Join AT’s Live Shopping Series, Shop Talk, for the Best Accessories Under $100 from Our Small/Cool NYC Event

published Apr 26, 2022
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wood credenza with candles, lamp, l'objets. abstract print on wall behind
Credit: Rikki Snyder

If you haven’t already heard, Apartment Therapy’s Small/Cool NYC pop-up event is happening right now, showcasing 12 of the biggest design trends brought to life by 12 different designers. One easy way to try these trends for yourself is with accessories, those little items that can instantly add texture, shapes, color, and personality into your overall space design. In the latest episode of Apartment Therapy’s live shopping series, Shop Talk, we’re highlighting some of our favorite finishing touches from the event — and the best part is they’re all under $100. Tune in on Instagram and TikTok at 1pm ET on Tuesday, April 26, to hear all about them and then shop your favorites below. Be sure to also check out our exclusive discounts from many retailers featured at the event.

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Jayson Home

Featured in designer Peti Lau's A Collector’s Eye room, this abstract face objet by Jayson Home is a modernist take on the bust trend. Crafted from cement with a matte white finish, the eye-catching sculpture adds an extra dimension to a coffee table or mantle. Through June 1, Apartment Therapy readers can save 15 percent off with code JAYSONHOME15.

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Burke Decor

This double-duty decor find, featured in designer Jordan Ferney's Happy@Home room, can be hung on a wall to add some cheer to your space and also used to serve appetizers when entertaining guests. And seriously, how cool is that rainbow design?

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HGTV’s Reno My Rental star Carmeon Hamilton is a Memphis-based interior designer known for her modern bohemian aesthetic. Her Boho Beauty room is a take on the ‘70s revival trend and includes this set of terracotta vases by 3R Studios. Display them as a trio or show each one off in different areas of your home.

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Lulu and Georgia

If you're a design-enthusiast who thrives on exploring styles, Julieta Alvarez can relate. The multi-faceted designer believes that, despite where you are in the world, you have the freedom to define your decor. In her Pastoral Charm room, she weaves together old and new items like Lulu and Georgia's vintage-inspired Monroe Velvet Round Pillow, which comes in a range of gorgeous hues and can add an instant pop of color to an accent chair or sofa.

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Jayson Home

Sourya Venumbaka's Bespoke Style room emphasizes the use of handmade pieces and personalized furnishings to foster an environment filled with character. Details like Jayson Home's resin Stark Hand Sculpture help bring the space full-circle by adding unexpected elements. Through June 1, Apartment Therapy readers can save 15 percent off with code JAYSONHOME15.