Geometric blue marble stuns in any setting as it offers solid support for a shelved row of books.To buy: $29, westelm.com.Featured March 2014
This trio of carved shapes can be displayed on a desk or a coffee table to add dimension to a space.To buy: $70, cb2.com.
Kids at heart will enjoy the presence of this constellation-inspired beech-wood bear. His flexible limbs can be reshaped—a fun distraction in your home office when your brain needs a mini-break.To buy: $90, gretelhome.com.
A charming ceramic take on the fruit that’s a traditional symbol of hospitality, sure to make guests feel right at home.To buy: $38, luluandgeorgia.com.
This porcelain creature lightens the mood in a formal den or on a bookshelf (and sits proudly at nearly a foot in length).To buy: $158, jonathanadler.com.
This transparent symbol reflects light beautifully while not taking up too much visual space on a shelf.To buy: $68, cwonder.com.
A great gift for design nuts, this two-inch paperweight stands out for its classic, clean lines and graphic simplicity. Also available in black matte.To buy: $116, shop.iacolimcallister.com.
A piece with form and function—it can be displayed as a sculptural objet or lend a hand in a pinch (Its graphite material can be used for writing).To buy: $88, michelevarian.com.
This wise metal bird is not only virtually indestructible, it also offers a touch of the outdoors in a modern fashion. Also available in gold.To buy: $109, lunareshome.com.
For an unexpected addition, place this glass kisser on your mantel or desk.To buy: $100, michaelcfina.com.Get Daily Finds via e-mail