When I am decorating a room, I don't mind mixing in a few mass market catalog pieces. They are generally affordable and readily available, so I am always on the hunt for a piece or two that doesn't scream Pottery Barn or West Elm.
Here are a couple I spotted recently:
This Venetian mirror at Wisteria is beautiful. And less than $250. That is about 1/10 of the price of an antique version, and it has the same effect (and none of the little mirrors are broken which is so rare in the antique version).
Also at Wisteria is this fabulous gilt mirror with Moroccan lines. Once again, I cannot believe the price.
A cheetah rug functions as a stylish neutral in nearly any room. This 7'10 by 11'2 version is a substantial size and very affordably priced. The neutral colorway makes it such a versatile piece.
I have a weakness for all things equestrian-inspired, and these horsebit napkin rings from Pottery Barn are no exception! Wouldn't they be such a fabulous addition to a Fall table? Buy them fast before PB replaces them with something beaded with faux flowers.
I have the vintage version of this tub chair that belonged to my grandmother, but it's nice to find a modern version as well. If you are looking for a leather occasional chair that isn't too masculine, this is a good option.
Affordable, chic end tables are easy to find until you are looking for them. This one is a great option!
Have you spotted any good catalog finds lately?