Décor Trendspotting: Earthy Texture

Jenny Rogers

Pairing wood, glass, rope and more with neutral hues and bold blues brings the best of the great outdoors into your home.

The Blues

Pairing two pillows with a similar hue-one more casual, the other a statement-maker-adds an element of chic to a simple sofa or armchair. Find these and so much more at Relish House in Grandview. $200 large, $50 small, relishhouse.com

Unexpected Details

All in a RowNothing's as classic as a wood-and-glass combo, and nothing sets the tone for a room like a little ambient lighting. Find this tea-light holder at Touched. $48, touchedstyle.com

Versatile Value

Local artist Jesse Luketic's blown-glass tumblers are both functional-yes, you can drink out of these!-and pretty. Pot a plant or set one in the windowsill; the effect of light moving through the thin, faintly colored glass is nothing short of stunning. $20 each, elmandiron.com

Yearn-worthy Urn

Elm & Iron's glass-and-rope jar works as a vase or kitchen-counter showpiece. $40, elmandiron.com

Roses are Cream

This rosette-adorned pillow from Touched in Powell is as comfy as it is cute. $78, touchedstyle.com

Camera-ready

Have a photo you love? Do it justice by framing it in Touched's super-cool mother of pearl frame. $48, touchedstyle.com

Cozy Throw

This Thom Filicia throw blanket, found at Objects for the Home, is warm enough for winter use and sunny enough for summertime decoration. $155, objectsforthehome.com