High & Low: Rocks

High & Low: Rocks

Nancy Mitchell
Nov 7, 2012

I love rocks. Not the shiny ones you wear on your finger, but minerals, in strange shapes and exotic colors, glittering dully in a cave behind a waterfall somewhere. I love them in the home, where their lovely texture and unusual shapes make them simultaneously luxe and modern. Here are some ideas for bringing a little natural beauty into your abode — no matter your budget.

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  1. Tigela gemstone bowls, $125 – $230, from Rablabs.

  2. Fabric-wrapped side table in Onyx from Liz O'Brien.

  3. Crystal bottle stopper, $55.00 from Vivre.

  4. Kiva stone platters, $320 – $480, from Rablabs.

  5. Petrified wood bookends, $148 from Anthropologie.

  6. Zeolite tray, $698 – $1,250, from Anthropologie.

  7. Marble stacking boxes, $95 – $140 from Lille.


  1. Stone lamp finials, $65 and $60, from Weego Home.

  2. Celestial coasters, $32.00 for a set of four, from Anthropologie.

  3. Natural sodalite gemstone knob, $7.50 from The Hob Knobery on Etsy.

  4. Agate trivets, $20 each from Leif.

  5. Pink, black and gold marbled outlet cover (also includes light switch plate), $10 from Lindsay's Lights on Etsy.

(Images: as linked above)

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