Things We Love: Obelisks

Alexa Hampton Design
It’s hard to really pinpoint a day…
Ginger Barber
But we think it all started at our first ever High Point furniture market. 

Miles Redd
There we were, browsing the Regina Andrew showroom.

Elizabeth Dinkel Design
And there they were…
Domino Magazine
The most fabulous set of crystal obelisks we had ever seen.
Holiday Boutique
Ever since, we have been hooked!
Whether a staggered set…
                                                      Nate Berkus and Anne Coyle Design
Or a matching pair,
Matchbook Mag
For anywhere that needs a little extra height and pizazz,
Tommy Smythe Design
We adore obelisks! Do you?

THURSDAY LOVES!
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Comments

  1. Yes! I love that they can be formal or casual. xo

  2. Hmm, looks great.

  3. I love obelisks! I have a pair of black marble ones, but LOVE the crystal.
    xo Nancy

  4. Talk about INSPIRING! I was so Inspired by your post that I rushed to my Staging Area, where I was prepping for a Tag Sale, and rescued my Set-of-3 Staggered Woven Cane Obelisks! I will re-think their placement in my current Décor Scheme…or at least
    up-price them for the next Savvy Owner! I consider myself a Trend Spotter, but missed on these. Thank You for pointing out their Potenital!

  5. Potential…

  6. I have never noticed them before in décor, but they are modern and classic at the same time. Nice!

  7. I have always admired them! For some unexplained reason I have never bought any? I will make a resolution of sorts to search for them ……I would love a pair!!!

  8. Those crystal obelisks are incredible, you have me hooked now.

  9. The gold obelisk is probably my favourite, I love the height they bring to a room…xv

    http://vickiarcher.com

  10. I love the Dining Room by Suzanne Kasler. I’ve never seen obelisks used that way. You’ve definitely inspired me to try something new. Thank you :-)

  11. I love Alexa Hampton, and crystal obelisks are always a beautiful accessory throughout a home!

  12. You are right, the crystal obelisks are fabulous! I have a few in my own home and now from your photos have seen a few new ways to display them!

    I hope you have a great day!

  13. Wow, I love this so much! <3

    Great pictures and so much inspiration for home deco! :)

    xoxo
    http://www.SarandaAdriana.com

  14. Love them. I’m going to look for some. Thanks for the inspiration.

  15. You know, I’ve never given them a second thought. And now that you pointed them out I’m dying to get a pair! One more thing to add to the list ;)

  16. They are the best go to accessory!! The mix with traditional, modern, eclectic.. they are great!
    Best,
    Karolyn

  17. I adore them, too!!!! But, don’t have a single one. Every time I come across one I like I’m suffering from buyer’s guilt for some other purchase. I just need to put it on my Christmas list…my husband might be confused, but he’d enjoy them too!

    Hope all is well down South!
    xoxo Elizabeth

  18. Truly lovely and classic chic all the way! Don’t have one in my home yet, but when I find the right one for sure!

  19. I love them! What a beautiful post!!

    XOXO,
    The Glam Pad

  20. Love the look….very elegant and a perfect addition to any vignette. That Miles Redd picture is amazing!

  21. It’s one of those accessories that add so much in a subtle way. I especially like the concrete on outdoors, all green with moss.
    Karen

  22. crystal obelisks-the best! Thanks for stopping by my blog. xxpeggybraswelldesign.com

  23. My parents bought a beautiful coppery gold obelisk from the Murano glass factory in Venice when we were on holiday there when I was a teenager. I remembered thinking it was a really odd thing to buy and couldn’t see the appeal. Now of course I can appreciate their taste and style.

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