a vintage sculpture. The use of negative space gives it a light feel and a versatility of application.
This very large handmade clock has the vintage look of a antique with the contemporary size to work in todays luxury homes.
This starburst mirror gave this client a striking detail to their foyer. The mirror is flanked by two contemporary buffet lamps.
High end luxury decorative accessories, artwork and other accents should reflect the clients taste and should speak to them. The interior designer can not hunt for the perfect pieces until they truly understand their client. The client should look for an interior designer who will ask questions and listen to them.