Published on March 20, 2019

ICYMI: Pinterest isn’t just for inspiration anymore. The company announced earlier this month that it’s making major moves to make the site more shoppable with browsable selections of in-stock products, and we aren’t the only ones on board—so is Emily Henderson.

The ever-stylish designer recently dropped her top home picks page so fellow pinners and digital-savvy decor lovers can channel her coveted California-casual style at their own leisure. Fittingly geared for a spring refresh, Henderson’s top selects all lend themselves to a quick upgrade on a tight budget (everything rings in under $75). Not digging your entryway console? Swap out a tired trinket for a sculptural vase. Sad bookshelf have you feeling blue? A textured bowl will elevate the mood.

Here are five easy and affordable accent pieces the decorating pro is loving right now.

If you want to add height

Height variation is key to creating a curated and visually impactful vignette. Whether used to hold spring blooms or left to stand on its own, surround this flesh-toned vase with one or two smaller ceramics that promise to accentuate its tall build.

If you want to introduce soul

If your sense of style lands somewhere between modern and organic, hand-made goods will deliver the dose of personality you crave. This speckled, two-tone vase is fired twice in Hana Bui’s Tallahassee-based studio.

If you want to play with dimension

Have you ever seen a more soothing vase? This short, sweet, and sculpted Target find exudes West Coast cool with its whitewashed facade and extremely textural embellishment.

If you want to be a little edgy

Turn a shelf into a MoMa-worthy moment by parking this striking sculpture in between two stacks of books. While smooth silhouettes are enjoying a well-deserved moment in the spotlight, there’s something to be said for the sense of edginess that dark stones and rigid angles emanate.

If you want to store stuff

If an object can deliver on both form and function, you’re guaranteed to find it in our shopping carts. Henderson’s double-duty pick can be used in the kitchen to corral loose fruit on the counter or as a versatile centerpiece on the dining room table.

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