Natural accessories for the home
When we began the process of building our home I had my heart set on a classic kitchen with marble counters and back splash. Two years later I still love it, patina and etching in all. Living in the Pacific Northwest where natural elements are so important, I wanted to keep the palette neutral and add in natural accessories such as shells and stone. White and grey are always a constant here and I am always on the lookout for unique, natural accessories and I’ve recently added several new pieces to my home and love the look!
The first peice is a 7″ inch slanted marble vase. It is perfect for the kitchen sink area, on a coffee table, or on your vanity. This vase looks beautiful packed full of flowers or you could add something as simple as a branch of eucalyptus or a few pieces of fresh lavender.
The 8″ vase is gorgeous and looks stunning packed with pink peonies. I like the leather strap and if you like to multipurpose things, the vase easily doubles as a wine cooler!
I’ve been looking for a small dish to hold my kitchen soap and finally found one! This piece comes in a couple of sizes. Mine is a 6″ tray that works perfectly for the space. You can use it on your kitchen counter for your soaps or in your powder room for your favorite trinkets.
Thank you Rove Concepts! All styling and comments are my own.
Beautiful Leslie. Your home is so bright and airy. Love it!
Hi Lauren, Thank you for visiting! ..hope you are enjoying your week:)
Your home is enchanting. Love the new vases, especially the slanted one. I’ve been adding a few special pieces for my kitchen. I love marble, so happy I went with my first choice. The peonies are so pretty, love the chair…………
Thank you so much Emily! Yes, those vases are gorgeous and I want to get one in gray. xo
With you 100% here!
Thanks for popping over Karolyn!
Leslie, your home is looking gorgeous as always! Loving your fiddle leaf fig, looks like you have it in the perfect spot. :) I have managed to keep mine alive for 5 years! I finally had to bite the bullet & treat it with some systemic granules…I was battling scale and sap. I think it’s about to sprout some new leaves though!
Thanks Linda! I love my fiddle leaf tree and so far so good. It seems to like the spot it’s in. Our great room is really OPEN with lots of windows that allow the filtered light to come through. We were told to fertilize once a month and water when dry. Such a gorgeous plant!