12 Ways to Add a Well-Traveled Look to Your Home (Without Boarding a Plane)

Bring a collected-over-time look to your home with handmade pieces of various styles and textures. The best part? You don't even even have to leave your sofa.

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Photo By: Photo By: Flynnside Out Productions

Photo By: Photo By: Flynnside Out Productions

Photo By: Photo By: Flynnside Out Productions

Photo By: Photo By: Flynnside Out Productions

Photo By: Photo By: Flynnside Out Productions

Photo By: Photo By: Flynnside Out Productions

Photo By: Photo By: Flynnside Out Productions

Photo By: Photo By: Flynnside Out Productions

Photo By: Photo By: Flynnside Out Productions

Photo By: Photo By: Flynnside Out Productions

Photo By: Photo By: Flynnside Out Productions

Photo By: Photo By: Flynnside Out Productions

Collected Decor Creates a Cool, Global Look

This classic midcentury modern home is decorated floor to ceiling with handmade objects and artisanal details. From textured art to woven jute rugs, organic elements add depth and character throughout the home.

Carved Wood Tables

Bring the cozy, relaxed look of Moroccan interiors into your home with carved wood tables and ottomans. With fascia detail referred to as fretwork, these beloved pieces can be grouped together for an eclectic, well-traveled look.

Applique Peacock Mirror

Bring a touch of '70s style to your home with an applique peacock mirror. These mirrors are known for their rich textures and layers of different materials.

Sculpted Wood Console

When choosing console tables for your home, there are three main categories: practical, industrial or sculptural. For an artisanal touch, stick with hand-carved woods that create an extra surface to display items and also serve double duty as sculptural art.

Hand-Spun Ceramics

Add a potter's touch inside and outside by placing low-maintenance plants into hand-spun ceramic pots. The imperfections and gradation in the clay add to the organic appeal of these creations.

Handwoven Jute Rug

Add rich, organic texture into any room with handwoven jute rugs. Available in a wide range of colors and patterns, jute rugs work beautifully with virtually any design style.

Shell Mosaic

Add a touch of Palm Beach style to your room with mosaic shell planters. Get the look by layering different types of shells onto a solid surface, then add in your favorite springtime florals.

Punched Tin

Add Eastern charm to your home with punched tin elements created by hand-punching through thin sheets of metal with a stenciled pattern. Here, a letter initial personalizes a wall and also adds a metallic touch to the space.

Hand-Stitched Beading

Common with Moroccan-style interiors, stitched bead detail adds an extra layer of visual interest to simple accessories such as pillows or lampshades.

Linen + Nail Heads

Pack a room with texture by adding linen upholstered case goods layered with orange nail-head detail. This wooden chest was covered with cut sheets of linen, then bronze nail heads were applied along the drawer fronts with a mallet.

Personalized Embroidery

Monogramming and embroidery are two traditional methods for personalizing soft goods such as pillows, robes, cloth napkins or bed linens.

String Art

Create your own handmade masterpiece with string, brass tacks and plywood. Make Your Own >>

Cast Ceramics

Cast ceramics are created from molds that allow clay or plaster to dry into a specific shape. Once dry, they are often given faux finishes for practical uses as storage bowls or vases.

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