Keep This St. Patrick’s Day Decor All Year Round

Celebrate the luck of the Irish every month with these accessories.
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The green-tinted joy of St. Patrick’s Day only comes once a year, but that doesn’t mean your Irish spirit has to fade in the months to follow. Come March 18, you can put away your four-leaf clover cutouts and gold coin decorations and swap them for these home accessories that will celebrate the luck of the Irish all year round.

Here, find five accessories from Boston’s pot of home accessory gold.

Photo courtesy of Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams

Photo courtesy of Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams

1. Circle Wall Art

Forget finding the end of the rainbow. Instead, adorn your walls with this circular art that bears a striking resemblance to gold coins. $486, Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, 142 Berkeley St., Boston, mgbwhome.com.

Photo courtesy of Room & Board

Photo courtesy of Room & Board

2. Henri Boissiere, Vitesse No. 11

Put your love for the color green on display with this vibrant print, which exhibits a variety of shades. $799, Room and Board, 375 Newbury St., Boston, roomandboard.com.

Photo courtesy of Lekker Home

Photo courtesy of Lekker Home

3. Panthella Mini Table Lamp

The orangey hue of this ultra-mod lamp could stand in for the Irish tricolor. Pair with green and white accents to represent the whole flag. $338.30, Lekker Home, 1313 Washington St., Boston, lekkerhome.com.

Photo courtesy of Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams

Photo courtesy of Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams

4. Metal Knot

This Celtic knot lookalike is suited for sprucing up bookshelves and coffeetables. $90, Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, 142 Berkeley St., Boston, mgbwhome.com

Photo courtesy of Didriks

Photo courtesy of Didriks

5. Kosta Boda Green Large Organix Bowl

This beautiful green bowl is inspired by the seasons, and will keep you feeling spring-like and festive every month of the year. $150, Didriks, 190 Concord Ave., Cambridge, didriks.com.


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