Classics Redefined: Planters and Architectural Pieces
Both floral bouquets and stone accessories fill the gap in room arrangements by adding beautiful details. Flowers are meaningful for their fleeting beauty but urns and sculptures have the advantage of enduring.
Holding toilet paper rolls between toilet and shower, filling the gap with a gracious shape, the lidded finial planter softens the tiled wall linking it visually to a faux stone painted wall. $245 Finial Planter
A greek head defines the neo-classical theme on a vanity counter. $295 Hypnos God of Dreams, $1195 Architectural Fragment Mirror, special $110 each Le Pautre Prints
Adding detail between drapery panels, filling the angle of a bay and apologizing for the view of a brick wall outside the breakfast room windows is a glamourous obelisk on an art gallery base. $295 Paris Obelisk
A large fiberglass acanthus leaf planter fills in a corner of the building. $325
A stone garden bench is piled up with surprisingly dressy pillows ready for an hour of writing or reading “en plein air”. Restoration Hardware Faux Bois Bench, feather/down pillow assortment $100 to $250