Traditionally, interior design dictates one statement piece in a room so there’s no competition. These pieces evoke an emotion and draw the eye. More recently however, designers are experimenting with multiple “wow” pieces that work together. Use these examples to guide your own experiments. 

Inspiration Board: The Way to More ‘Wow’

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Kinna Chandelier uses 13 adjustable spherical glossy shades to illuminate a room with bubbly sophistication. Eclectic Home, eclectichome.net


Inspiration Board: The Way to More ‘Wow’

Handcrafted in Rajasthan, India, the geometric design of the Havi Tray recycles ethically salvaged bone. Arhaus, arhaus.com


Inspiration Board: The Way to More ‘Wow’

The hand-knotted Farida rug combines the patterns of Moroccan rugs with a calming neutral palette. Arhaus, arhaus.com


Inspiration Board: The Way to More ‘Wow’

Striped pillow, ethically and hand embroidered by artisans in Kashmir, India using local, traditional technique.  Available from Eclectic Home, eclectichome.net


Inspiration Board: The Way to More ‘Wow’

Colonial Hutch features hand-rubbed black mahogany with a veneer and brass pulls. Custom ordered from Sunday Shop, sundayshop.co


Inspiration Board: The Way to More ‘Wow’

Ruffle Console Table combines a contemporary look with texture, defined by ruffles and ribbon detailing. Three drawers hide behind the white gold leafing. Eclectic Home, eclectichome.net