Six Greenery-Inspired Accessories from Shops Around Town

Use Pantone's color of the year to look ahead to springtime.
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Last year, Pantone declared the soft shades of rose quartz and blue serenity as colors of the year. But this year, fans of the authority on color have a new shade to become inspired by: greenery. Representing new beginnings, the company describes the color as “a refreshing and revitalizing shade.”

It’s only fitting that you look ahead to springtime with earthy, refreshing shades of green. Here, find six greenery-inspired accessories from shops around town.

Photo courtesy of Mitchell Gold and Bob Williams

Photo courtesy of Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams

 1. Hiddenite Glass Sculpture

Your search for a statement piece is over. The Hiddenite Glass Sculpture from Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams creates a luminous and relaxed atmosphere. Made from rapidly cooked molten rock, the sculptures are hand-cut and hand-mounted, meaning no two pieces look the same. $409.50, Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, 142 Berkeley St., Boston, mgbwhome.com.

Photo courtesy of Room & Board

Photo courtesy of Room & Board

2. Borough Frame in Green

This color-bursting frame will add the perfect touch of green to a room in need of some color. Made from steel, the frame includes a shatterproof acrylic insert that’s secured with magnets rather than clips, making this eye-grabbing home accessory a must-have for those who insist on switching out photos often. $89, Room & Board, 375 Newbury St., Boston, roomandboard.com

Photo courtesy of Lekker Home

Photo courtesy of Lekker Home

3. Lacey Vase

Grab a fistful of white flowers to fill this funky vase. The pop of color will revive you until springtime arrives. $116, Lekker Home, 1313 Washington St., Boston, sold in-store only. 

Courtesy of Mitchell Gold and Bob Williams

Courtesy of Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams

 4. Avignon 17” x 17” Olive Pillow

Add a touch of olive to an accent chair or classic couch with this velvety pillow. It’s a stand-out piece for all four seasons. $108, Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, 142 Berkeley St., Boston, mgbwhome.com.

Photo courtesy of Simon Pearce

Photo courtesy of Simon Pearce

 5. Belmont Crackle Celedon Pitcher

Tie your kitchen counter together with this jade-colored pitcher, suitable for both cold drinks and fresh flowers. $100, Simon Pearce, 103 Newbury St., Boston, simonpearce.com.

Photo courtesy of Marimekko

Photo courtesy of Marimekko

 6. Siirtolapuutarha Plywood Tray

A well-designed room doesn’t stop at furniture. Inject some fun onto your tabletop with this decorative plywood tray. $89, Marimekko, 140 Newbury St., Boston, us.marimekko.com.


Antonia DePace Antonia DePace, Editorial Intern at Boston Magazine adepace@bostonmagazine.com


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