A decorative shelf sitter is a unique addition to your home decor. While a traditional figurine sits entirely on your shelf, a shelf sitter typically features an overhanging part—so it looks like some elegant lady just perched there to rest, or a curious cat climbed up and is peering down at his domain below.
Are you wondering where to place a shelf sitter? Here are just a few ideas:
- Wall-mount shelf
- Flat-edge shelf on a baker’s rack
- Kitchen shelf
- Entryway table
- Wall organizer
Click here to view the decorative shelf sitters featured below, as well as a variety of other styles.
May 14th is on the way! Are you struggling to find a beautiful present for Mother’s Day this year? Why not surprise your mom with a home decor gift that she’ll treasure for years to come?
Click here to view a variety of unique Mother’s Day gifts, including the items featured below.
For the book lover:
Treat her to the latest books from her favorite authors, as well as the You Are So Loved Throw Blanket. Take over some of Mom’s tasks so she can curl up beneath this throw and read to her heart’s content.
For the new mom:
Remind her that for all the chaotic moments, there are tender, quiet ones too. The Created by Love Shelf Sitter depicts a mother and father gently cradling their newborn child.
For the pet owner:
Replace that worn furniture cover with something pretty and spring-like. The Butterfly Furniture Protector has a lovely nature-inspired design. It’s snag- and soil-resistant, as well as water-repellent!
For the nature enthusiast:
Spend some time outdoors with Mom, participating in her preferred activity. Bring a little bit of nature indoors with the Magnolia Charm Accent Clock, perfect for a dresser or mantel.
Even if you can’t live like a pampered starlet from Old Hollywood, your window treatment can be just as luxe as you please! Give your favorite drapes the royal treatment with one of these elegant updates.
1) String panel or lace sheer
Hang an Austrian-style string panel or a delicate lace curtain beneath your drapes and let the sunlight filter dreamily into your boudoir.
2) Tassel tiebacks
Use tassel tiebacks to gather curtains back at the sides. Jeweled tiebacks give your window treatment an opulent touch.
3) Post- or hook-style curtain holdbacks
If you don’t have traditional fabric or tassel tiebacks, consider decorative wall-mounted holdbacks. Gather the panels behind holdback hooks or drape them over post-style holdbacks.
4) Decorative curtain rod
Replace that utilitarian curtain rod with something glitzier—like a drapery rod with faceted finials that catch the light.
Those tender shoots of grass, that brilliant yellow daffodil… Nature is reinventing itself, urging you to do the same. If you’d like your home decor to bloom in unexpected ways this spring, just try one of these fabulous color pairings!
Gray + Yellow
Sophisticated yet fresh, gray and yellow complement each other beautifully.
Beige and gray create a soothing ambience.
Buttery yellow and pale gray have a soft, classic appeal.
Click here for home decor in gray and yellow, plus variations in similar colors.
Aqua + Pink
As if picked from a fantasy garden, aqua and pink revive any space with a sense of whimsy.
Teal and crimson effuse a dreamy vintage aesthetic.
Turquoise and coral make a coastal setting pop.
Click here for home decor in aqua and pink, plus variations in similar colors.
Green + Purple
Romantic and timeless, green and purple will sweep you away to a country meadow.
Mulberry and sage radiate a dusky splendor.
Lilac and soft green have a sweet pastel charm.
Click here for home decor in green and purple, plus variations in similar colors.