Earthy Details

Earthy Details

When it comes to creating a stylish and lived in home, it’s really all about the accessories. How little or how many, do you collect the same things over and over again or do you prefer a hodge-podge of eclectic items.

Interior designer Axel Vervoordt

There are endless ways to create amazing vignettes and chic combinations of cool and unusual moments, and we are always on the hunt for the perfect accessories to pair with our antique and custom furnishings. Occasionally we love something polished or gilded in metal, but mostly we find ourselves drawn to accessories with a raw edge.

Antique French ceramics and doors, vintage collections and eclectic decor from Big Daddy's

Our love of all things vintage has given us a taste for the patina of age, giving antique ceramics, aged wood and stone their unique qualities. We also have a bit of the collecting bug, especially for relics from that past that are no longer needed for their original purpose, but recall another time and give our interiors a feeling of history.

Vintage lockers from the 1920's and mounted stone accessories, a collection of vintage bowling pins at Big Daddy's

And of course we share the popular obsession with taxidermy, nature in its raw form is still one of the most compelling ways to tell a design story.

Blogger and interior designer Slim Paley

Vintage horn candlesticks from Big Daddy's Antiques.

Stylist Marie Olsson Nylander

We are also always searching for amazing accessories from exotic locations. Bali, Thailand, India, Morocco… There are treasures to be found all over the world. The use of bohemian and worldly touches, paired with modern interiors and classic furnishings is one of our go to styles.

From the Style Files a Swedish home inspired by Thailand and Bali

Woven mats and a hollowed out stump as an oversized planter paired with Mid-Century antiques and industrial lighting at BD Antiques

Marco Meneguzzi Design

Natural objets d’art bring with them a sense of the spiritual. The mystery of their formation and beauty is an endless source of inspiration. The patterns, textures and intricacy that occur in nature are a most stunning way to give a home soul.

Georgia O'Keeffe's home in Abiquin

Stone tray with horn detail from Big Daddy's