20 Laser-Cut Home Accessories from Katie Anderson of Modern Eve
Laser cut-out designs have been popular in recent years for weddings and invitations. But now, designers are bringing the look home with a number of perforated and laser-cut home accessories, textiles and even furniture. The result is delicate, modern designs with a high-tech look and feel.
The intricate designs look great on a variety of home accessories. (Plus, how cool is that brass tea light holder?)
New View Metal Laser Cut Mirror at Casa.com, $72
Tea Light Holder at H&M, $4
Happy Chic by Jonathan Adler Chloe Laser-Cut Picture Frame at JCPenney, $20
Cactus! Fruit Bowl at Lumens.com, $72-155
Funky Felt Coasters at Wild Poppies, $25 for a set of four
Laser-cut pillows are a great way to add texture while staying on-trend.
Jamie Young Laser-Cut Pillows at Horchow, $275 each
Maya Laser Cut Square Toss Pillow at Bed Bath and Beyond, $40
Mosaic Laser Cut Decorative Pillow at Overstock.com, $29
Surya Pillow at RugStudio, $50-70
Cut-outs look great on lighting, too. These four lamps prove it.
Havana Table Lamp from Jonathan Adler, $195
Robert Abbey Jonathan Adler Parker Floor Torchiere at Candelabra, $617
John Richard Red Pattern Shade Table Lamp at Lamps Plus, $460
White Gloss Mini Pendant at Bellacor, $330
A laser-cut stool or side table is a great accent piece.
Brighton Cream Leather Linen Contemporary Cube Ottoman from Kathy Kuo Home, $1,564
Ginger Pepper Table from Crate & Barrel, $300
Safavieh Lattice Petal Garden Stool from Wayfair, $113
Jonathan Adler Nixon Marble & Brass End Table at Zinc Door, $995
If you’re really into this trend, invest in a larger scale piece of furniture — like a statement headboard.
Morocco Headboard from West Elm, $400-550
Burano Laser Cut Dining Arm Chairs from Frontgate, $630 for two
Euro Style Sophia Wenge Side Chair from Hayneedle, $460 for two