A Little Accessorizing in the New Year

January 11, 2016

Part of the beauty in being a designer is that it transcends the boundaries of just interiors and spaces. At Source Interior Designs, I like to carry a little bit of everything that interests me. We always have a selection of original art, different objects I find interesting for gifts, and jewelry that I think fits the aesthetic of our store. Earlier this year, we found a wonderful designer that makes beautiful horn jewelry out of responsible sourced horn and bone. I have always had a love for horn jewelry- the variations and textures of each piece are so unique and beautiful. Here are a few pieces from the collection that we have available here:

 

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I absolutely adore this selection of bracelets. Each one is so different, yet similar in the use of horn and other natural elements. I wanted to have a range of different options for our clients, from pieces that are able to be worn everyday to a piece that makes more of a statement. 

 

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I wanted our selection of necklaces to do the same as the bracelets: be versatile. As some ladies prefer to wear necklaces at a shorter length, we have two know that will work like that and we have two that can be double draped.

 

All of these pieces came out beautifully and we are so happy to offer these to our clients here at Source. Happy New Years, everyone!

 

Until next time, 

 

Evie

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