Emerald green, deep purple, lush cobalt, saturated magenta — they're tones that immediately make you feel just a tad royal. Working in jewel colors, however, can be pretty intimidating. (Like, committing to a jade green sofa is almost as nerve-wracking as going public with a relationship on social media.) Our advice? Start out small with jewel-toned accent pieces that will add that pop of color you're looking for.
These bowls are hand-thrown in Brooklyn and inspired by an Yves Klein blue. ::Chorus of oohs and aahs::
Good thing about these lovelies? You get three in the set, and the combo of jewel tones and natural materials won't overwhelm your space.
For when you are feeling just a little bit blue.
This luxe gold pillow is definitely diva-worthy.
Did you know there's a fragrance company inspired by the legendary fashion columnist Diana Vreeland? So, surely this ruby candle must smell like success and expensive shoes.
Change it up: A new rug is the quickest way to change the overall look of a room, especially if you choose one that already vibes with the rest of your decor.
West Elm partnered with creative firm Roar + Rabbit to create this velvet swivel chair that is decidedly Mad Men-esque.
This lamp is all about context: Put it next to a Titanic poster and it's your '90s bedroom all over again. Pair it with some bohemian furnishings and succulents, and it's jewel-tone-chic.
This pillow is named for a fine wine...so drink it up.
These are almost too pretty to rest your cocktails on. (Key word being "almost.")
Add a bit of purple whimsy to a hallway with this bold bench.
Why, yes I would like to take my breakfast in bed while imagining I'm on a yacht in the south of France.
We can't say an hourglass serves much purpose (well, we don't know your situation: maybe you're often in high-stakes, high-drama situations). But having one — especially in a jewel tone — would make us think you're very, very refined. (And possibly a wizard.)