Z Gallerie accessory shopping

The best part of my job as a home stager is shopping for home accessories. I'm a natural born shopper and what better way to shop then with someone else's money? My go to place for fashionable and stylish items for the home is Z Gallerie. If you are looking to add an usual or trendy piece to your home they have wall to wall options at all price points. Finding new ways to set my table is another benefit of shopping here. Their tablescapes tend to be over the top and extravagant. Every once in awhile I will try my hand at incorporating one of their outlandish tablescapes into a doable look for my own home.

These plume feathers in the extra tall vases can actually work. They are tall enough not to obstruct the view from across the table.

Multiple vases in different metallic finishes are used as a centerpiece.

Using three vases instead of one creates instant drama in this table setting.

Selecting a smaller centerpiece for a petite table would be my choice but, having one tall slim vase can also be visually pleasing.


These chandeliers are a classically shaped but the finish an colors keep them fresh.

I'm having a moment with this nautical chandelier, every time I see it I want it, but I do not have a place for it.  Anyone looking to give their home a coastal feel without filling your home with theme-ish items this chandelier would work.

An open pendant would not take up any space visually and this update can work in contemporary and traditional homes.

This small cabinet would be perfect in an entryway.

This silver sequoia console may find its way into my own home. I've had my eye on it for quite sometime.  

Mirror furniture pieces are always chic and having them in small doses add the most bang for your buck.


There is so much to choose from when I visit Z Gallerie that it can become overwhelming to look at so many pieces. To make the process easier, I make sure to take a camera with me and snap pictures of the items that caught my eye.  I often use these images when speaking with clients about adding them to their décor. I hope these pictures and recommendations inspired you to add a little glam to your home. Now that I shared one of my happy places with you all, you guys have to give me all the details on... Where are some of your favorite places to accessory shop? What has been your biggest find? If money was not a factor where would you shop to decorate your home? I have lots of questions but YOU have the answers. Come on and share your best scores with me! Until next time Loves!

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