I love the use of natural elements, such as driftwood, in home decorating. Driftwood’s weathered, warm earth tones can be used with all color palettes, making any room more interesting and organic by adding this textural element.
|Cote De Texas|
|Crate and Barrel’s Driftwood Mirror|
|Urban Outfitters Driftwood Mirror|
or Pottery Barn Teen’s version, which is priced at $99.
|Pottery Barn Teen Driftwood Mirror|
Interested in using driftwood as Christmas decor? I love these Driftwood Trees from Ballard Designs – they come in three sizes and range in price from $39 – $99. I’m hoping to find some of these at the Ballard Outlet after Christmas!
|Ballard Designs’ Driftwood Trees|
Ballard Designs also has a Driftwood Eiffel Tower ($129) for you Paris lovers out there
|Ballard Designs’ Driftwood Eiffel Tower|
and they sell a set of Two Driftwood Votives for $39. The votives are made of driftwood that encircles glass votive candle holders and is bound with iron bands. I think this would be a pretty easy DIY project if you substituted the iron bands for leather, burlap, or a fabric.
|Ballard Designs’ Set of 2 Driftwood Votives|
Pottery Barn Teen has a Driftwood Angel Fish (currently at a special price of $25) that would be perfect for a beach house.
|Pottery Barn Teen Driftwood Angel Fish|
Anthropologie has a Driftwood Birdhouse ($58) that would look beautiful indoors or out.
|Anthropologie’s Driftwood Birdhouse|
Lamps Plus has a Natural Driftwood Leaf Tray (update: no longer available) that would look amazing on a bedroom or living room chest filled with natural decorative balls or glass fishing floats.
|Lamps Plus Natural Driftwood Leaf Tray|
Home Decorators Collection has Driftwood Heart Wall Art ($149) that would be great decor for a girl’s room!
|Home Decorators Collection Driftwood Heart Wall Art|
Driftwood can also be found in furniture pieces such as Crate & Barrel’s Driftwood End Table ($399). I love that even though it is from a “big box” store, each piece is unique!
|Crate & Barrel’s Driftwood End Table|
At a recent trip to Home Goods, I found that they have loaded up on driftwood home decor with several driftwood items that cost less than you would find elsewhere. This guy (who is open at the top) has lots of possibilities – it could hold a large potted plant, shoes by the front door, you name it!
They also had a driftwood peace sign ($19.99)
and a driftwood butterfly ($29.99) that would be both be great for decorating girls’ rooms.
Home Goods also had this driftwood ladder that had hooks allowing it to be hung either vertically or horizontally. Love it!!
Are you also a lover of all things driftwood? As you know, the items at Home Goods differ from store to store but if you like any of these driftwood pieces, make a trip to your Home Goods to see what they have! Have a great Monday!