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Okay, I admit, the title might be a bit of an exaggeration, but these versatile items are true workhorses of any home and help create a cozy, lived-in space.

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1. Hurricane Vase

A hurricane vase is a great addition to any room with its simple shape and delicate glass. These vases are so versatile and can be used for fresh flowers, candles, dressed up for the holidays, or even left empty to speak for themselves!

{via An Extraordinary Day}
{via An Extraordinary Day}
{via The Entertaining House}
{via The Entertaining House}

 

 

2. A Great Table Lamp

Ambient lighting is so important to creating a sense of warmth in a room. A great lamp that looks beautiful during the day and provides cozy light in the evening is a win-win for any home.  To read more about creating texture with lighting, read {this post}.

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{via Sadie and Stella}
Pottery Barn Lexington Lamp
{via Pottery Barn}

 

3. A Fabulous Accent Chair

Admittedly, I have a love of chairs, but an accent chair is more than just an additional seat when company arrives. A great chair is not only comfortable, but also tells a story about your style, personality, and taste.

{via Emily Ruddo}
{via Emily Ruddo}
{via Harlequin Studios}
{via Harlequin Studio}

 

4. A Lush Plant

I am a true believer that no room is complete without the addition of a plant. Plants – whether flowers or foliage – bring a bit of the outdoors in and add an organic feel to our homes.

Tidbits&Twine Corner Fiddle Leaf Fig

{via Emily Ruddo}
{via Emily Ruddo}

 

5. A Versatile Tray

A hard-working, versatile tray is one thing I can’t do without! Whether corralling dishes for a buffet, bringing snacks to the kids, containing decor on the coffee table, or just looking stylish in the home, a tray is one of those items from which you’ll get your money’s worth.

Tray Coffee TableTIDBITS & TWINE Kitchen 2014

 

6. A Great Basket

Like a tray, a basket’s functionality allows it to serve many different purposes, but above all, it adds texture and an organic touch to any room.

{via Pottery Barn}
{via Pottery Barn}
{Favreau Design}
{via Favreau Design}

 

 

 7. Beautiful Books

Aside from their literary function, books also create great “filler” in vignettes and work well to add height to other objects.  Plus, they can bring in color and/or texture with their covers and well-loved pages.

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{via Alidad Interiors}
{via Alidad Interiors}

 

Are there other decor items your home can’t live without?  Let me know!
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22 comments on “7 Decor Items Your Home Can’t Live Without”

  1. Yes, most definitely, especially on the books, the plants (green life, even in a long winter!), baskets, and some great prints for the wall. Also, I think that every home with kids should have a real slate blackboard in it. They’re wonderful entertainment and if you’re schooling kids at home, make a great place to work out math problems or sentence diagramming (do kids do that anymore?)

    • Marty – I fell in love with that picture with the baskets when I first saw it in the catalog and eventually, purchased one for my home. To this day, it’s still my favorite basket! :)

    • Hi Jane! The round basket is from Pottery Barn, but I saw one almost identical at HomeGoods last week for half the price (it was in the kitchen area of the store, not the decor area).

  2. Kim, as I go back and look at some of your posts, I’m struck with how much I learn from your in-depth explanations and discussion. I always learn from your details. Thanks so much for sharing.

    • HI Barbara – Thank you so much! I am so glad you are enjoying the posts and I really appreciate your reading and commenting! :)

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