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Make Your Home a Museum with Local Sculptural Decor

Break the mold with artfully shaped accessories that embody form and function.
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Elizabeth Lavin

Organic modern is giving a new, earthier lease on life to modern style. Warm tones, natural elements, and curves and textures bring refreshed interest, an art museum aesthetic, and a softer point of entry to previously stale, sterile spaces. And it isn’t too hard to transform your boxy living room—a new vase, potpourri bowl, or side table can do the trick. Check out these 11 local pieces below for inspiration.

And if you need more inspiring: Through April 21, stop by the Nasher Sculpture Center to view 24 plaster and bronze sculptures by 20th-century sculptor Jean Arp, whose organic forms helped pioneer the Dada movement.

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Sputnik Modern

Pierre Paulin for Artifort “Ribbon” Chair and Ottoman, $12,000 at Sputnik modern

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Garde

Re Jin Lee “Victoria” sculpture, $1,500 at Garde

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Holly Hunt

“Ripple” side table, to the trade at Holly Hunt

“Even the mundane, like a side table, can be a showstopper. Just make sure to pair it with a chair that takes a visual backseat.”

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Baker

“Paros Spot” table, $2,697 at Baker

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Grange Hall

Amen candles “Hikari light” sculpture, $2,500 at Grange Hall

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Garde

Agnes studio “Altar” console table, $12,000 at Garde

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Laura Lee Clark

Shagreen and pen shell nesting tables, $3,820 at Laura Lee Clark

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Madison

Misette “squiggle” cutlery set, $175 at Madison

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Heather Essian

Heather Essian “Hollis” plaster chair, $2,500 at Heather Essian

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Holly Hunt

“Kho” sculptures, to the trade at Holly Hunt

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The Conservatory

RBOW Raw Crafts Ceramic PotPourri holder, $150, The Conservatory

 “This potpourri vessel will delight your nose and your eyes at the same time.”

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