Intricate inlaid furniture and home accents are lovely complements to a bevy of decor styles, from global chic to modern and sleek. Whether the material is actual bone (by-products of the food industry), mother of pearl or resin placed in a small accessory or a statement-making dresser, you can’t go wrong with an accent piece made using the centuries-old technique of surface inlay.
1. Indigo chevron wall mirror made with bone and glass, $495, at Camelion Design Pictured above (Ballard, 5330 Ballard Ave. NW; 206.783.7125; cameliondesign.com)
2. Brass fish candleholder inlaid with abalone, $198, at Jonathan Adler (University Village; 206.525.0930; jonathanadler.com)
3. Paisley inlay dresser, made of bone and mango wood, $1,098, at Anthropologie.com
4. Fern inlay dining chair of mango wood and bone, $598, at Anthropologie.com
5. Herringbone coasters, made of bone, $39 for set of four, at West Elm (South Lake Union, 2201 Westlake, No. 100; 206.467.5798; westelm.com)
6. Black and white vertical-stripe picture frame with bone inlay, $46.50 for a 5 x 7-inch frame, at GR Home (Ravenna, 4520 Union Bay Place NE; 206.523.1882; gr-homeseattle.com)
7. Mirasol mosaic resin-inlay boxes, $67.50–$98, at Camelion Design (Ballard, 5330 Ballard Ave. NW; 206.783.7125; cameliondesign.com