Owl-inspired decor ideas
1 Statues and figurines
Earthenware statues work well in outdoor spaces, solariums and more homey rooms like the den. This owl will look great in the garden or on a mantel – especially in spots where light and shadows mingle. Pier 1, $29.95.
2 Candle holders
A play on their nocturnal nature, this tea light holder is a great way to add a little ambience to a patio or den when daylight fades away. notonthehighstreet.com, $20.95.
4 Dashing dinnerware
Spice up everyday meals with these brightly coloured stoneware plates. Microwave- and dishwasher-safe, the knowing look of this wise old owl brings a little fun to the dinner table. Anthropologie, $20.40.
5 Photos and prints
Motifs are one thing, but they’re no substitute for the real thing. The monochromatic tones and the framing of this image are quite striking and will make a statement in a welcoming entryway or living room. StephsShoes on Etsy, $10.
6 Letter opener
This beautiful brass bird letter opener is a whimsical, yet refined piece for any home office. Makes a great personal statement – or a perfect gift. Horchow, $98.
7 Cookie jar
Although it’s subtle in classic white, the owl cookie jar makes an eye-catching addition to your kitchen countertop. Of course you may think twice about reaching in, under its watchful gaze! West Elm, $42.05.
8 Bedside lamp
The crystal base of this table lamp is a clever way to add a touch of owl decor to your little girl’s bedroom. Simple, yet stylish. Pottery Barn Kids, $207.41.
9 Handy hooks
Solid and sturdy, these brass hooks can make a space just a little more interesting. They’re great for hanging jewellery in the bedroom, towels in the bathroom or utensils and oven mitts in the kitchen. Anthropologie, $22.
10 Bright bedding
If your kids love owls, they’ll love this bedding full of vibrant colours on a rich chocolate backdrop and teeming with their flying friends. Sears, $39.88.